Hesburgh Libraries Workshop Archive

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The Hesburgh Libraries is your research destination and we will meet your needs will fulfilling our mission of connecting people with knowlege. Our workshops are designed to serve your research needs.

Please contact us if you do not see a current workshop on the topic that you need to support your classwork or research. Likewise, if you would like to arrange a library instruction session for a class or group, please complete the library instruction request form, or contact the Mandy Havert via the Research Helpdesk at asklib@nd.edu or (574) 631-6258.

Fall 2014 Title
  Geographic Information Systems Overview - How any discipline can use GIS in research and writing
  Copyright Basics: What you need to know and why
  Research management tools forum
  Using library scanners effectively
  Author's Rights
  RefWorks and principles of citation, bibliographic information and research management
  Using Interlibrary loan and document delivery services
  Using the News: Hesburgh Libraries newspaper resources
  Data management planning: An introduction and Q&A
  Author's rights and scholarly publication cycles
  LaTeX User Session - Overview, Forum and Q&A
  Music research basics and Music research beyond the basics
  Introduction to the music library
  Music and copyright
  RefWorks: Hands-on workshop - Spend less time organizing and more time researching
  Dissertation Camp
  Dissertation Day Camp
  Senior Thesis Camp
Spring 2014 Title
  Altmetrics: How can this measure help you evaluate scholarly output?
 

3D Printing: From imagination to realization

  A Brief introduction to geographic information systems (GIS)
  Accessible digital collections
  Analyzing articles using JSTOR's Data for Research Services
  Analyzing books using HathiTrust Research Center
  Basic Satellite Imagery
  Digital project management
  Dissertation Camp
  Dissertation Day Camp
  EndNote for Organizating your Citations
  Georeferencing in ArcGIS
  ArcGIS for Political Science (in two sessions)
  Hands on with Kaltura for Sakai
  Intro to Stata for Data Analysis
  Introduction to Metadata
  LaTeX
  Literate Programming
  Research and Stats Tools Camp
  Mendeley for Organizing Your Citations
  Metadata / Data Management
  R (featuring R Studio)
  Remix: Beyond Text: Tools for Student-Created Media
  Simple text analysis with Voyant Tools
  SPSS
  Survey Programming
  Use Papers Software to Organize Your Research
  Using Python in ArcGIS
  Vector Editing in ArcGIS
  Web of Science Demo + Q&A
  What is Digital Scholarship?
  Word 2010: Using Word for your Research Writing Project: Or, how to format your dissertation
Fall 2013 Title
  GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
New International Graduate Student Library Orientation Session - Learn about using the libraries on campus to begin building your research foundation, become familiar with services and resources, setup user accounts for Interlibrary Loan, and connect with your Subject Librarian. Bring your laptop if you choose to follow along and bring questions you may have. We'll have time to talk.
  GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
New Graduate Student Library Orientation Session
- Learn about using the libraries on campus to begin building your research foundation, become familiar with services and resources, setup user accounts for Interlibrary Loan, and connect with your Subject Librarian. Bring your laptop if you choose to follow along and bring questions you may have. We'll have time to talk. - Held two times in Fall 2013
  RefWorks - Learn to use RefWorks to format, manage and track your citations. - Held four times in Fall 2013
  GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
Who's Citing Whom?
- Find out how to do citation searching to locate high impact journals and articles. You will also learn how to calculate your h-index.
  Mendeley โ€“ Learn to use Mendeley to format, manage, track, tag, and share your bibliographic citations. - Held two times in Fall 2013
  GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY
For the Busy Grad Student: Company, Industry & Market Data - Want to find information about a company and you'd like to use something besides Google? Interested in knowing more about a particular industry or what the market is like for a certain product? Come learn about some key business resources that are available to you and will help answer these questions and many more!


Do you have a suggestion for a library workshop? Please contact us
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  Researching the Visual and Built Environment - Spring 2012 Library Workshop
  Copyright Basics - Spring 2012 Library Workshop
  Creating Effective Library Assignments - Spring 2011 Faculty Workshop
  Cut and Paste Plagiarism: How to Detect It and How to Prevent It - Spring 2004 Faculty Workshop
  Copyright in the Electronic Age - Fall 2004 Faculty Workshop
  Effective Uses of Google and Yahoo in Higher Education - Winter 2006 Workshop
  Who's Citing Whom? - Fall 2010 Library Workshop
  Literature Reviews - Fall 2011 Library Workshop
  Finding and Using Digital Images - 3/23/2010 Workshop