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A drop-in workshop series offered by the University Library in Fall and Winter terms.

FALL 2016 SCHEDULE

All sessions will be held in the Murray Library

November Sessions Date & Time Presenter
A Brief Guide to Writing an Original Article in Science: From Abstract to Cover Letter Tues Nov 1, 10:00am Grad Peer Mentor
WestLaw (in Room 102) Tues Nov 1, 3:00pm Law Library
Strategies for Reading in Grad School Wed Nov 2, 10:00am Grad Peer Mentor
Honing Your Time-Managment Skills: Tips for Work/Life Balance for Grad Students Thr Nov 3, 2:30pm Grad Peer Mentor
Writing Well-Organized Paragraphs (please register - space limited) Thr Nov 3, 4:45pm Grad Writing Specialist
Graduate Poster Design: A Practical Workshop Fri Nov 4, 12:00pm Grad Peer Mentor
How a Graph, Chart, or Map Can Lie: Data Visualization Literacy (in Room 145) Tues Nov 8, 1:00pm Kristin Bogdan
Term Paper Writing Retreat for Graduate Students (please register - space limited) Wed Nov 9, 10:00am Grad Writing Specialist
Proposal, Thesis or Dissertation Writing Retreat for Graduate Students (please register - space limited) Thr 10, 10:00am Grad Writing Specialist
Overcoming Self Doubt as a Graduate Student Mon Nov 14, 11:30pm Grad Peer Mentor
Integrating Evidence from Sources (please register - space limited) Mon Nov 14, 4:45pm Grad Writing Specialist
Let's Make a Map: An Introduction to GIS (in Room 161) Wed Nov 16, 10:30am Kristin Bogdan
Applying to Grad School Wed Nov 16, 10:30am Grad Peer Mentor
How to Deliver an Effective Presentation Thr Nov 17, 12:00pm Grad Peer Mentor
How to Deal with Criticism in Your Academic Work/Writing Tues 22, 10:00am Grad Peer Mentor
Writing a Well-Argued Paper (please register - space limited) Mon Nov 28, 4:45pm Grad Writing Specialist

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December Sessions Date & Time Presenter
Writing a Literature Review (please register - space limited) Thr Dec 1, 4:45pm Grad Writing Specialist
Writing a Thesis Proposal (please register - space limited) Wed Dec 7, 4:45pm Grad Writing Specialist

 

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October Sessions Date & Time Presenter
A Brief Guide to Writing and Original Article in Science: From Abstract to Cover Letter (in Room 145) Thr Oct 6, 10:30am Grad Peer Mentor
Delivering Conference Papers with an Emphasis on Humanities (in Room 102) Thr Oct 6, 3:30pm Grad Peer Mentor
Applying to Grad School (in Room G3) Wed Oct 12, 10:00am Grad Peer Mentor
Let's Make a Map: An Introduction to GIS (in Room 161) Thr Oct 13, 3:00pm Kristin Bogdan
Aspects of a Thesis Proposal in the Humanities (in Room 102) Thr Oct 17, 10:30am Grad Peer Mentor
Writing a Statement of Purpose/Letter of Intent (in Room G3) Wed Oct 19, 10:00am Grad Peer Mentor
Strategies for Avoiding Plagiarism Wed Oct 19, 4:45pm Grad Writing Tutor
Searching PsycINFO (Ovid) Effectively (in Room 161) Thr Oct 20, 3:00pm Angie Gerrard
Slide:ology: Improving Your Design Thinking (in Room 102) Fri Oct 21, 1:30pm Grad Peer Mentor
Making Your Research Publications Open Access (in Room 145) Mon Oct 24, 1:00pm DeDe Dawson
Managing Research Data From Beginning to End (in Room 145) Wed Oct 26, 3:00pm Kristin Bogdan
Making Research Data Open (in Room 145) Thr Oct 27, 1:00pm Kristin Bogdan
Opening Up the U of S: From Open Resources to Open Pedagogy (in Room 145) Fri Oct 28, 2:00pm Heather Ross

In addition to these library researcher workshops, Student Learning Services also offers complimentary research workshops for students. These offer an opportunity to attend: