The Undergraduate Research Program will be holding a series of workshops in spring 2013. These workshops are intended to help students from all disciplines with various aspects of conducting and presenting research. They are designed to supplement classroom instruction. Faculty from various departments will be leading the workshops.
Students may attend any of these workshops. No registration is required. Faculty may also assign students to participate. If you would like to request one of these workshops for an entire class, please contact Dr. Sara Sewell (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make arrangements.
All workshops will be held in Hofheimer Library in the Foley classroom on the second floor.
They all begin at 11:00 a.m.
Feb. 7 -- Maximizing Library Help for Your Research
Description: Led by librarians, this workshop focuses on making the most of the assistance that librarians provide to students, from the beginning of a research project through the final stages. The workshop also provides tips on how to maximize the library’s research tools, including features in the library's databases, to enhance research efficiency.