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Upcoming Workshops at the University Libraries

Contributed by: Laura MacLeod Mulligan
Published: Monday, 27 January 2014 10:00 AM
Join us for these upcoming workshops from the University Libraries!


Thesis Research in a Nutshell
These workshops are packed with advice about the research process. Learn about tools and strategies that will help you compile sources for your literature review. (Please note: Sessions in February are tailored specifically to graduate students in the College of Architecture & Planning.)
  • Tuesday, January 28, 5-5:50 p.m., BL 225. Register online
  • Tuesday, February 4, 12-12:50 p.m., Architecture Library (CAP session). Register online
  • Wednesday, February 5, 5-5:50 p.m., Architecture Library (CAP session). Register online

Google Scholar for Research
Join us for a discussion of the ins and outs of Google Scholar. Learn some search features and techniques and find out how Scholar works in concert with OneSearch and other resources from the University Libraries.

Finding Funding for Faculty: Identifying Sources
University Libraries and the Sponsored Programs Office (SPO) are combining forces to assist faculty in finding funding sources for their research and creative activity agendas. SPO's Jessie Roark will give a tutorial on COS Pivot, the largest funding opportunity and researcher expertise database, as well as other resources SPO has to offer. You will also learn about Web of Science, a powerful database helpful in crafting necessary literature reviews for grant proposals.

Find Your Internship Opportunity (F. Y. I. O.)
If you need to build your resume, try an internship. Come to this free workshop (in conjunction with the Career Center) to learn about valuable online resources to help you connect with internship opportunities and put all the pieces together in your search.

Need a J-O-B?
If finding a job and connecting with employers is on your mind, this is the workshop for you. Even if you haven't started writing that resume, come to this free session (in conjunction with the Career Center) to learn about online resources for researching potential companies, finding job ads, preparing for interviews, and more.


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