Hear stories from seasoned scholars who’ve explored the opportunities afforded by new publishing models. Benefit from their trailblazing and map your way forward. Drs. Jeanne-Marie Jackson, Stephen Mor...
We are in a time of data overload but that does not mean it is ready to be used in a GIS. This 2-hour workshop will provide students with the skills necessary to join their non geolocated data with data that al...
- Tuesday, March 27, 2018
- 4:00pm - 6:00pm
- BLC 5015/5017, Homewood Campus
- Register! - 16 seats left
This step-by-step workshop will guide you in creating a basic infographic in Piktochart, a free web-based application. It is strongly recommended that you attend or view the recording of Intro to Infographics P...
Learn about the process of formatting and submitting your dissertation to the library. You'll be introduced to the online submission process and learn a few tips and tricks.
Get familiar with some key text mining tools while enjoying some tasty sandwiches, salads, and cookies from Azafran! Python is a coding language that is frequently used for text mining, and is often thought of ...
Your article is published - hurray! Now you're being asked to share it on ResearchGate, Academia.edu, and probably other spaces. What can you really post? And which version should you post? While there i...
Review the annotated bibliography process, get opportunities for further practice, and engage in a peer review of individual annotations. Come prepared with one of your annotations ready for review. You are str...
- Thursday, April 5, 2018
- 4:30pm - 5:30pm
- Register! - 100 seats left
A synthesis matrix is a good start to writing a strong literature synthesis, but truly synthesizing can be a challenge. In this interactive session, critique synthesis examples and learn how to effectively synt...
Take a bite out of your favorite book at the Sheridan Libraries 5th annual edible book festival! Create a dessert based on your favorite book, or sample as many "books" as you'd like and vote for ...
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