Do you have a research project or are you interested in learning ways to manage data? This webinar is an introduction to what is involved in research data management (RDM). You will learn about the research data lifecycle as a model for planning how to manage your data from initial conception of your project, through active analysis, and into longer term storage as well as data sharing and deposit. Tools and resources available to you to assist in data management planning will be introduced.
Though the purpose of APA style may not seem clear at first, it provides a standardized way to format documents, give credit to others’ ideas, and present information clearly and understandably. By attending this webinar, students will learn how to format a title page, an abstract, and headings in their APA style papers; document a variety of source types correctly through in-text citations and references; and paraphrase with accuracy and ease. As students grow in their confidence in using APA, they will begin to appreciate that they and their work are part of a community of academics researching and writing in numerous critical fields.
Each year, the GPDN hosts a career symposium for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows aimed at professional development and career exploration. Presentations by GPDN members and invited experts cover topics including inspirational keynotes, career self-assessments, resumes, informational interviews, and networking.
In this installment of the “Developing Your Research” webinar series, Joanna Nemeth from the Library and Sarah-Jean Watt from the Write Site will present how to develop and perfect the literature review. This webinar will not only clarify what a literature review is and teach students how to research and prepare, it will also deconstruct and elucidate the overall structure, from abstract to introduction, background to methodology, and results to discussion and conclusion.