Each semester, a series of three workshops (the Library Research Skills class, the Study Skills Workshop, & the APA Referencing Style Screencast/Slides Series for Psychology Students) are offered that may be required by your PSYC 100 and PSYC 101 instructor as 4th Hour activities and assignments. The in-person workshop times (if any) will be available from your instructor. There are also on-line alternatives.
are library moodle classes (Level 1 and Level 2) to show you how to
find and access acceptable research sources for your psychology essays
and reports. They are designed specifically for you to find scholarly sources in
psychology that are trustworthy and credible for your psychology
courses. Work through the appropriate Level for your 100 or 101 class
for your 4th hour assignment marks.
The Psychology Study Skills workshops are now on-line as well. Alison Parry’s YouTube Videos on Study Skills can be found at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3A0YzSqN1gzsMFIHAxbpJQ?feature=em-share_playlist_user
Your instructor may have an associated assignment for you to do to show you watched the video.
APA Style is the referencing style you must use in your psychology essays and reports. The APA workshop is available
as a screencast; you can access it from here or from your course moodle
site. Your instructor may have the Slides available on their moodle
site. You can find the information from the APA workshop on the Quick Guide to APA Style in a handout based on the workshop slides. Your instructor may have an associated assignment for you to do to show you understand APA Referencing Style.
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