Auburn University Libraries offering Savvy Researcher Boot Camp
Auburn University Libraries will hold its Savvy Researcher Boot Camp over Zoom on June 3 from 9 a.m. – 3:45 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, write a literature review, manage data, organize citations, publish their work or learn about IRB procedures, the Savvy Researcher workshops will help them become better, more effective, researchers.
The Boot Camp lunchtime program features two faculty panels discussing practical strategies and tips for approaching scholarly publishing.
Workshops offered include:
Conducting a Literature Review: Search Strategies
Writing Literature Reviews (offered by University Writing)
Zotero | Endnote
NEW: Intro to the IRB (Institution Review Board) offered by ennifer Robinson, IRB Chairperson at Auburn University
Finding Scholarly Literature in Engineering
Searching for Statistics in the Field of Education
Locating Race & Ethnicity Census Data
Google Scholar Tips and Tricks
NEW: Intro to Qualtrics (software for creating surveys)
Intro to Tableau (data visualization software)
Data Management for Scientific Workflows
Ethical Data Practices
NEW: Sentiment Analysis with PyTorch: Build a Text Classifier
NEW: Overview of Digital Humanities Tools and Methods
Intro to LaTeX | LaTeX: Bibliographies, Images, Tables
Presentation Skills and Software
Studying Where it Counts (offered by Academic Coaching)
Submitted by: Jayson Hill