Scholarly Impact Workshops for Faculty & Graduate Students
I have been researching and working with scholarly impact for several years. 2014 will be the 2nd year that the workshops have been offered as part of the Scholarly Impact Program. Last year, they were offered once per subject cluster and focused on promotion & tenure tools. This year, it will be offered three times per subject cluster February-April, with one general overview workshop in June. It will also be open to graduate students, and now focuses on the multi-functional aspects of scholarly impact in addition to promotion & tenure.
- February workshops (2-3:30 in Classroom 2):
- Arts & Humanities 17th
- Sciences 18th
- Social Sciences 19th
- March workshops (9-10:30 in Classroom 2):
- Arts & Humanities 25th
- Sciences 26th
- Social Sciences 27th
- April workshops (4-5:30 in Classroom 2):
- Arts & Humanities 15th
- Sciences 16th
- Social Sciences 17th
- June 24th workshop (2-3:30 in Classroom 2):
- all subjects (general overview)
Spring 2014 Library Workshop
There will be a COS Pivot workshop offered in the Library by URSA staff.
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 from 2:00-3:30pm
In this short course, participants will learn how to use COS-Pivot, an online funding database to locate sponsors for projects and potential research collaborators. Opportunity for hands-on practice is a part of the workshop.
To register for this workshop, go here.
Spring 2014 Faculty Workshops on Campus
Online Training Sessions (Thomson-Reuters)
Brenna's Contact Info
Library South 542
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