Start your fall quarter with free online training sessions hosted by American Psychological Association (APA)!
Who can attend? Anyone who’s interested in learning how to use APA databases. The strategies covered for APA PsycInfo also apply to finding full-text content in APA PsycArticles and APA PsycBooks.
APA PsycInfo Basic Search
Thursday, October 13, at 2 p.m. * (The registration link opens in a new window)
This 25-minute webinar recording shows how to use APA PsycInfo to target your search of the behavioral sciences literature. Appropriate for students new to database searching and faculty, researchers, and professionals who want to hone their research skills.
APA PsycInfo Advanced Search
Thursday, October 20, at 2 p.m. * (The registration link opens in a new window)
Expand your search expertise with this 30-minute session that builds upon content presented in the APA PsycInfo Basic Search webinar. This webinar includes a search demonstrations using the APA Thesaurus, Cited References, Tests & Measures, and more.
Beyond Subject Searching on APA PsycInfo
Wednesday, October 26, at 2 p.m. * (The registration link opens in a new window)
Use APA PsycInfo to do a lot more than finding journal articles! This 45-minute session builds upon your use of basic search strategies for APA PsycInfo. Learn how to find institutions where research on your topic is happening; discover prospective journals for publishing research; explore grants and sponsors that have funded related research; search for information about tests and measures used in the literature; and expand your research expertise with background information about APA PsycInfo search fields and database record structure.
* All scheduled times are Eastern (US and Canada). Convert the event time to your time zone on the registration page.
After registering, you’ll receive a Zoom confirmation email with details about how to join the webinar.
Can’t attend a scheduled session? View a recording on APA YouTube channel whenever it’s convenient for you.
Need some assistance? Contact your reference librarians.