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Libraries Offer Free, Virtual EndNote Instruction Sessions This Week
These sessions will help you properly cite sources used in research is important for avoid plagiarism, give credit to original ideas and provide the reader with additional information.
Libraries to Offer Scholarly Metrics Sessions for Researchers
Participants will learn how to identify peer-reviewers, show the impact of their scholarly activities, identify potential collaborators and compare the productivity of a departmental faculty in peer institutions.
Graduate Students Invited to Research Days March 10-12
Graduate student researchers can learn more about U of A research tools and publication processes during sessions next week focused on grant writing.
U of A Faculty Share Experiences Creating Open Educational Resources
Faculty members Jingxian Wu, Claretha Hughes and Russell Sharman will share their experiences creating Open Educational Resources at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 2, via Zoom.
'Now, Let's Talk' in March Focuses on 'isms' and Intersectionality
During March, the "Now, Let's Talk" program by the Dr. Barbara A. Lofton Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Walton College will focus on "isms" and intersectionality.
'Applying Fair Use in the Classroom' Workshop Set for Noon Tomorrow
Join Lora Lennertz, data services librarian, for a virtual workshop in observation of Fair Use Week about how to apply the fair use doctrine in the classroom at 1 p.m. Friday.
'OUCH!' Training Now Available to Campus
"OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts" is a 30-minute training available on Blackboard for students, faculty and staff to gain communication skills for promoting inclusion and respect.
Community Music School Offers Free Workshops for Young String Musicians
The Community Music School will offer free workshops for young string musicians starting this week. A virtual strings workshop will be on Feb. 26, and violin and cello workshops will be March 4 and 5.
Celebrate Open Education Week 2021 With Libraries and Global Campus
The University Libraries and Global Campus have planned a series of virtual events for faculty, teaching assistants and graduate students in observation of Open Education Week March 1-5.
Community Music School to Host Virtual Strings Workshop
Violin, viola, cello, and double bass players, ages 14-18, can learn more about the Community Musical School's strings program during a Zoom meeting from noon to 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 26.