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Need help organizing and managing your research citations and PDFs? Tired of trying to remember how to cite references in different formats? The citation management program Mendeley can help! In this workshop, you will learn how to:
Create and manage a personal citation database using Mendeley, including
At the end of the workshop, you will understand how Mendeley can be part of your research work flow and help you to create papers with proper citations and formatting.
Presenter: Carol Shannon, Informationist | Taubman Health Sciences Library
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Are you struggling to organize the sources that you've found for your research (journal articles, books, websites, reports, videos, and more)? Do you want to share those sources with your colleagues around the world? Do you spend hours trying to format your bibliography? Join us for this workshop to learn about Zotero, a free citation management tool!
You will learn to:
Presented by: Kathryn VanderBoll, Informationist | Taubman Health Sciences Library
Check here for upcoming webinars directly from Zotero.
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Systematic reviews are becoming an increasingly common method for combining, synthesizing and publishing research results in engineering and other disciplines. But how do you know if this methodology is right for your research?
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to:
Presenter: Whitney Townsend, Informationist at the UM Taubman Health Sciences Library
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An introduction to how to use LaTeX, a typesetting program used by engineers and mathematicians, to create and format your dissertation.
In this workshop, you'll learn how to:
Participants are encouraged to follow along on their own computers and have either registered for an account at overleaf.com or installed a LaTeX editor & compiler.
Presenter: Sam Hansen, Mathematics & Statistics Librarian
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Are you confused about common research impact metrics, like h-index, journal impact factor, etc.? Not sure how they’re calculated or how you can use them to demonstrate the impact of your research?
Presenter: Becky Welzenbach, Research Impact Librarian