Workshops

Full List of Upcoming Library Events and Workshops

Upcoming SPSS Workshops

Upcoming NVivo Workshops

Upcoming Citation Management Workshops

Upcoming Thesis Formatting Workshops

Literature Reviews – Great Research Starts Here

Grad Student Orientation, build your academic profile, format your thesis . . .

JSTOR: Learn More

JSTOR, a key resource in humanities and social sciences, offers short training videos on a number of topics, including advanced search techniques and how to set up alerts for new articles in your area(s) of interest. Most videos are fewer than 5 minutes long. Frequent JSTOR users should definitely have a look.

Graduate Student Workshops in a Day: Wednesday, February 22

Discover | Gather | Create | Share Graduate Student Workshops in a Day:  Koerner Library, Wednesday, February 22 We’ve chosen a day during reading week to offer eight of our most popular workshops for graduate students and any interested faculty, instructors, post-docs or RA’s. See a complete list of workshops here, or browse the listings […]

Upcoming Workshop: Overview of UBC LIbrary Statistical Databases

The first part of the workshop will consist of an overview of key Canadian, US and international statistical databases available through the UBC Library. You will have the opportunity to work on sample questions and/or your own research questions using the new tools. Wednesday, February 15th, 2012 at 10:00AM – 11:30AM Koerner Library Room 217 […]

Upcoming Workshop: Citation Analysis and Impact Factors in your Academic Career

Understanding the Role of Citation Analysis and Impact Factors in your Academic Career Learn how to use tools that measure the impact of articles, journals and individual scholars including you! You will leave this workshop knowing how to : use ISI Web of Science and Google Scholar to track citations calculate impact factors of individual […]

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