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Events & Classes

The Z. Smith Reynolds Library features a variety of events and classes. The library often partners with other units on campus to offer these programs. For more information, contact the library. Below is a list of upcoming events and classes.

  • ZSR Library, Room 476
    Whether you're just curious about how Zotero can simplify your research and writing workflow, or you're a seasoned Zotero veteran and interested in new and advanced features, drop into one of these summer workshops to get the help you need.Try Zotero for the first time, troubleshoot a nagging citation issue, practice saving and citing sources, or import your library from another reference management tool--you set the agenda. Drop in at any time, no need to stick around. Can't make one of our July workshops?Email Kyle to set up a one-on-one session: denlinkd@wfu.edu
  • ZSR Library, Room 476
    Whether you're just curious about how Zotero can simplify your research and writing workflow, or you're a seasoned Zotero veteran and interested in new and advanced features, drop into one of these summer workshops to get the help you need.Try Zotero for the first time, troubleshoot a nagging citation issue, practice saving and citing sources, or import your library from another reference management tool--you set the agenda. Drop in at any time, no need to stick around. Can't make one of our July workshops?Email Kyle to set up a one-on-one session: denlinkd@wfu.edu
  • ZSR Library, Room 476
    Whether you're just curious about how Zotero can simplify your research and writing workflow, or you're a seasoned Zotero veteran and interested in new and advanced features, drop into one of these summer workshops to get the help you need.Try Zotero for the first time, troubleshoot a nagging citation issue, practice saving and citing sources, or import your library from another reference management tool--you set the agenda. Drop in at any time, no need to stick around. Can't make one of our July workshops?Email Kyle to set up a one-on-one session: denlinkd@wfu.edu
  • ZSR Library, Library Auditorium (Room 404)
    With the unfortunate increase in active shooter events, various law enfrocement agencies, including FBI and Department of Homeland Security, have taken steps to help educate the public on how to increase their chances for survival if faced with an active shooter event or any other type work place violence incident. This effort can be accomplished through the RUN, HIDE, FIGHT Training.This class will provide you with critical guidance on how to recognize and survive an active shooter situation. Most people never expect to encounter such a situation but, as indicated by recent events on other college campuses, it has occurred and being prepared is key. This class stresses awareness, preparation, and rehearsal which are the keys to safety.PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event. Use the "Register" link on this page.
  • ZSR Library, Library Auditorium (Room 404)
    With the unfortunate increase in active shooter events, various law enforcement agencies, including FBI and Department of Homeland Security, have taken steps to help educate the public on how to increase their chances for survival if faced with an active shooter event or any other type work place violence incident. This effort can be accomplished through the RUN, HIDE, FIGHT Training.This class will provide you with critical guidance on how to recognize and survive an active shooter situation. Most people never expect to encounter such a situation but, as indicated by recent events on other college campuses, it has occurred and being prepared is key. This class stresses awareness, preparation, and rehearsal which are the keys to safety. PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event. Use the "Register" link on this page.
  • ZSR Library, Room 204
    The LMS Team invites you to stop by for this introduction to Lessons, often used by faculty creating Flipped Classrooms. This workshop is suitable for faculty who have previously used Sakai and are comfortable with navigating the system. Sakai Lessons allows you to create structured units of learning containing multiple pages and subpages for arrangement and delivery of content organized by lesson.Each individual lesson you create may be assigned a starting date, hiding the lesson until it has been assigned to students. Sakai 10 includes additional tools within Lessons: polls, student-generated content with rubric grading and peer review, gradable comments, and embedded videos. Skill Level: This workshop is suitable for faculty who have previously used Sakai and are comfortable with navigating the system. If you are a new faculty to Wake Forest, and you are an experienced user of other LMSs, please attend the Introduction to Sakai workshop prior to arriving. See our list of Sakai offerings for more information.PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event. Use the "Register" link on this page.
  • ZSR Library, Room 204
    The LMS Team invites you to stop by for this introduction to Lessons, often used by faculty creating Flipped Classrooms. This workshop is suitable for faculty who have previously used Sakai and are comfortable with navigating the system.Sakai Lessons allows you to create structured units of learning containing multiple pages and subpages for arrangement and delivery of content organized by lesson. Each individual lesson you create may be assigned a starting date, hiding the lesson until it has been assigned to students. Sakai 10 includes additional tools within Lessons: polls, student-generated content with rubric grading and peer review, gradable comments, and embedded videos. Skill Level: This workshop is suitable for faculty who have previously used Sakai and are comfortable with navigating the system.If you are a new faculty to Wake Forest, and you are an experienced user of other LMSs, please attend the Introduction to Sakai workshop prior to arriving.See our list of Sakai offerings for more information.PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event. Use the "Register" link on this page.
  • ZSR Library, Room 204
    The LMS Team invites you to stop by for this introduction to Lessons, often used by faculty creating Flipped Classrooms. This workshop is suitable for faculty who have previously used Sakai and are comfortable with navigating the system.Sakai Lessons allows you to create structured units of learning containing multiple pages and subpages for arrangement and delivery of content organized by lesson. Each individual lesson you create may be assigned a starting date, hiding the lesson until it has been assigned to students. Sakai 10 includes additional tools within Lessons: polls, student-generated content with rubric grading and peer review, gradable comments, and embedded videos. Skill Level: This workshop is suitable for faculty who have previously used Sakai and are comfortable with navigating the system.If you are a new faculty to Wake Forest, and you are an experienced user of other LMSs, please attend the Introduction to Sakai workshop prior to arriving.See our list of Sakai offerings for more information.PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event. Use the "Register" link on this page.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 336-758-5475.