Instructors: We can deliver a workshop tailored to your class's needs and schedule.
Prefer one-on-one help?
- For help with resources and search strategies, contact your subject specialist.
- For help with technology, contact a MaxxSouth Digital Media Center staff member.
- For help with formatting your thesis or dissertation, contact the Graduate Student Center / Thesis and Dissertation Office.
About our workshops
Technology workshops Presented by the MaxxSouth Digital Media Center
- Adobe Creative Cloud (including Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop)
- Microsoft Office (including Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, and Excel)
- Audio/Video Editing Software (Audition, Premiere Pro)
- Makerspace Technology (including 3D printing, vinyl cutting, and laser cutting/engraving)
Research and writing workshops Presented by Research, Instruction, and Outreach
- Research tools and methods
- Citation management
- Open access
- Authors' rights
- Image use and citation
- Online presence
- Academic integrity (in conjunction with the Division of Student Affairs)
Graduate student workshops Presented by Graduate Student Services
Workshops on research, scholarship, and academic integrity issues for graduate students and faculty, including:
- Survival Skills for Graduate Students
- The Practical Professor
Thesis and dissertation formatting workshops Presented by Graduate Student Center / Thesis and Dissertation Office
Workshops that provide hands-on experience with thesis/dissertation formatting and submission, including:
- Conversion to .pdf
- Using templates
- Formatting tables, figures, and equations
Archives and Special Collections workshops Presented by Archives and Special Collections
- Conducting research in Archives and Special Collections
- Teaching with primary sources
- Overview of subject-specific collections (University Archives, Architecture, Civil Rights, Women’s History, African-American history, etc)
- The Lantern Project (legal records of enslaved persons from Mississippi and Alabama)
- Genealogy and family research