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Workshops and Events

This is a list of all of the workshops and events currently scheduled at both the Des Plaines campus library and the Skokie campus library.

For more detailed information on our Got Research? workshops, visit our Got Research? page.



Library Events


03/04/2015 - Moving Targets: Lives and Legacies of Emmett Till, Trayvon Martin, and Mike Brown
Keep your hands out of your pockets. Speak in a non-aggressive tone. The lives of African-American males are at risk every day. Angelyn Anderson, lecturer and student advisor, examines race relations in America, and how community dialogue can help. This event is sponsored by Oakton Community College Library as part of Voices of Race for Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township.

03/04/2015 - Biology: Anatomy & Physiology - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the anatomy and physiology information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/05/2015 - Biology: Anatomy & Physiology - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the anatomy and physiology information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/10/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/12/2015 - 'The Pact: Three Young Men Make a Promise and Fufill a Dream' Book Discussion
Join us for a book discussion about "The Pact." Book description: Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt grew up in Newark, facing temptations, pitfalls, even jail. But they made a promise that they would all become doctors. "The Pact," written by these men and Lisa Frazier Page, traces this difficult journey. This event is sponsored by Oakton Community College Library as part of Voices of Race for Coming Together in Skokie and Niles Township.

03/12/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/24/2015 - Cite It Right - Got Research? Library Workshop
This library workshop will teach you how to identify the relevant information needed for a citation and how to write the citation. Various citation formats will be discussed.

03/25/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/25/2015 - Cite It Right - Got Research? Library Workshop
This library workshop will teach you how to identify the relevant information needed for a citation and how to write the citation. Various citation formats will be discussed.

03/25/2015 - Oakton Reads Jewish Literature
Join Benjamin Goluboff, associate professor of English and winner of the "Great Teacher Award" at Lake Forest College, as he discusses the book "Suddenly in the Depths of the Forest" by Amos Oz, part of a five-part series on the theme "Israeli Authors." Class Sessions are comprised of readings, lectures and engaging group discussions. Register at Alliance for Lifelong Learning.

03/28/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/28/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/30/2015 - Biology: Anatomy & Physiology - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the anatomy and physiology information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

03/31/2015 - Biology: Anatomy & Physiology - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the anatomy and physiology information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

04/01/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

04/04/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

04/09/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

04/15/2015 - Oakton Reads Jewish Literature
Join Benjamin Goluboff, associate professor of English and winner of the "Great Teacher Award" at Lake Forest College, as he discusses the book "Friendly Fire: A Duet" by A.B. Yehoshua, part of a five-part series on the theme "Israeli Authors." Class Sessions are comprised of readings, lectures and engaging group discussions. Register at Alliance for Lifelong Learning.

04/17/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

04/21/2015 - Got Research? Library Workshop
Learn at this library workshop how to find the following information for your research online: reliable online sources, books and articles on your topic, and citation help.

Library Hours

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Spring Hours
Mon - Thu: 7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Sat: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Sun: Closed
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