Monday, November 09, 2009

Graduate Level Education and Teaching Workshop on 11/11 @ 1 PM

Research Skills for Graduate Level Education and Teaching

If any of the statements below sound familiar then you need to attend this workshop.

"I've been attending this school for 5 years but I've never been up to the stacks. Can you help me?"
"I'm starting to write my graduate thesis and I'm not sure where to start. Can you help me?"
"My professor gave back my thesis outline and told me that I have to use only scholarly sources. How do I find those"?
"Can you please read over my paper to check it for spelling and grammar".

In this workshop you will learn how to:

  • Narrow down your subject areas
  • Do a review of the literature in your field
  • Find books in STARS by various methods
  • Use the library's education subject guide databases to find articles
  • Do a super search of the above databases with a federated search engine called Galaxy
  • Find other library resources such as e-books, research guides by subject area
Date: Wednesday, November 11 @ 1 PM
Location: Melville Library, 1st Floor, Classroom A

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