Librarians at Lunchtime Workshop Series

Librarians at Lunchtime Workshop Series: Technology Toolkit Join us every other Thursday at 12 p.m. in Room 501.

The Librarians at  Lunchtime Workshop Series is a free program of workshops available to all JCHS students, faculty, and staff. Each series explores a range of subjects that contributes to academic success at JCHS. The Workshops are held every other Thursday from 12 - 1 p.m. in CRCH Room 501 with FREE lunch provided for the first 10 student attendees!

For more information about Librarians at Lunchtime Workshops, please contact Jamie Price (jbprice1@jchs.edu, (540) 224-4894) or Courtney Miller (cnmiller1@jchs.edu, (540) 985-8511).

Technology Toolkit Workshops

1/30  Advanced Google
Need a picture for your presentation? Or maybe a study aid for anatomy? Learn how to use Advance Search, Images, and how to find really specific items with Google.

2/20  BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
Smartphones, tablets, and laptops - Oh my! Bring your device to this hands-on workshop and share your favorite apps and free tools. We've got some tools and tricks up our sleeves that will help make your studies and your life easier. Workshop webpage: libguides.jchs.edu/byod

2/27  Screen to Screen
Have you ever found the perfect picture online, but don't know how to get it? Learn about free programs and easy techniques to capture screenshots and edit the results.

3/13  Medicine on the Go
Mobile apps save you time by connecting you to the information you need. Learn about apps for EBP research, drug dosage information, clinical calculators, and even Blackboard.

3/27  Quiet on the Set!
Need to make a video? Learn the tips, tricks, and strategies to make the best video and embed it into PowerPoint, Prezi, or just to show for fun!

4/10  Presentation Magic!
Learn different presentation techniques, tools, and programs to keep yourself calm, cool, and collected and keep your audience interested in what you have to say!

4/24  Head in "the Cloud"
There's a lot of talk about "cloud storage" these days - but what is it? Learn about popular programs such as Dropbox, Drive, and iCloud and how they can help you access your stuff anywhere, anytime!

Faculty Information

Please consider encouraging your students to attend workshops, particularly those related to skills students could use in order to be successful in your classes. Attendance is taken at all workshops, and students are given attendance passes to verify that they were present. Please let us know if you have questions about this semester's topics or ideas for future workshops!