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Graduate students: Come to a Library research skills workshop for a chance to win free UOIT swag!


The Library is providing a series of workshops to provide graduate students with an overview of valuable Library resources that will support research.

Part 1: Introduction to Library Research - Graduate Professional Skills program will offer important search strategies and find out where to find books and articles using the library website. Learn about resources and tools the Library possesses that will assist with your literature review, including:

  • Access to theses and dissertations
  • Important evaluation criteria
  • Research metrics that allow you to measure the influence of an article, journal or author

Information on copyright and obtaining copyright permissions for your thesis, as well as citation styles and citation management tools will be covered.

Registration (click link) is required to attend the workshop.

Choose ONE of three time slots available:

  • Tuesday, October 8 - from 3 to 5 p.m.
    North Oshawa Library (Rooms LIB 132 and 134)
  • Wednesday, October 16 - from 3 to 5 p.m.
    North Oshawa Library (Rooms LIB 132 and 134)
  • Monday, October 21 - from 3 to 5 p.m.
    61 Charles Street Building (Room DTA 108)

Registration link

Please note: If you have already attended a Library Research Skills workshop in a previous semester, it is not necessary to sign up again.

Workshops for Part 2: Subject-specific sessions will be announced at a later date.

Please direct inquiries Chelsie Lalonde, Business Librarian, at ext. 2962.