Has this ever happened to you?
You found a great source for a paper. You forgot to save it and couldn't find it again, OR you forgot to save the bibliographic information for the source (title, author, etc.), and you couldn't write its entry in your paper's bibliography, OR you saved all your source information, but you struggled to get the formatting correct for the in-text citation and reference section.
Attention upperclassmen and graduate students - do you know how to find watershed studies? Do you know what review articles are, how to find them, and why they are useful?
Learn the answers to these questions tonight (Wednesday, Feb 1), along with other useful tips and strategies for getting started with research in your discipline. There will be time at the end of the session to ask questions.
Working on a research project? Thinking about a project? This workshop will help you get started and thinking effectively about your information searching and organization.
Advance sign up is requested – just email LibInstruction@drexel.edu & tell us your name, major and email.
See you there -
Do you want to brush up on your searching skills, or learn how to use RefWorks to organize your research (and magically format all those citations in APA style)?
The Writing Center and Hahnemann Library are once again collaborating on workshops to be held at the Hahnemann Library during the Spring term. Please share the following information about the workshops with your students and faculty.
- Graduate Database Searching, APA Format and Bibliographic Management Software for Health Sciences Students, April 13th and May 11th, 5:30 pm, Room 1208 Hahnemann Library
- Substance & Style for Health Sciences Students: Crafting Better Presentations, May 19th, 5:30 pm, Room 2235 Hahnemann Li
Monday, February 8th: Thesis/Dissertation Support: Guide to Graduate Writing and Database Searching for Health Science Students, 5-7 pm, Room 2235 NCB.
The Writing Center is continuing its fall series of workshops.
If you need help writing (and we all do), Drexel's Writing Center has just the thing. Throughout the fall term, the Writing Center will host workshops on how to handle aspects of the writing process.
And here's a bonus: lot's of the workshops will be co-taught with librarians from Hagerty to help you streamline the research and writing processes.
Check out the entire fall program and register for online and on campus workshops. Upcoming highlights include: