Libraries offers workshops to enhance graduate student and faculty skills
Workship series takes place over spring semester
University Libraries is offering a spring workshop series on a number of different topics, such as citation management, copyright, patent and trademark searching, author rights, video recording, determining where to publish, and more.
Workshops begin in February and run through May 2017. The workshops are primarily designed for faculty and graduate students, although anyone with a valid University of Nevada, Reno NetID is welcome to attend.
"For the Libraries, outreach to the campus is a top priority, "University Libraries Director of Research Services Ann Medaille said. "By offering these free, educational workshops we hope to provide attendees with an opportunity to learn something new. Content learned in the workshops will equip attendees with valuable skills that can be used for teaching, research, and other endeavors."
Workshops are free and are offered at various times throughout the semester.
University Libraries workshops offered this semester include:
- 360 Video: Capture Your Own Immersive Experience
- Build Your Online Scholarly Profile
- Copyright in the Classroom; Endnote Basic and Cite While You Write
- Interviewing Strategies for Grad-Level and Faculty-Level New Professionals
- Introduction to 3D Modeling with Solidworks
- Introduction to OpenRefine
- Introduction to Video Recording and Editing
- Organize Your References with Mendeley
- Patents and Trademarks
- Photoshop for Whatever
- PowerPoint for Posters
- PubMed Basics
- PubMed: Beyond the Essentials
- Social and Demographic Data Sources
- Teaching with Primary Sources
- Where to Publish?
- Your Rights to Your Published Works
- Zotero: A Free Reference Management Tool
In addition to these free workshops, the University Libraries has a variety of highly skilled subject librarians who serve as liaisons to every department on campus. Subject librarians have expertise in conducting research within specific disciplines, and they provide support for faculty and students through instruction, consultations, events, e-learning materials, and more.
To learn more about the Spring 2017 University Libraries Workshop Series or to connect with your department's liaison librarian, please email Ann Medaille at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About University Libraries: The University Libraries embrace intellectual inquiry and innovation, nurture the production of new knowledge, and foster excellence in learning, teaching, and research through scholarly resources, creative learning spaces, cutting-edge technology, and world-class service. The University Libraries aspire to be partners in the scholarly and creative achievements of students, faculty, students, and staff, leaders in the academic library community and contributors in the University's efforts to become nationally known for academic excellence and positive community impacts.