Find The Best
For Your Research
Curious about managing copyright in academic publishing, locating funder open access policies, and the different options available for open access publishing? Come to this workshop to learn about these topics and more! Location: Neville Scarfe Building, room 308A
Staff from the Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office will be on-hand to help you work through your copyright and library course reserves questions one-on-one. Bring your reading lists, presentation slides, websites, theses, or other work you need guidance on. You do not need to register for this event.
Held in conjunction with the weekly Connect Drop-in Clinic, in the CTLT Resource Room, Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (Room 214).
Our trade is producing knowledge and implementing it. What are some of the tools that are being used?
Choosing the appropriate tool or method for your research is one of the most critical components for advancing academic inquiry. What approaches to research are in the academic's toolbox?
Share with an interdisciplinary audience how a tool or method is being used in your field:
- - interdisciplinary perspectives
- - mixed methods designs
- - meta-analysis strategies
- - cutting edge technology
- - classic techniques proven by time
FIREtalks are interdisciplinary research exchanges run by graduate students for graduate students as part of the Research Commons.
You are registering to participate in this FIREtalk as a member of the audience. More information, including how to register as a presenter, at FIREtalks or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to the latest successful applicants of the Aboriginal Audio Digitization and Preservation Program (AADPP).
Judging books by their covers and more.
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