This graduate student workshop, hosted and led by UNB Libraries, features Instruction sessions that include how to:
* Optimize citation management tools, including Mendeley and Zotero, and how to leverage them to discover new research
* Manage and share your research data, including information on the new Tri-Agency requirements
* Navigate the world of scholarly publishing, from accessing content from peers to publishing your own work
Date: Thursday, October 11th
Time: 10:00 am to 3:30 pm
Location: Harriet Irving Library, Milham Room (Rm 100)
Light lunch provided.
Please contact Jeannie Bail, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jamie MacKenzie, email@example.com for further information.
A self-paced, interactive set of modules for learning the basics of library use and academic research. Housed in D2L Brightspace, the Toolkit introduces students to library services and the academic research process at UNB.
Find it in the ‘Free Course Registration’ section in D2L.
||• UNB Libraries’ services and spaces, including course reserves
• UNB WorldCat, including how to locate items on the shelves
• Subject Guides, including discipline-specific databases and other eresources
• Academic research vocabulary, including peer review
||• Academic publication cycle from idea to published findings
• Research tools, including how to choose the most effective ones
• Academic integrity, including the mechanics of citing and paraphrasing
• Strategies for shaping research topics and evaluating sources
||Searching UNB Libraries’ databases
• Keywords, phrase searching, and synonyms
• Boolean operators
• Subject headings
• Citation management via Zotero
|Benefits for Instructors:
||Benefits for Students:
|• incorporate content relevant to course requirements
• assign modules for course marks
• focus on subject specific instruction with your librarian
|• learn effective use of UNB Libraries’ resources
• recognize markers of quality for academic sources
• discover library services and spaces
For more information contact us:
Richelle Witherspoon, from UNB Libraries, is holding an open Zotero workshop in the Harriet Irving Library, Learning Lab ( Room #112) on February 14th at 2:00 pm. The workshop will consist of two parts:
2:00 – 3:00 Getting set up with Zotero and learning its basic features
3:00 – 3:30 Setting up and using Zotero Groups
If you are already a Zotero user and would just like to learn about Groups, feel free to skip the first hour and come at 3:00. If you are not a Zotero user but would like to learn about Groups, you are welcome to stick around for the second part.
In this session we will define plagiarism, explain the importance of citations in academic work, introduce you to different citation styles, teach you how to properly paraphrase, and give you useful tips for using sources with integrity.
You have two chances to do this session:
- Nov. 7th, 1:00pm
- Nov. 9th, 10:00am
in the Milham Room, Harriet Irving Library.