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A comprehensive literature review begins with a comprehensive search of the available research. This session will help you to identify various research resources and tips to help effectively search and organize your research.
|Thursday||Jan. 16, 2020||3-4 pm|
Tri-agency funders and scientific publishers are increasingly requiring that researchers manage and share their research data. In this session you will learn about new research data management and sharing requirements and develop strategies to apply data management best practices, including establishing a data management plan, organizing your research data, identifying the best data storage options, and sharing your research data.
|Monday||Jan. 27, 2020||3-4 pm|
Increasingly, graduate students are expected to publish. In this workshop, we will examine different reasons for publishing; how to go about finding publishers in your field; and important considerations at various points in the publishing process.
|Tuesday||Jan. 28, 2020||1-1:50 pm|
|Monday||Feb. 3, 2020||4:30-5:20 pm|
There are many things to consider when publishing your research: choosing the right journal, avoiding fraudulent or “predatory publishers,” making your research open access, and protecting your rights as an author. This session will introduce you to these topics and help you begin to develop your own unique publishing strategy.
|Thursday||Mar. 12, 2020||3-4 pm|
Come to this workshop to learn some practical tips for creating an engaging tool for communicating your research.
|Tuesday||Jan. 14, 2020||11:30 am-12:20 pm|
|Thursday||Feb. 6, 2020||5:30-6:20 pm|
|Tuesday||Feb. 11, 2020||10-10:50 am|
The online environment gives researchers more opportunities than ever to establish themselves in specific research areas, to promote their research, and to track the impact made by their scholarly contributions. Come to this session to find out about some of the most commonly-used tools and metrics to track and enhance your scholarly impact. You will learn about ORCID, Google Scholar profiles, ResearchGate, Twitter, citations, altmetrics and more.
|Thursday||Feb. 27, 2020||4-5 pm|
|Tuesday||Mar. 10, 2020||3-4 pm|
Writing a thesis? This session, led by the university’s Copyright Coordinator will cover topics including your rights as an author/creator, using images in your thesis, how to acquire copyright permissions, finding “open” materials (for which copyright permission is not needed) and copyright for manuscript-style theses.
|Wednesday||Jan. 22, 2020||12-1 pm|
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