Auburn Libraries offering Savvy Researcher Boot Camp

Published: May 17, 2021

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Auburn Libraries is holding its summer Savvy Researcher Boot Camp featuring workshops taught by faculty and staff from Auburn Libraries, University Writing and the Biggio Center. Whether participants are interested in learning more about locating scholarly sources, writing a literature review, managing citations or developing an elevator speech about research, the boot camp can help. Participants can pick and choose the workshops that interest them. Registration is free.

The camp will be held May 22 from 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. via Zoom and will feature Alberto Cairo, author of How Charts Lie: Getting Smarter About Visual Information.

Click here for more information or to register.

Workshops include:

Writing Literature Reviews (offered by University Writing)

Finding Sources for your Literature Review

Intro to Systematic Reviews

Search Alerts in your Discipline

Intro to Zotero | Intro to EndNote | Intro to Mendeley

Publishing your Work

Measuring Research Impact

Communicating your Research When it Counts (offered by the Biggio Center)

Intro to R

Data Analysis with Python | Programming with Python

Intro to GIT

Intro to LaTeX | LaTeX: Bibliographies and Images

Effective Poster Design

HathiTrust: How to Get Access to Millions of Digitized Titles

Researching in Auburn's Special Collections and Archives