UWM Libraries offer workshop on research

UWM Libraries continue to invest in tools that support teaching, learning and research in an online environment where faculty, staff and students are increasingly working and learning off-campus.

To that end, the libraries are hosting a discussion and workshop, “Fall into Research: Discovery & Access,” on Friday, Nov. 12, from noon to 1:15 p.m. in the Digital Humanities Lab on the second floor east wing of the Golda Meir Library.

Lorraine Malcoe, associate professor and undergraduate program director at the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health, will lead a discussion on challenges and strategies for discovering and accessing scholarly content.

Kathryn Zielski, director of Global Outreach at Third Iron, will then lead a workshop on usage of LibKey and Browzine applications to improve your experience finding and accessing full text resources.

Participants should bring their own device to activate the apps for personal use. For more information, visit the 2021 Fall into Research guide. Space is limited. Register for the event here.

Each fall, the UWM Libraries organize special discussions about academic publishing. Past “Fall into Research” programs have featured faculty panels on publishing in the pandemic, monograph publishing with SAGE, journal article publishing with IEEE, and brought in trainers from Web of Science and editors from Mary Ann Liebert and Springer Nature. Fall into Research program series is organized by the Research Services Team of the User Services Division.

If you have questions about the event, please contact a member of the team: Kate Ganski, Svetlana Korolev, Stephanie Surach or Carrie Wade.

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