Evans Library Research Support Workshops

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SPRING 2017 SCHEDULE

No registration required * 30 minutes* 1st floor Evans Library * Wednesdays 12:30 PM and 5:30 PM

SEARCHING LIKE A PRO - without using Google

February 01

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ORGANIZING YOUR RESEARCH with RefWorks 

February 15

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ORGANIZING YOUR RESEARCH with Mendeley

Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that helps you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research.

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ORGANIZING YOUR RESEARCH with EndNote

EndNote is a free reference manager that helps you search, organize, write, publish and share your research.

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PRESENTING YOUR RESEARCH  in POWER POINT

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SUBMITTING YOUR THESIS or DISSERTATION ELECTRONICALLY 

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WEEKLY RESEARCH SUPPORT SESSIONS 

GRADUATE RESEARCH SESSIONS     

CODING SESSIONS

PRESENTATION PRACTICE SESSIONS

Drop-In Sunday through Thursday (except holidays)

6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Stop by the iDesk with your questions on any part of the research process or other graduate student concerns. The reference librarian on duty is ready to provide help and guidance.

At various points in the semestser, special topics workshop will be offered on things like: grant funding; assembling a data management plan; thesis and dissertation writing / formatting; and more. Email announcements with more details will be distributed prior to each workshop. 

Quick links:
FIT PowerPoint Templates

MLA-APA-Chicago Style Comparison

Thesis & dissertation editing services:
E-mail Dr. Strother at strother@fit.edu (services for $25 per hour)

Submit up to 10 pages at a time for review to Academic Support Center (free of charge).

E-mail Dr. Heidi Edwards at edwardsh@fit.edu for assistance offered by the CEC

THANKS FOR CODING WITH US - WE WILL RESUME NEXT SEMESTER!

No prior programming experience necessary!

Please bring your own laptop.

C++, JAVA, and HTML basics will be covered (4 sessions per language). 

All materials will be posted and shared via Google Drive. 

Additional Resouces:

Office 365 free for FIT students

Email Petra Brnova for more information. 

We are looking for volunteers to teach web-development languages next semester.

Email Philina Richardson to schedule your session.                 

Conference RM#217

Guidance offered for individual and team presentations.

Science Presentation Template

Tips for Creating Effective Presentations

 


Have suggestions for future topics? Please email
 Petra Brnova.

View many more research support workshops online.