The last set of workshops for the Fall 2017 semester are happening in November!
Here’s a list of what’s planned. Space is limited so make sure you click through and register today!
Tuesday, November 7
10:30 Introduction to Numeric Data Cleaning Using R (registration closed – already full!)
11:00 Black, White, and Re(a)d: How to Tell Real News From Malarkey
15:00 EndNote Essentials
Wednesday, November 8
13:00 Introduction to Zotero
Thursday, November 9
10:30 Introduction to Numeric Data Cleaning Using SPSS (registration closed – already full!)
Thursday, November 16
10:30 Tell Your Own Story: Building a Professional and Scholarly Identity Online
16:00 EndNote Essentials
Monday, November 20
10:00 Introduction to Zotero
October is a busy month for workshops here at HSSL!
Over the next few weeks we’ll be offering the following workshops:
- Keys to Success (library skills for undergrads; 2 modules)
- Endnote Essentials (citation management)
- Introduction to Zotero (citation management)
- MyResearch (library skills for grads and postdocs; 4 modules)
- Getting Started with Scalar (open source publishing)
For a full list of dates and times, visit the workshops listing on our web site.
These workshops full up quickly, so register today!
Starting in October, the library will be offering new workshops about Zotero. This free and open source software enables you to organize your research, create bibliographies and insert citations or footnotes in your assignments. You can download Zotero here.
The workshops will feature hands-on components and students are encouraged to bring their own laptops to practice. Computers will also be available in the room. The workshops will be offered on the following dates; please click on the links to register: