Arlington Graduate Research Day!
Research is always a challenge throughout your Graduate Program. But on October 14, there is help - a collaboration between the School of Conflict Analysis & Resolution and the University Libraries!
Graduate Research Day is for graduate students - at different points in their program - to get the most applicable material. A trio of Tracks are offered to better prepare for the tasks that are upon you: there will be presentations on the vagaries of Data; Citation Management Software, the processes for Theses and Dissertations, and MORE! And, if you want to move between the sessions, do not hesitate! We will bring all of our wonderful presenters back again in the Spring!
All Sessions will be held in the S-CAR Offices in Vernon Smith Hall at the Arlington Campus of George Mason University.
Breakfast foods provided courtesy of the University Libraries; coffee and tea provided by S-CAR.
Track 1: Beginning your Graduate Program
9:00 am Introduction to Library Services & Tools
10:00 am Graduate Research & Writing
11:00 am Zotero
Track 2: Amidst your Program
9:00 am Introduction to Data
10:00 am Special Collections Research Center
11:00 am Qualitative and Qualitative Data
Track 3: The Ends is in Sight
9:00 am University Dissertation & Theses Services - Process!
10:00 am University Dissertation & Theses Services - MS Word!
11:00 am Blackboard as Instructor
- Monday, October 14, 2019
- 9:00am - 12:00pm
- S-CAR Offices, Vernon Smith Hall, Arlington
- Arlington Campus