Libraries Offer Virtual Orientation Sessions for Graduate Students to Learn about Services

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UGA graduate students can meet their subject specialist librarian and learn more about resources and services that can aid in the academic journey through virtual orientation sessions offered this August.

UGA Libraries’ research and instruction librarians will conduct sessions via Zoom beginning Monday, Aug. 17. The one-hour orientations will introduce students to offerings, including citation managers, and teach how to search databases.

Sessions are divided into area of study. Dates and registration information can be found at

The Libraries will also host two virtual workshops to help graduate students learn about the citation software EndNote, which is offered by the Libraries and can help researchers organize notes and create accurate citations.

A session for Mac users is scheduled for Sept. 1 and a session for the PC version will be held Oct. 7.

For more information and to register, go to