Library Workshops Coming up in the First Half of Semester Two

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The library team have a great suite of workshops lined up for the first half of Semester 2. These workshops cover some key areas for researchers, such as reference management using EndNote, literature searching and current awareness, and publishing and impact. There is also a workshop for those wanting to use LaTeX as an alternative to Microsoft Word for formatting documents.

Referencing using EndNote

EndNote is a really powerful tool for collecting, managing and formatting citations and reference lists. The following workshops are coming up.

EndNote Essentials:

6 August, 12.00-1.30pm, Online, sign up here: https://autlibrary.libcal.com/event/5391200

18 August, 12.10-1.40pm, City Campus, sign up here: https://autlibrary.libcal.com/event/5391199

EndNote for Researchers:

23 July, 12.10-1.40pm, City Campus, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714870/endnote-for-researchers

6 August, 12.00-1.30pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1719196/endnote-for-researchers

26 August, 2.00-3.30pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714923/endnote-for-researchers

EndNote Extra:

15 September, 2.00-3.15pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714931/endnote-extra

Literature Searching and Current Awareness

Whatever your subject, a grasp of the current literature is vital, and these workshops will help you know where and how to search for better results.

Advanced Search Skills for Postgraduates:

22 July, 1.10-2.40pm, City Campus, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714868/advanced-search-skills-for-pos

28 July, 2.00-3.30pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714876/advanced-search-skills-for-pos

5 August, 2.00-3.30pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714910/advanced-search-skills-for-pos

Keeping up to Date:

6 August, 2.00-3.15pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714917/keeping-up-to-date

Using Google Scholar:

11 August, 2.00-3.15pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714919/using-google-scholar

Using Scopus Database:

12 August, 2.00-3.15pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714915/using-scopus-database

Publishing, Visibility and Impact

As you begin to establish yourself as a researcher, you will want to start creating a public profile to showcase your research. This includes choosing how and where to publish, and creating recognised IDs and profiles.

Publishing your Research:

19 August, 2.00-3.15pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714918/publishing-your-research

Research Impact:

25 August, 2.00-3.15pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714920/research-impact

Researcher IDs and Profiles:

16 September, 2.00-3.15pm, Online, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1714930/researcher-ids-and-profiles

LaTeX in Ninety Minutes

LaTeX in Ninety Minutes is a workshop to help you start writing journal articles, conference papers and your thesis in the LaTeX typesetting language.

16 September, 11.00am-12.30pm, City Campus, sign up here: https://elab.aut.ac.nz/students/events/Detail/1719203/latex-in-ninety-minutes

We hope you enjoy these workshops and find them beneficial.

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