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Voices of the Holocaust The Voices of the Holocaust project provides a portal for the exploration of digitized, restored, transcribed, and translated interviews with Holocaust survivors conducted by Dr. David P. Boder in 1946. The new Voices of the Holocaust site retains...
Patents as a Research Source This workshop will show researchers how to use patent databases to supplement more traditional literature reviews. Please note: this is NOT a patentability search workshop—for help with patentability, please contact the Office of Technology...
Where to Publish New publishing venues like institutional repositories, open access journals, preprint servers, or even sites like Research Gate, are making it increasingly confusing to choose the best place to publish your research. This workshop reviews the...
Searching for Funding Sources This workshop will explore how to use the GrantForward database as well as various research databases to identify funders and funding opportunities.
All workshops will be held from noon to 1:00 p.m. via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra on the following...
Fit or Fraud? How to Screen for Questionable Articles Basing your research on fraudulent papers can result in your own findings being invalidated, your work being retracted, or worse. While it’s impossible to identify all questionable research papers, this workshop will show you some tools and...
Zotero Zotero is a citation manager that can save you a lot of time by collecting bibliographic information for your sources and inserting citations and references in your paper.
All workshops will be held from noon to 1:00 p.m. via Blackboard Collaborate...
Citing Sources This workshop will cover the whys, whens, wheres, and hows of citing your sources.
All workshops will be held from noon to 1:00 p.m. via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.
Tuesday, February 2
Tuesday, February 16
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Beyond Google: Getting the Most Out of Research Databases Research databases are different from Google—they provide many more options for power searching. In this workshop you’ll learn how to get the most out of research databases, including controlled vocabularies, faceted searching, saving/reusing...
Webcams Available for Checkout The Galvin Library now has webcams for you to check out! Visit the main desk to borrow a webcam for 7 days. If you need it longer, you can renew it for another 7 days. If your online classes require you to use a webcam but you don't have one yet,...
COVID-19 Resources While searching for information on COVID-19, it’s important to rely on information from authoritative sources such as the Center for Diseases Control and the Chicago Department of Public Health. Here are some resources to help you sort out facts...