Developing a Strategy for Your Information Search

When

Mar. 12, 2020, 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Eureka Room

Description

How do you know which sources will teach you the most about your research question?  By examining the work of other successful researchers. In this informative and interactive workshop, students will learn how to strategically use literary sources in the research and how best to rely on subject librarians.

Learning Objectives: By participating in this workshop you will:

  • Consult a mentor text in their discipline in order to learn what types of sources are most promising.

  • Consider which types of sources are best to consult at the beginning of a project and which work best in later stages.

  • Develop strategies for collaborating with experts on campus, especially subject librarians.

Facilitator: Mark Lenker, Teaching and Learning Librarian, UNLV University Libraries

Admission Information

This workshop is open to UNLV undergraduate students. Please RSVP at least 24 hours in advance for the workshop.

The Office of Undergraduate Research is using Event Pass for all events and workshops. Please follow the instructions below to generate an Event Pass QR code:

  1. Visit involvementcenter.unlv.edu and signing in with your ACE account
  2. Click on the profile icon in the top right, and choose Event Pass
  3. Save the QR code to your Apple Wallet, Google Pay, or photos
  4. Have your QR code ready to be scanned prior to arriving to the workshop

RSVP Here

Contact Information

Office of Undergraduate Research
Rafael Oganesyan

External Sponsor

Office of Undergraduate Research; University Libraries