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UMCUR Workshop Series

UMCUR Abstract Writing Workshops

Students planning to attend the University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research (UMCUR) will receive assistance writing their abstracts and submitting their conference registration. 

  • Tue, Feb 18, 6-7pm, SLC
  • Wed, Feb 19, 6-7pm, Buckhous

UMCUR Presentation Workshops

Designed to inform conference participants about presenting academic research in a professional setting. Students learn the basics of giving both oral presentations and poster presentations, and logistical information concerning presentation preparation. We will also cover what to expect on the day of the conference. This is a workshop where you will have time and assistance to work on your presentation. BRING YOUR POSTER or POWERPOINT (Even if still in draft form)! 

  • Thu, Mar 20th, 7-9pm, SLC (Poster Presenters) and Buckhous (Oral Presenters)
  • Sun, Mar 23rd, 4-6pm, SLC (Poster Presenters) and Buckhous (Oral Presenters)
  • Sun, Apr 6th, 4-6pm, SLC (Poster Presenters) and Buckhous (Oral Presenters)
 

WRIT 101 Research & Revision Workshops

Underground Tunnels and Haunted Classrooms: How to Research Place and Navigate Local Resources

Bring your research topic and research question for extra help finding the kinds of local resources you need to succeed with the Personal Academic Essay in WRIT 101. Research librarian and local resource specialist, Megan Stark, will offer you the insight, advice and direction you need to dig into the underground of your place here at UM.

  • Mon, Feb 24th, 6-7pm, SLC

Strong-Arming Your Sources: Using Research to Analyze and Build Arguments

We’ve heard it before: “This is a shorter paper so I’m not that worried about the research.” Don’t be deceived because in a shorter paper, the sources you choose matter even more and strong sources can make or break an argument. Bring your paper topic and research question for extra help identifying balanced research and finding sources that bolster your Op-Ed essay. 

  • Tue, Mar 11th, 6-7pm, SLC

Portfolio Revision Workshops

 Do any of these phrases sound familiar? “Add more unity.” “This is awkward.” “Pay more attention to your mechanics.” “Fix your citations.” “MLA style!” “Substantial revision needed.” How does any of this translate into good writing? Help decode these and other mystifying requests from your teachers or peers in order to tackle your essay revisions and create a polished and beautifully revised portfolio. Join tutors from the Writing Center and Undergraduate Services Librarian, Megan Stark, for any or all of these workshops designed to help you revise your specific essays. But only if you want to knock your teacher’s socks off.

  • Tue, Apr 29th, 6-7pm, SLC
  • Wed, Apr 30th, 6-7pm, SLC
  • Thu, May 1st, 6-7pm, SLC
 

Graduate Research Workshops

Using the U.S. Census for Demographic Information

 A hands-on workshop focused on using American Fact Finder for geographic and demographic information with Government Documents Librarian, Susanne Caro.

  • Fri, Mar 21st, 4:10-5pm, Buckhous

Data Management Basics for Graduate Students

 

Come to the Mansfield Library to discuss data management. Learn about planning, strategies, tools, and resources for naming, labeling, storing, sharing and preserving data sets. Creating Data Management Plans will also be briefly covered.

  • Thu, Apr 24th, 4:10-5pm, Buckhous

 

RefWorks Workshops

Manage Your Research with RefWorks

Hands-on workshop with Research Librarian, Megan Stark, on how to utilize the bibliographic management tool RefWorks to organize your research, store citations, and create bibliographies.

  • Sun, Mar 16th, 4-5pm, SLC
  • Tue, Mar 18th, 6-7pm, SLC

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Karen Jaskar
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Social Science Librarian
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