Graduate Student Workshops

The concept of a series of workshops directed towards a broad graduate student audience arose out of the Library's experience with and consideration of a a similar series organized by the Graduate Student Center in the spring of 2002. That series demonstrated that graduate students desire intensive training to build their proficiency in using information resources. Workshop offerings include:

Literature Reviews in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Using Endnote
ArcView Hands On
Finding and Using Primary Sources
Using BlackBoard
Teaching Research Skills in the Classroom
Making Images Work for You
Learning About Funding Resources.

The following links contain summary evaluation data for the 2002 workshop series. Data files in SPSS version 10 for Windwsare also available. Outcome reports for the 2002 series, by Nick Okrent, Information Literacy and Undergraduate Services Librarian, are also available

Links

Selected Fall 2002 evaluation data (html)

Selected Summer 2002 evaluation data (html)

Outcome Reports (right-click on the following links and choose save): 
Fall 2002
 Summer 2002 (MS Word)

Download data file in SPSS format (right-click on the following links and choose save): 
Fall 2002
  Summer 2002