Learning Commons Workshops

The Learning Commons hosts a variety of workshops and programs designed to support and inspire you on your learning, research, and creative journeys. Led by Learning Commons’ partners, sessions are scheduled throughout the semester. Current offerings will be posted as soon as they’re available. If you’d like to suggest a workshop topic, please send a note to: learningcommons@miami.edu.

Camner Center for Academic Resources Workshops

The Camner Center workshops are designed to instruct students on specific academic skills and strategies to enhance  academic performance.  Topics often include:

  • Time management and organization
  • Note-taking
  • Reading strategies
  • Test-taking strategies

Learn more and register to attend:  Spring 2022 Academic Workshops

Creative Studio – Workshops & Lectures

The UML Creative Studio presents makerspace-themed workshops in audio, 3D, animation, graphic design, academic lectures, and more.  Additional virtual workshops are being offered through the Southeastern Multimedia Libraries community.  Topics include:

  • Presentation skills
  • Graphic design
  • Extended reality (XR/VR/AR)

Learn more and register to attend:  Spring 2022 Creative Studio Workshops and Lectures

Data & Visualization Services Workshops

Data & Visualization Services at the University of Miami Libraries offers a “Data Analytics for You” workshop series every semester. This series of seminars and workshops is designed for students, staff, and faculty who are undertaking research in any discipline.  Topics include:

  • Data Analysis Software Instruction (R, SPSS, SAS, and Tableau)
  • Research Data Management
  • GIS Software Instruction: Introduction to ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Pro

Learn more and register to attend:  Spring 2022 Data Analytics for You Workshops

Technology Assistance Program (TAP) Workshops

The University of Miami’s Technology Assistance Program (TAP) offers a variety of workshops within the Learning Commons that enhance the existing academic services at the Richter Library by bridging the gap between academics and technology through guided consultations and workshops.  Topics include:

  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft PowerPoint

Learn more and register to attend:  Spring 2022 Technology Assistance Program Workshops