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Graduate Student Workshops: Spring 2015

February 25, 2015

The John Cotton Dana Library will be offering FREE workshops designed specifically for graduate students on the Newark campus:

Information Literacy (finding, using, and managing information) topics:

  • Conducting a Literature Review
  • Library Research Tips for Graduate Students
  • Introduction to RefWorks
  • Introduction to ProQuest Flow

Data Collection, Analysis, & Management topic:

  • Introduction to Qualtrics

Careers topics:

  • Building Your Professional Network
  • Job Hunting for Graduate Students

Digital Humanities topic:

  • Photoshop

For further details about each workshop, please take a look at the Registration Form at  http://goo.gl/x8WgLN. 

Students are encouraged to register to guarantee their seat.

For quesitons about a specific workshop, please contact the instuctor listed on the Registration Form. If you have general questions or would like to suggest a workshop, please get in touch with Bonnie Fong (bonnie.fong@rutgers.edu).