NSU Libraries' Workshops: Schedule & Registration (2016-17)

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2016-2017 Library Academic Workshop Schedule
 

In support of NSU’s Vision 2020, Mission, and Core Values, the NSU Libraries have designed these workshops to showcase ways to achieve optimal success with library research, publishing, and copyright.

Workshops are simultaneously held in person on NSU's main campus and online. 

Browse the schedule and register for each workshop that you would like to attend. To register for more than one workshop at once, click the "express registration" button below.

Grant Writing 101

Thursday, October 6, 2016   |   Noon - 1PM   |   DeSantis - Room 2060 (& Online)
Presented by Roxana Ross, NSU's Grant Writing Manager

Looking to learn more about finding grant funding and writing a proposal? Look no further! Roxana Ross, NSU’s Grant Writing Manager, has all the information you’re looking for. Come hear about Pivot and other grant funding databases as well as successful steps to take in writing your application. We’ll help you get the money you need to fund your research projects!

Using Archives In Your Research

Monday, October 17, 2016   |   Noon - 1PM   |   Alvin Sherman Library - Room 4009 (& Online)
Presented by Dr. Regina Greenwood, Dr. Eric Mason, Dr. David Kilroy, and Michele Gibney 

October is Florida Archives Month and we want to share our love of Archives with you! Are you interested in using primary source materials in teaching and research? NSU University Archivist, Michele Gibney, will give a brief introduction on available local and digital resources. Dr. David Kilroy (CAHSS) will talk about teaching students to utilize primary sources in their research, Dr. Eric Mason (CAHSS) will discuss a WRIT 4000 class’s photography and writing project using historical NSU photos, and Dr. Regina Greenwood (HCBE) will speak about current business management collections that she is organizing in the NSU Archives, including the Hawthorne Studies and the Gilbreth Family. 

Blurred Lines: Grey Areas in Copyright & Plagiarism

Thursday, October 27, 2016   |   Noon - 1PM   |  Law Library - Faculty Study Room, 2nd floor
Presented by Stephen Carlisle, NSU's Copyright Officer

 

Copyright infringement and plagiarism can be the same thing. But more often than not, they are two sides of the same coin. A student could use copyrighted material in a student project and it might be fair use, and not infringement. But if the student used copyrighted material and did not attribute it to an outside source, then this is plagiarism, and would subject the student to disciplinary proceedings. This seminar will examine both the issues of copyright infringement and the types of plagiarism and how they intersect in a university setting.

NSU Experts: NSUWorks and Your Online CV

Thursday, November 3, 2016   |   Noon - 1PM   |   Alvin Sherman Library Room 4009 (& Online)
Presented by Michele Gibney, University Archivist 

The Experts Gallery is a President/Provost led initiative to showcase the incredible body of scholarly work produced at NSU to the world. Many of you have heard about NSUWorks, the institutional repository for all of NSU, but the NSU Libraries recently purchased a companion product called SelectedWorks that allows for the creation of an online CV for each faculty member. These online profile pages are aggregated in a searchable Experts Gallery that will allow prospective students, funding agencies, news outlets, and researchers looking for collaborators to search the NSU pool of expertise and view your online CV. Come and learn about this new project and how you can be involved! 

Crafting Engaging Conference Proposals

Tuesday, November 15, 2016   |   Noon - 1PM   |   Maltz room 2058 (& Online)
Presented by Dr. Douglas Flemons, Professor of Family Therapy 

To get chosen by conference organizers, a presentation proposal must be thorough and succinct, informative and inviting. Come learn how to distill your ideas into an engaging narrative that is clearly compelling and compellingly clear. 

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