for FALL 2021 CITATION & REVIEW Sessions
CSU Writes is grateful to partner with the amazing librarians at Morgan Library and experts in the Graduate School to support research writers as they locate, gather, read, and manage their research sources. Remember to THANK our CSU librarians GS support staff regularly. Their often hidden efforts support all the amazing research we do here!
ETD Information Session: Experts from the Graduate School & Library
SEPT 21, 10-10:50pm MT
Held on MSTeams
This session covers where to go for information about ETD submission processes and paperwork as well as the basics of copyright and ProQuest as they pertain to graduate student theses and dissertations.
Source Management Software: Learn from Library Experts
MONDAYS, 12-1:30PM MT
SEPT 20 - OCT 11
Held on ZOOM
If you are curious about the differences between EndNote, Zotero, and Mendeley, this is the information session for you! This is a series presented by experts on citation management from CSU libraries.
This series would be GREAT to pair with the GRAD Writes Literature Review workshop on OCT 12 at 12-1:30pm.
INTRO Session Recording
ENDNOTE Session Recording
MENDELEY Session Recording
ZOTERO Session Recording
Literature Review: An Introduction with Dr. Kelly Bradbury
OCT 12, 12-1:30pm MT
The workshop covers the general nature and processes of writing a literature review. Attendees will learn about how to balance the twin duties of reading and writing, how to cull relevant material from sources, and how to digest source material for their own research writing purposes.