Upcoming Events

Title:Introduction to EndNote Basic
Date:Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Citation Management
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

EndNote Basic is a companion web version of the desktop EndNote, provided as part of the Web of Science database. It is used to collect and organize references as well as cite them while writing a paper. It can also be a powerful collaboration tool. Learn how to quickly and easily collect reference information from online databases via direct export, or importing as text files. Use Cite While You Write to insert references and format citations and bibliographies. This is an introductory level class, and no prior knowledge of EndNote Basic is needed.

Title:Introduction to Zotero
Date:Thursday, January 23, 2020
Time:2:00pm - 3:00pm
Presenter:Beth Royall
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

Zotero is a free, online citation manager that can help you collect, organize, format, and share citations.  Bring your own laptop and get started.  You’ll wonder how you ever lived without it!

 

 

Title:Introduction to EndNote Basic
Date:Friday, January 24, 2020
Time:2:00pm - 3:00pm
Presenter:Beth Royall
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

 

EndNote Basic is an online citation manager that helps you collect, organize, format, and share citations.  It’s available at no charge to WVU faculty, staff, and students.  Come learn the basics.  To utilize all the features, please bring your own laptop.

 

Title:Introduction to Mendeley
Date:Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Description:

Mendeley is a free reference management program that helps you organize your citations, format bibliographies in MS Word, connect with other researchers in your field, discover trending articles in your area of interest, and collaborate with research teams. With both a desktop client and a web application, it's easy to access your research from anywhere in the world. This is an introductory level class, and no prior knowledge of Mendeley is needed. 

Title:Get to Know the WVU Libraries: Library Services for Distance Ed Students and Extension Faculty
Date:Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Time:4:00pm - 4:45pm
Presenter:Beth royall
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Research
Description:

The WVU Libraries offer many convenient services for distance education students and extension faculty -- so convenient, in fact, that you don’t need to be in the library to use them.  This webinar will focus on finding information resources using the WVU Libraries' website.  Pre-registration is recommended.  Please sign up here:  https://zoom.us/meeting/register/upwld-mtqjkqEiq4cxNcJ_AsISpKly_N6g

Title:An Introduction to Research Data Management
Date:Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 3:30pm
Presenter:Ian Harmon
Location:Classroom 136 (LL)
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Data Management
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

Research Data Management is the process of organizing, documenting, sharing and preserving the data this is generated through the course of a research project. In this workhop, you will learn about best practices for managing your data efficiently, which will help to ensure that your data is well documented, reusable, organized, stored, and preserved. You will also learn about the benfits of sharing your data, and the WVU libraries can help you develop Data Management Plans (DMPs) for funding proposals.

We will understand data broadly to include any items of recorded information that are used for reference or analysis. The workshop is designed to benefit and accomodate researchers at all levels, and from all disciplines.

Title:Copyright Basics
Date:Thursday, January 30, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:15pm
Presenter:Beth Royall and Marian Armour-Gemmen
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Intellectual Property
Description:

 

Come learn the fundamentals of U.S. copyright, what fair use allows, and the benefits of the Creative Commons.

Title:Introduction to Systematic Review Searching
Date:Thursday, January 30, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:LC-1
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Systematic Review
Description:

Explore the basics of conducting a systematic literature review, including how to frame a research question, developing a search strategy and searching the biomedical literature databases. 

Title:Introduction to Zotero
Date:Friday, January 31, 2020
Time:2:00pm - 3:00pm
Presenter:Beth Royall
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

Zotero is a free, online citation manager that can help you collect, organize, format, and share citations.  Bring your own laptop and get started.  You’ll wonder how you ever lived without it!

 

 

Title:Patents :Learning How to Search
Date:Monday, February 3, 2020
Time:5:00pm - 6:15pm
Presenter:Marian Armour-Gemmen
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Public, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Intellectual Property
Description:

Do you have an invention? Do you want to research older technologies? Do you want to figure out how a new technology works?

Learn how searching patents using classification will assist you.

Title:Getting Started on a Literature Review
Date:Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Time:3:30pm - 4:45pm
Presenter:Martha Yancey, Beth Royall, Marian Armour-Gemmen, Barbara Hengemihle
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Literature Review
Description:

 

Do you have a literature review in your future?  Come learn the basics steps and how to get started.  No registration required.  Bring your own laptop or use a library computer.

 

Title:Introduction to EndNote Basic
Date:Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

 EndNote Basic is a companion web version of the desktop EndNote, provided as part of the Web of Science database. It is used to collect and organize references as well as cite them while writing a paper. It can also be a powerful collaboration tool. Learn how to quickly and easily collect reference information from online databases via direct export, or importing as text files. Use Cite While You Write to insert references and format citations and bibliographies. This is an introductory level class, and no prior knowledge of EndNote Basic is needed. 

Title:Multi-media Equipment Petting Zoo
Date:Thursday, February 6, 2020
Time:1:00pm - 2:30pm
Presenter:Kenny Wright, Martha Yancey, Beth Royall
Location:234
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Description:

Did you know the Libraries have multi-media equipment available for students to check out?  Come try out the cameras, microphone kits and wireless presenters.  This is a drop-in session; arrive any time between 1:00 and 2:15.

Title:Introduction to EndNote Basic
Date:Friday, February 7, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Beth Royall
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

 

EndNote Basic is an online citation manager that helps you collect, organize, format, and share citations.  It’s available at no charge to WVU faculty, staff, and students.  Come learn the basics.  To utilize all the features, please bring your own laptop.

 

Title:Which Works Best for You? Comparing Scopus, Web of Science, and Google Scholar
Date:Monday, February 10, 2020
Time:4:00pm - 5:30pm
Presenter:Barbara Hengemihle
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Literature Review
Description:

Three tools allow you to get a landscape of a field of research. 

By comparing these three tools, you can discover the advantages and disadvantages for using these bibliographic databases.

Title:Data + Donuts: First Steps with SPSS
Date:Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:Classroom 136 (LL)
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will cover how to preform data entry and descriptions for quantitative and qualitative statistics in a data set as well as data transfer (import/export), data cleaning, and data preparation. The session will be hands-on and intended for beginners, no previous knowledge of data analysis and/or SPSS is required.

Title:Where Should I Publish? Using Library Resources for Manuscript Submission Decisions
Date:Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Publication Impact, Publication Promotion
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

Find the right journal to publish your article in using library resources such as the Web of Science Core Collection, InCites Journal Citation Reports, and EndNote Match.  Bring your completed or partial journal manuscript title/abstract and keywords to search and analyze the literature.  This workshop will require an EndNote Basic account registration. 

Title:Which Works Best for You? Comparing Scopus, Web of Science, and Google Scholar
Date:Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Time:4:00pm - 5:30pm
Presenter:Barbara Hengemihle
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Literature Review
Description:

Three tools allow you to get a landscape of a field of research.

  By comparing these three tools, you can discover the advantages and disadvantages for using these bibliographic databases.

Title:Introduction to Research Data Management
Date:Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Time:2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location:LC-1
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Categories:Data Management
Description:

Learn how to keep your data secure and organized with an introduction to the core areas of data management.

Title:Data + Donuts: First Steps with SPSS
Date:Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will cover how to preform data entry and descriptions for quantitative and qualitative statistics in a data set as well as data transfer (import/export), data cleaning, and data preparation. The session will be hands-on and intended for beginners, no previous knowledge of data analysis and/or SPSS is required.

Title:A Primer in Data Visualization with Tableau: Part I
Date:Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Jessica Vanderhoff
Location:Viewing Room -- Classroom 104
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

Are you interested in data visualization but don’t know where to start? This workshop is designed to teach new Tableau users how to prepare their data, understand the Tableau interface, create basic visualizations (i.e. bar chart, heat map, etc.), and combine visualizations into a dashboard. Free and open to all WVU-affiliates. Content is intended for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty. No prior technical experience with Tableau necessary.

Title:Data + Donuts: First Steps with SPSS
Date:Thursday, February 13, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:LC-3
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will cover how to preform data entry and descriptions for quantitative and qualitative statistics in a data set as well as data transfer (import/export), data cleaning, and data preparation. The session will be hands-on and intended for beginners, no previous knowledge of data analysis and/or SPSS is required.

Title:Trademarks: What’s in a Name?
Date:Monday, February 17, 2020
Time:5:00pm - 6:15pm
Presenter:Marian Armour-Gemmen
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Public, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Intellectual Property
Description:

Do you have a new business name? Do you have a new product?

Learn about trademarks: how to protect your name and avoid counterfeiting someone else’s.

Title:Data + Donuts: Data Analysis with SPSS
Date:Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:Classroom 136 (LL)
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will cover how to preform data analysis and data visualization for quantitative and qualitative statistics in a data set using SPSS. Attendees will get hands-on experience with running and exporting descriptive statistics, one sample t-tests, confidence intervals, correlations, and regressions. The session is intended for beginners.

Title:Scientific Writing Workshop: Describing Data in a Meaningful Way
Date:Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Time:6:30pm - 8:00pm
Presenter:Nathalie Singh-Corcoran & Marian Armour-Gemmen
Location:2nd floor -- 228/229
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Graduate Students
Categories:Data, Dissertation & Thesis
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

Are you a graduate student with a technical report or data-heavy thesis in your future?  This workshop will explain the conventions of writing about data, including integrating tables and graphs, using the passive voice, and writing successful summaries.  Registration is required.

Title:Data + Donuts: Data Analysis with SPSS
Date:Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will cover how to preform data analysis and data visualization for quantitative and qualitative statistics in a data set using SPSS. Attendees will get hands-on experience with running and exporting descriptive statistics, one sample t-tests, confidence intervals, correlations, and regressions. The session is intended for beginners.

Title:Data + Donuts: Data Analysis with SPSS
Date:Thursday, February 20, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:LC-3
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will cover how to preform data analysis and data visualization for quantitative and qualitative statistics in a data set using SPSS. Attendees will get hands-on experience with running and exporting descriptive statistics, one sample t-tests, confidence intervals, correlations, and regressions. The session is intended for beginners.

Title:PubMed Labs: The New PubMed
Date:Thursday, February 20, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Research
Description:

A new version of PubMed was launched just recently after an extensive development process. If you’re at all familiar with the old PubMed, you’ll hopefully find the new PubMed to be just as effective (if not more so), but a little bit easier to use. It’s got an updated, cleaner look, with an easy-to-use interface. The search engine has been modified to make it easier to find the articles that best match your query. If you’re familiar with the old PubMed, you can search the same way you’re used to, but hopefully you’ll get even better results. The new PubMed still contains the same trusted citation data as the old database. And new PubMed runs in the cloud, to increase long term stability and sustainability of the platform. So let’s take a look at PubMed!

 

Title:Dispelling the Myths about Open Access: Making Informed Choices about Publishing Opportunities
Date:Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:Susan Arnold
Location:LC-3
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Categories:Open Access
Description:

Learn about open access vs. traditional publishing venues, how to identify predatory journals, and tools that are available to find an appropriate journal in which to publish.

Title:Measuring & Promoting Your Research
Date:Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Time:3:30pm - 5:00pm
Presenter:Barbara Hengemihle
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Publication Impact
Description:

Come learn how to:  promote and measure the impact of your research; find out what the H-Factor, i10-index, and Altmetrics mean; choose high-impact journals to publish in; identify collaborators.

Title:Introduction to Zotero
Date:Wednesday, February 26, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

 Zotero is a free and open-source citation management tool that offers a way to manage citations and research in a simple and easy to use manner. Zotero helps researchers of all types collect, organize, and access a variety of resources. It also assists with the writing process, providing a Microsoft Word plugin (for Mac-based Word, as well) that allows users to insert citations from Zotero into a document. Learn how to make a bibliography from your sources in just a couple of quick steps.  This is an introductory level class, and no prior knowledge of Zotero is needed.

Title:Discovering Demographic, Business, & Economic Data Using Social Explorer
Date:Thursday, February 27, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Jessica Vanderhoff
Location:Viewing Room -- Classroom 104
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Data
Description:

Looking to better leverage U.S. Census data on demographics, business, and economy? In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to use the Social Explorer database to locate data, create data maps, and perform location analysis, quickly and easily. Free and open to all WVU-affiliates. Content is intended for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty. No prior technical experience with mapping visualization necessary.

Title:Preparing for a Poster Session
Date:Friday, February 28, 2020
Time:2:00pm - 3:00pm
Location:LC-1
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Conference Preparation
Description:

Learn how to develop a poster presentation, including best practices for design and engagement. Researchers of all levels are welcome

Title:OER - Exploring Open Educational Resources
Date:Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Time:10:00am - 12:00pm
Presenter:Martha Yancey
Location:Classroom 2036 (2nd floor)
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty
Categories:Open Education Resources (OER)
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

In this interactive 2 hour workshop participants will explore and find high quality open licensed materials. Participant will need to bring their own laptop.

Title:Introduction to EndNote Basic
Date:Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

 EndNote Basic is a companion web version of the desktop EndNote, provided as part of the Web of Science database. It is used to collect and organize references as well as cite them while writing a paper. It can also be a powerful collaboration tool. Learn how to quickly and easily collect reference information from online databases via direct export, or importing as text files. Use Cite While You Write to insert references and format citations and bibliographies. This is an introductory level class, and no prior knowledge of EndNote Basic is needed.

Title:Demystifying Creative Commons for Classroom Use
Date:Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Time:1:00pm - 2:00pm
Presenter:Jessica Dai & Hilary Fredette
Location:Classroom 136 (LL)
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Open Education Resources (OER)
Description:

Geared for faculty and graduate teaching assistants, this workshop will serve as a primer on Creative Commons for use in the classroom. This workshop will guide instructors in understanding the purpose and use of Creative Commons licenses, as well as differentiating between and choosing appropriate licenses for educational products.

Title:Dispelling the Myths about Open Access: Making Informed Choices about Publishing Opportunities
Date:Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Susan Arnold
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Description:

Learn about open access vs. traditional publishing venues, how to identify predatory journals, and tools that are available to find an appropriate journal in which to publish.

Title:Opening the Classroom: The Benefits of Sharing Your Teaching Materials
Date:Thursday, March 5, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 3:30pm
Presenter:Ian Harmon
Location:Viewing Room -- Classroom 104
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Open Education Resources (OER)
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

While it is common to publicly share research and publications through online networks and repositories, the sharing of teaching materials is often limited to posting on personal websites or sending materials by email. In this workshop, you will learn about the benefits of publicly sharing your teaching materials online, including how doing so can help demonstrate your effectiveness and excellence as an teacher. You will also learn how to use Creative Commons licenses to allow others to reuse and build on your materials while maintaining their ownership and getting credit for creating them.

 

 

Title:Open Pedagogy: Co-Creating Learning with Students
Date:Friday, March 6, 2020
Time:10:00am - 11:00am
Presenter:Jessica Dai & Kelly Diamond
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Categories:Open Education Resources (OER)
Description:

For those who are interested in co-creating materials with students or reinventing the disposable assignment, join us in this introductory workshop on open pedagogy.

Title:Measuring and Promoting Your Research Impact
Date:Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:Susan Arnold
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Categories:Publication Impact, Publication Promotion
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

  Measuring your impact is an important step in the research process for gathering evidence of how your research will impact society.  It is also important when applying for positions, for promotion and tenure, and for grant funding.  This introductory workshop will provide an overview of traditional and nontraditional scholarly metrics and will discuss tools to promote your research impact.  Topics covered include:  Citation analysis; Journal impact factor; h-index; and altmetrics.  

Title:Data + Donuts: First Steps with Data Sources and ICPSR
Date:Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:Classroom 136 (LL)
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will describe the data landscape and give you tools to learn how to efficiently find data sources to suit your needs. Workshop will be lecture-based with some hands-on exposure to general resources including the data repository, ICPSR.

Title:Intro to the Engineering Village Database
Date:Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Martin Dunlap
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Research
Description:

In this introductory workshop you will learn how to use Engineering Village to create an account, look for graduate schools, look for jobs, search for articles and much much more.

Title:Preparing for a Poster Session
Date:Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:LC-1
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Conference Preparation
Description:

Learn how to develop a poster presentation, including best practices for design and engagement. Researchers of all levels are welcome.

Title:Choosing a Citation Manager
Date:Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Time:12:00pm - 1:00pm
Presenter:Virginia Desouky
Location:LC-2
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Citation Management
Description:

 This workshop on Choosing a Citation Manager will cover features of EndNote Basic, Mendeley, and Zotero.  Find out which program best suits your research needs. Prior experience with a citation program is recommended.

Title:Data + Donuts: First Steps with Data Sources and ICPSR
Date:Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:G16
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will describe the data landscape and give you tools to learn how to efficiently find data sources to suit your needs. Workshop will be lecture-based with some hands-on exposure to general resources including the data repository, ICPSR.

Title:Use Library Video Equipment to Make and Add Videos to your eCampus Page
Date:Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Martin Dunlap & Kenneth Wright
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Faculty, Graduate Students
Description:

Want to create short videos for your students? This workshop will cover what video equipment is available from the WVU Libraries and how to use that equipment to make a short video and edit it. It will also show the steps to upload the file to MyMediaSite in eCampus and link it to your class.

Title:Data + Donuts: First Steps with Data Sources and ICPSR
Date:Thursday, March 12, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:LC-3
Library:Health Sciences Center Library
Categories:Data
Description:

This workshop will describe the data landscape and give you tools to learn how to efficiently find data sources to suit your needs. Workshop will be lecture-based with some hands-on exposure to general resources including the data repository, ICPSR.

Title:Intro to the Engineering Village Database
Date:Thursday, March 12, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Martin Dunlap
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Research
Description:

In this introductory workshop you will learn how to use Engineering Village to create an account, look for graduate schools, look for jobs, search for articles and much much more.

Title:Data + Donuts: Text Mining with HathiTrust and Python
Date:Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Time:2:30pm - 4:00pm
Location:Classroom 136 (LL)
Library:Downtown Campus Library
Categories:Text Mining
Description:An introductory text mining workshop that will demonstrate common methods and tools used in this area of scholarship. Participants will get hands on experience using the text analysis tools provided by the Hathitrust Research Center (HTRC) and using command line to run basic text analysis with PythonAnywhere. No knowledge of text mining, HTRC, or python necessary.
Title:Using eBooks from the WVU Libraries
Date:Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Time:3:00pm - 4:00pm
Presenter:Martin Dunlap
Location:Classroom -- 130
Library:Evansdale Campus Library
Audiences:Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students
Categories:Research
Description:

How to find, use and cite eBooks from the WVU libraries' collection