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March 2013
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Workshops and Tours for March 2013
3/1/2013
Advanced Zotero User Group
Description: A workshop to discuss your usage of Zotero and to get help with issues you're encountering with Zotero. Bring your own laptop if you need specific help or want to show something.
Type: Workshop
Instructor: Meredith Farkas
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Location: Millar Library - Room 170
 
Advanced Mendeley User Group
Description: A workshop to discuss your usage of Mendeley and to get help with issues you're encountering with Mendeley. Bring your own laptop if you need specific help or want to show something.
Type: Workshop
Instructor: Meredith Farkas
Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location: Millar Library - Room 170
3/4/2013
FRINQ & SINQ Drop-in Research Workshop
Description: It's the end of the quarter and your projects are due! Get help from a librarian in a workshop tailored to students in FRINQ and SINQ.
Type: Workshop
Instructor: Kimberly Willson-St. Clair
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Millar Library - Room 170
3/6/2013
Open Access (OA), Authors Rights and PDXScholar
Description: The benefits of open access publishing are many. Among them, OA publications are cited more frequently, researchers and students have access to research studies and scholarship without pay barriers, and content is accessible worldwide. Additionally U.S. federal agencies already require or will soon require open access for research studies published from funded grants. This workshop will discuss OA concepts, author rights best practices and how to use PDXScholar, Portland State University's Institutional Repository, to create global visibility of your scholarly work and address open access mandate requirements.
Level: Faculty and graduate students
Type: Workshop
Instructor: Sarah Beasley & Karen Bjork
Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: Millar Library - Room 170
3/22/2013
Literature Review Research for Theses and Dissertations
Description: A thorough literature review sets the stage for success in a large research project like a thesis, dissertation, or grant proposal. This session will give students tips and strategies for conducting effective and comprehensive literature review research.
Prerequisites: Graduate Student
Type: Workshop
Instructor: Kim Pendell
Time: 11:00am - 12:30pm
Location: Millar Library - Room 160

Upcoming Workshops


We do not have any upcoming scheduled workshops at this time. Please check back soon.
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