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Upcoming Events

Topic: Writing and Research

Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Time: 11am-12:20 pm

Location: 110 Moon

Presenters: Ruth Owens, Sturdy Knight, Dawnelle Jager

Description: Learn how to improve research and writing skills to confidently develop a variety of research papers and projects. Learn evolving research technologies and strategies. Learn techniques to translate research skills to writing skills. Learn how to develop confident, knowledgeable, and credible research papers and projects. This session is specially geared toward undergraduate students.

 

Topic: Digital Resources to Seamlessly Integrate into Syllabi and Courses 

Date: Thursday, October 6, 2016

Time: 11am-12:20 pm

Location: 110 Moon

Presenters: Heidi Webb and Ruth Owens

Description: Come learn about open educational resources and resources available through Moon Library that you can integrate into your courses. Some resource topics that will be covered include e-books, open access (OA) textbooks, OA labs, OA tutorials and more. This session is geared towards faculty and graduate students.

 

Topic: Research Data Management

Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Time: 11am-12:20 pm

Location: 110 Moon

Presenter: Heidi Webb

Description: Daunted by Data? Come learn about data management, documentation, storage, and more to make analyzing and sharing your data easier. This session is geared towards faculty and graduate students.

 

Topic: Research Projects on Campus

Date: Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Time: 11 am-12:20 pm

Location: 19 Moon

Presenter/Organizer: Jane Verostek

Description: Come learn what research projects are being done on campus. Faculty and Graduate Students across the ESF curriculum will share the work they are doing with others via a series of “lightning talks”.

 

Topic: Citation Managers - Zotero & Mendeley

Date: Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Time: 11 am-12:20 pm

Location: 110 Moon

Presenter/Organizer: Ruth Owens

Description: Formulating citations for your research papers and projects can be confusing and time consuming, yet very important. This workshop will introduce students to citation managers such as Mendeley and Zotero. Prepare to be “wowed” with how much time can be saved with these tools! Please bring your laptop, if you have one. This session is geared towards undergraduate students, but all are welcome.

 

Topic: Author IDs

Date: Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Time: 11 am-12:20 pm

Location: 19 Moon

Presenter/Organizer: Jessica Clemons

Description: ScopusID, ResearcherID, Google Scholar Profiles, ScholarID, ResearchGateID, ORCID… There are many ID systems to help researchers identify what work is attributed to them.  In this session we will learn about the most popular ID systems, how to find your numbers, and explore how these numbers can be used to populate biosketches, and official CVs for federal funding agencies.  Learn how to efficiently bring together your electronic IDs and your scholarly contributions. No experience required. For a basic primer on a few author IDs, visit: http://libguides.esf.edu/c.php?g=151367&p=1210535. This session is geared towards faculty and graduate students.