25 Sep 2017

Master the Search Monster: Google

If you’re going to use Google, use it better! This session will show you how to find valuable resources available through Google's lesser-known research tools.

Location
Research and Information Lab (room 204)

10 Oct 2017

Hit the Ground Running:Company Research for First-Year Graduate Students

Though you may not be ready to look for jobs yet, start preparing now for the day you will be. Learn how you can use Library and internet resources to find data, reports, news, and more on the jobs, companies…

Location
Bissinger

18 Oct 2017

Graduate Student Thesis/Dissertation Formatting and Submission

For graduate and doctoral students working on a thesis or dissertation, this workshop will provide details about formatting and submission standards required by the Library. The process of submitting a…

Location
Research and Information Lab (room 204)

24 Oct 2017

Getting to Know Your Future Employer: Company Research for Active Job Seekers

When you’re ready to apply for a job, the best preparation is research. Bring a job listing you actively want to apply for and we’ll delve deep into Library and internet resources to learn as much…

Location
Bissinger (time TBD)

25 Oct 2017

Open Access and Scholarly Communication

Scholarly communication refers to the many ways scholars communicate with each other, which include articles, conferences, blogs, Twitter, and much more. We'll discuss the latest news in scholarly publishing…

Location
Research and Information Lab (room 204)

30 Oct 2017

Image Searching and Citation

A research paper, presentation or poster looks better with nice graphics and photos. Luckily, the Internet has a plethora of images to save and use. But beware, visual media carry copyright protections…

Location
Research and Information Lab (room 204)

8 Nov 2017

Citation Management Tools: Zotero

Your bibliography begins as soon as you've cited an article and assembling it is an ongoing part of your writing process. This session will cover Zotero, an open source citation manager, and how to make…

Location
Research and Information Lab (room 204)

14 Nov 2017

Researching Academic Institutions for Doctoral Job Seekers

The academic job search is different than non-academic, but one thing is the same: the more you know about the job you want, the better prepared you’ll be to apply for it. Learn how to use Library databases…

Location
Bissinger (time TBD)