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Information Resource Investigation- Graduate Research Workshop

2 ways to attend! Face-to-Face in JCKL 1424 or Stream Online via ITV.  
Information Resource Investigation is the second workshop in the Graduate Research Workshop series.  The same workshop is offered twice.  

Learning Objectives for this workshop:

  • In-depth exploration of the elements of the literature review/resource investigation as related to the research problem/question 
  • Introduction to the exploratory phase of the literature review
  • Introduction to the various types of broad and  focused literature reviews
  • Overview of the chain of information resources and accessing the resources
  • Overview of the types and role of various information sources

Workshop Objectives

  • Expose graduate students to a comprehensive overview of the research process.
  • Provide graduate students with hands-on practical experience and tools for effective research at the graduate level.
  • Structured for graduate students completing either a final project or a thesis.
  • Reinforced referral to the advisor/research instructor for content specifics.
Date:
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Time:
4:00pm - 5:50pm
Location:
JCKL 1424 Distance Classroom
Audience:
  Graduate Faculty     Graduate Program Coordinators     Graduate Student     Graduate Thesis     Thesis Committee Member  
Categories:
  Graduate Research Workshop Series  

Event Organizer

Laura Horne-Popp
Janette Klein
Drew Burkeybile