The UCLA Library offers researchers helpful workshops on a variety of topics. The Winter 2013 schedule is listed below and online at:
Most sessions are open with no advance registration required, but those sessions marked with an asterisk* do require advance online registration; see links to registration for each workshop below. All workshops will be held in the Research Library; see each entry for specific locations.
EndNote (sixty minutes)
This session offers a basic overview of the purpose, uses, and features of EndNote, a software program that helps researchers manage references and produce bibliographies for projects large and small.
Taught by Gabriella Gray, librarian for education and applied linguistics.
Meet in the East Classroom, room 21536.
• Wednesday, January 16, 2 p.m.
• Tuesday, January 29, 3 p.m.
*How to Formulate Your Research Question (two hours)
Wednesday, January 23, 3 p.m.
This workshop covers how to move from your own interests to a topic, determine a possible research question, and make a case for the significance of that question. You’ll also learn the components of a strong argument and where to start searching for evidence.
Taught by Kelly E. Miller, director of UCLA Library Teaching and Learning Services and Head of the College Library.
Meet in the Research Commons Digital Cultural Heritage Lab. Space is limited, and online registration is required: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/research-question-workshop