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LARC 124

Presenting your work in the form of a poster has been a standard format at conferences and is now becoming more common with colleges and universities offering their own to students. Presenting your work as a poster is a valuable…

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St. Charles, LARC 124

Need help keeping all your references straight?  Come to our RefWorks Workshop to learn about this great tool for managing your sources and citations, which will help make writing papers easier, theses, or dissertations easier…

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St. Charles - LARC 124 Located to the left of the main desk.

Presenting at an academic conference is an essential  part of a researcher’s life. In order to make a successful conference presentation, knowing your research paper in its entirety is not enough. You must also be well-prepared…

Campus Events, Academic Calendar, Writing Center

Library and Academic Resources Center (LARC)

The Gateway Writing Centers Association will host a local conference for St. Louis and Metro East writing centers titled “Gateway to Collaboration.” Andrea Lunsford makes the claim that we should “embrace the idea of writing…

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St. Charles - LARC 322

The Basics workshop is a two-hour workshop that provides a basic level introduction to Photoshop, including file creation, tool basics, workflow, and output options. The workshop aims to familiarize students who have never worked…

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LARC 015 - Mary E. Ambler Archives

Have you ever wondered what was the best way to preserve your papers, photos, and objects so that they are around for another 50, or 100 years from now?  Come by the archives, and University Archivist, Paul Huffman, will give…

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St. Charles, LARC 368 - Media and Gaming Lab

Attendees will become familiar with the basics of beat creation using Logic Pro on MAC by hands-on training.

Lindenwood University
209 S. Kingshighway
St. Charles, MO 63301