About this Event
This graduate workshop can help you become a more efficient researcher, no matter what your area, by equipping you with strategies to organize and manage your research. See how investing time at the outset to learn basic methods to organize, annotate, and share your research can pay off in efficiency, effort, and energy.
There are several citation management software programs as well as differing approaches to organizing the information collected as part of research, and the free citation manager Zotero will be demonstrated, but the lessons are applicable to a variety of situations.
Note: the Chester Fritz Library will offer several how to, hands-on sessions specific to Zotero in the weeks immediately following this workshop. By the end of this session, you should be able to: 1) Identify helpful resources to organize and manage your research 2) Apply techniques to organize and manage research depending on the tool used; 3) Know how to contact your subject librarian.
- Alfred Wallace, Aerospace and Sciences Librarian
- Kristen Borysewicz, Research Skills Instruction Coordinator and Reference Librarian
NOTE: Participants will be invited to keep their cameras on and actively engage with presenters and other attendees during this workshop. Breakout rooms may be used to facilitate learning.
Registration is required to attend. Zoom link will be provided upon registration. Currently enrolled graduate students are invited to attend.
This workshop is sponsored by the School of Graduate Studies and the Chester Fritz Library.