Are you a graduate student working on a literature review for a thesis or dissertation? Come to one or all of these 30-minute workshops to learn tips that will save you time and sanity. All sessions will take place in Gelman Library, Room 219.
Monday, Oct. 13 at 5:30pm
Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 5:30pm
How do you build on someone else's research? How do you find the research they used? Chase down those citations like a pro with tips from librarian Tolonda Henderson.
Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 5:30pm
One you've done all this research how do you keep track of it? Step away from the notecards and learn about online citation tools like Refworks,Zotero and Manadalay. Librarian Dolsy Smith help you find the tool that is right for you and get you started using it.
Dissertation and Theses Online
Thursday, Oct.16 at 5:30pm
Monday, Oct. 20 at 5:30pm
Do you know what other people in your own department or under your own advisor have done? Do you want to see some of the most current research in your field? Librarian David Ettinger will show you how to find dissertations and theses from GW and around the world.
Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 5:30pm
Thursday, Oct. 23at 5:30pm
How do you know what research is out there? How can you know what you don't know? Librarian David Killian will help you be sure with a comprensive search of all published book literature using Worldcat. This workshop is best for disciplines that write books, especially the humanities and social sciences.
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