By Sandy Hervieux, Jessica Lange, Michael David MILLER, and Nikki Tummon
Starting one’s graduate studies can be overwhelming. To support McGill’s graduate students, McGill Library has created the workshop series Research and Publishing for Graduate Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences. This series is composed of two sessions: advanced search techniques and trends in scholarly publishing. While the workshops are complementary, it is not necessary to attend both; students can pick and choose what suits their needs best.
Discover the workshops below!
Research and Publishing for Graduate Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Advanced Search Techniques:
Provides graduate students with the skills to:
- craft and advanced search strategy for their topics
- search multidisciplinary and subject databases
- conduct citation searches
- set up alerts on topics in order to stay current on new research
- organize their searches and search results
Date: Thursday October 21 @ 10am
Research and Publishing for Graduate Students in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Trends in Scholarly Publishing:
Provides graduate student an overview of:
- the peer-review process
- how to select a journal to publish in
- publishing trends
- frequently asked questions on dissertations and publishing.
Date: Thursday November 2 @ 12pm