Graduate student workshops

Graduate student workshops

The Library and Your Research is a free workshop series to help graduate students enhance and professionalize their scholarly pursuits. Offered in both the fall and spring semesters, the workshops cover skill sets like how to complete a literature review, copyright and data management.

Previous workshop recordings

Starting Your Literature Review in Social Sciences/Education

Managing Citations and References Using Zotero

Getting the Most Out of Google Scholar and Scopus

Starting Your Literature Review in the Sciences
(Please note: the recording starts about 20 minutes into the class. The content for that part is substantially similar to the content in the recording of Starting Your Literature Review in the Social Sciences and Education.)

AI Tools for Literature Reviews

Finding Social Sciences Data Sets

Evidence Synthesis: An Overview for Non-health Sciences Researchers

Copyright, Your ETDR and Publishing