In order to teach students, faculty and staff information literacy skills at the Moreno Valley College, the library offers workshops on a variety of information literacy topics that are open to anyone on a first-come, first-served basis.

Faculty may provide students with proof of workshop attendance that the library faculty will sign for the student; however, library faculty will not provide this proof of attendance.

Students, faculty, and staff may request a workshop on a specific topic to be incorporated into the workshop rotation. Any requested workshop requires a minimum of 2 weeks' notice.


Register for Library Workshops Online

Add your student information and choose a workshop below for a description and list of meeting times. All workshops are free, but attendance is first come, first served. Space in a workshop for an entire class cannot be guaranteed.

All workshops are held in Library Building (LIB), Room 241 (see campus map).



Workshop Descriptions and Meeting Times

Want to know more about available workshops and when they'll be held? Click on a workshop title below.

Library Basics

Finding Newspaper Articles

Researching your argumentative essay

Finding and Using E-books

MLA/APA in library databases

Using the Web for Research

Scholarly Journals

Specialized Databases (Films, Music, Reference sources, etcetera)

Become a Wizard with Microsoft Word

CTE Resources