Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Central Reading Room, Lab A
This workshop is designed to help students learn the basic research skills needed to meet the requirements for their ITS 101 Innovation Project. Students will be introduced to various resources that will help in their research to provide background on ways that technology can be used to solve the need they wish to address and why it is worth solving. They will learn how to cite properly in MLA.
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