Do you want to ace your paper? Impress your friends? Improve your chances of finding a job? Join us for UF Libraries’ Digital Learning Fair on February 23!
The Fair brings librarians and students together to highlight steps for finding the best research online and organizing your work quickly, plus the One Button Studio, 3-D printing, video streaming access, digital newspapers, maps and mapping tools, institutional repository and digital archival collections . . .
AND FREE SNACKS & GIVEAWAYS!
Don’t miss out. Meet us in Smathers East, Room 100–right next to Library West (look for balloons), and use #GatorsGoDigital to share what you learn.
Hosted in connection with Digital Learning Day.
And we are back for another semester of workshops dedicated to helping graduate students with their research. Two colleagues and I will be offering 4 workshops on the following topics: Finding scholarly sources, Reading scholarly sources effectively, Building scholarly knowledge in your field, and Tips for writing an effective scholarly paper.
The sessions are open to all graduate and professional students at UF and will be held in room 212 Library West (aka Scott Nygren Studio) from 1.55-2.45pm.
See you there.
Could you use a little help with your research? Help with finding better scholarly sources like books and journal articles? Help with reading and making sense of the sources you find, and then writing up your paper?
UF Librarians Richard Freeman (Anthropology), Hélène Huet (European Studies) and David Schwieder (Political Science) will present a series of research-focused sessions to help graduate students with the following topics:
Thursday October 6 Session 1: Finding Scholarly Sources
Thursday October 20 Session 2: Reading Scholarly Sources Effectively
Thursday November 3 Session 3: Making Sense of Your Scholarly Sources
Thursday December 1 Session 4: Tips for Writing an Effective Scholarly Paper
All sessions Period 7 1:55-2:45 p.m.
Room 211 Library West
No registration required