Registration Form - Library Access for Nonprofits
Thank you for your interest in this workshop for regional nonprofits, offered by Appalachian State University Libraries! Please complete this form so that we may prepare workshop content to meet your needs and interests. 
  • Lunch as well as morning and afternoon refreshments will be provided. 
  • Passes for on-campus parking will be provided. 
  • After we receive your registration form, we will contact you about your dietary needs for lunch and refreshments as well as any accommodations. We want to ensure that participants have a rewarding experience and are able to participate with ease. Please let us know how we can accommodate your needs with regard to accessibility, mobility, or any other issues.
  • You are welcome to bring your own laptop. However, if you need a laptop, please let us know, and we will be happy to provide one for you.
  • Before the workshop, we will provide participants with parking passes, directions to campus, and other workshop details.
  • The workshop will be held in room 421 of Belk Library and Information Commons on the campus of Appalachian State University. 
  • Registration is limited to 20 participants.
Contact Appalachian State University Metadata Librarian Ashlea Green,, if you have questions or need assistance with registration. 

We look forward to seeing you on June 24, 2024!

Email *
What is your first and last name? *
What is your phone number? (to reach you in the event of last-minute room changes, workshop cancellation, etc.)
Emergency Contact - Name and phone number
What is the name of your nonprofit organization? *
In a nutshell, what does your organization do?
Does your organization have a need to access research such as journal articles, data, case studies, etc.? If so, for what purposes?
What would you like to learn or gain from this workshop at Appalachian State University Libraries? (Check all that apply.)
How comfortable are you with creating keywords for finding resources?
How comfortable are you with using the following to find resources (articles, data/statistics, case studies, etc) you need to support your work:
Very uncomfortable
Not comfortable
Not sure/not applicable. I’ve never used this tool for research.
Very comfortable
Search engines, such as Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, etc.
Google Scholar
Library databases
Scholarly/research journals
Governmental websites and reports
Other resources
Have you searched for resources, such as journal articles, data, case studies, government reports, etc. in the past? If so, how and where?
What do you find most difficult about locating resources, such as articles, data/statistics, case studies, government reports, etc.?
Are there other library skills or resources you would like to learn about during the workshop? 
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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