Auburn University Libraries offering Savvy Researcher Boot Camp
Auburn University Libraries will hold its Savvy Researcher Boot Camp, in-person, on Saturday, Feb. 4, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
The daylong event is designed for graduate students who want to take their research skills to a higher level. Whether students are interested in learning how to locate scholarly sources in their field, write a literature review, design a conference poster, manage data or organize citations, the Savvy Researcher workshops will help them become better, more effective, researchers.
Writing Literature Reviews (offered by University Writing)Intro to Graduate Level Writing (offered by University Writing) Conducting a Literature Review: Search Strategies Intro to Systematic Reviews NEW: Searching Scholarly Literature: Biology & Agriculture NEW: Finding Scholarly Literature: Engineering NEW: Searching Scholarly Literature: Chemical/Chemical Engineering NEW: Searching for Statistics in the Field of Education Locating Race & Ethnicity Census Data Understanding Consumer Behavior & Trends Leveraging Google Scholar & Google Translate Publishing Your Work & Building Your Scholarly Identity NVivo Fundamentals: A Hands-On Workshop Data Management for Scientific Workflows Intro to Git/GitHub NEW: Ethical Data Practices Intro to Zotero Mendeley Clinic Endnote Intro to LaTeX | LaTeX: Bibliographies, Images, Tables APA Citing Research Poster Design Using Adobe InDesign Innovation & Research Commons Resources and Services NEW: Presentation Skills and Software How to Read a Scholarly Article Researcher & Student Success (offered by Academic Coaching)
A special lunch hour panel will feature Auburn University’s 2022 Three Minute Thesis winners, Justin Harvell and Shiva Nageswaran.
Submitted by: Jayson Hill