About this Guide
We've created this guide as a complement to the workshop sessions. Please see the tabs above for more information and links on the workshop topics!
About the Workshops
Library Workshop Series for Scientists and Engineers
Are you curious about the library and the services that it has to offer? Do you want to improve your literature searching skills and your efficiency in organizing your references? Overwhelmed trying to keep up to date with the published research? Well, be sure to attend our Workshop Series for Scientists and Engineers!
· Jan 15, 2013 - Copyright and Teaching. How does the new copyright legislation affect your teaching? We will be joined by Jennifer Mainland, University Copyright Officer for this overview session.
· Jan 29, 2013 - Library Services for Grad Students and Faculty. Learn how the library can support your research and teaching; some general library tips.
· Feb 12, 2013 - Literature Searching Tips & Tricks. Learn some effective search strategies for finding articles in literature databases.
· Feb 26, 2013 - Managing References with RefWorks. Set up an account, import some references, and create a bibliography. Please note that this session will be held in the Epsilon Lab (Room 2A23) in the Engineering Building.
· Mar 12, 2013 - Keeping Current with Literature. Strategies for keeping up-to-date with the scholarly literature in your field: from email alerting services to rss feeds.
· Mar 26, 2013 - Open Access. Learn about author’s rights and discover how to make your publications more accessible to readers: open access journals and repositories.
All sessions are free and will be held in the Delta Lab (2B04 – Engineering Building) from 12:00 - 1:00 PM.
No registration necessary. All are welcome!
Room 1B08, Engineering Building
57 Campus Dr