Recorded Sessions from "Fall into Research"
Focus on the Sciences [Quick Take] | Monday, Sept. 13, 10:00-10:30 a.m. | Recording
This short session will provide an overview of the most popular services and resources specific to sciences. Learn how to access books, ebooks, journals, and films, use the multi-disciplinary Multi-Search, and navigate our resources by subject area.
Literature Reviews in the Sciences [Quick Take] | Thursday, Sept. 23, 10:00-10:30 a.m. | Recording
This session will go over common components of a literature review in the sciences, its main purpose, and address some strategies to help you search for material.
Google Scholar [Quick Take] | Recording
Librarian and expert Googler shares her tips on how to use both Google Scholar and Google as advanced research tools. Connect to UGA Library subscriptions, create alerts, efficiently find reports and conference proceedings and much more.
Introduction to Data Visualization at UGA | Wednesday, Sept. 15, 4:00-5:00 p.m. | Recording
What can you do with all that data? Learn about different resources and programs for data visualization including Excel, Tableau public, and R. No programming experience necessary.
EndNote for PCs | Thursday, Sept. 16, 10:00-11:00 a.m. | Recording
This will be an introduction to EndNote for PCs. Class includes installation troubleshooting, enabling useful Endnote tools, downloading records from databases into your own Endnote library, and using it to format your citations in Word.
Writing Your Research Story | Wednesday, Sept. 15, 10:00-11:00 a.m. | Recording
This session will address developing a cohesive narrative for your scientific research paper. We'll talk about writing skills that will help achieve that cohesiveness.
Introduction to Systematic Reviews | Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2:00-3:00 p.m. | Recording
Curious about what exactly makes a review "systematic?” Join The AU/UGA Medical Partnership's Ed Sperr and Julie Gaines for an introduction to the form! We will cover how systematic reviews differ from other types of reviews and discuss what's involved in conducting one of your own.