Instructional Faculty at the Georgia Tech Library teach more than 100 free, drop-in classes a year on professional technologies, software and scholarly resources to support your students and your research.
We offer hands on workshops that train users on tools such as Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator), iMovie, CMS (Wordpress,) and a variety of tools for showcasing research or course projects. Topics include: Video editing, Audio editing, Web Design, Infographics and Visual or Print Design. Learn more about Multimedia workshop content.
Multimedia: Contact Alison Valk
We offer workshops on software tools for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations and references. EndNote software for Windows and Macintosh is available to the Georgia Tech community, as part of your GT Technology Fee. Mendeley and Zotero are free tools available for download online.
Arts & Making
The Georgia Tech Library offers unique artistic workshops and programming that encourage creative expression and making. In addition to our Tech’s Tactile Thursdays, smArt - Scholars Making Art and the Artist in Residence program, the Library frequently collaborates with campus partners such as the Paper Museum, the Office of the Arts, and community artists to enrich the campus experience.
Archives & Special Collections
Engage with archival collections related to textile mills, architecture in Atlanta and the Southeast, retro-computing and web archiving, science fiction, the history of science and technology, Georgia Tech's institutional history and contextual development, rare books from the 17th through 20th centuries related to the early sciences and social sciences, and more. Learn more about Archives & Special Collections.
Course Integrated Instruction
Georgia Tech librarians teach more than 250 course-integrated workshops a year, touching nearly 6,000 students, faculty and staff. Librarians can lead tailored, course-specific workshops for students, by instructor request. Librarians also offer custom workshops for departments or research groups.
These workshops should be scheduled in advance and can be integrated into course syllabi or class projects when necessary.
Classes take place on the 2nd floor of the Library, room 2130 and or in the basement classroom, unless otherwise specified. The Library classroom (room 2130) is equipped with 45 computer stations that run both Mac and PC environments. They provide access to the Adobe Creative Suite, EndNote and iMovie, R, Plotly, Vantage Point and more.
Our subject experts are always available to enrich your teaching and learning needs.