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  • Oct 4

    Scholarly Publishing: What you need to know about Copyright, Fair Use & Avoiding Plagiarism

    The dissertation is often a first major publishing experience for a graduate student.  Did you know that you own thecopyright on your work until you transfer copyright to a publisher?  Come to this session and learn about your rights as an author.  This workshop will also review how to make a fair use determination, how and when it possible to use copyrighted materials in your dissertations, and how to avoid plagiarism.

    Registration form available at https://goo.gl/forms/M1IQEMbiAHAgJATf1

    Link to attend workshop: https://uiclibrary.adobeconnect.com/r9fyzjlstek/

  • Oct 5

    Discover the New RefWorks

    In this workshop, participants will learn about the features and functionality of the new version of RefWorks. Learn how to create accounts, import citations, create bibliographies, and more. Appropriate for those using the current version of RefWorks as well as those brand new to citation management systems.

    Register for Discover the New RefWorks

  • Oct 6

    What is an ORCID ID and why should you get one?

    Have you been asked for an ORCID ID when submitting a manuscript to a journal or in grant submission systems? Do you have a common name or have publications under different aliases? Would you like to keep track of your research outputs all in one place? Attend this online workshop to learn more about ORCID IDs and why you should get one, how to get your free ORCID ID, and how to set up your ORCID profile.

    ORCID is increasingly integrated into research systems, including ScienCV. Some funders (such as the Department of Energy) and publishers (such as PLOS and Nature), want you to provide your ORCID ID when you submit a proposal or manuscript. ORCID stands for Open Researcher and Contributor Identification. The purpose of ORCID is to disambiguate authors of scholarly work and to better connect researchers to their research output and to each other. ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from other researchers.

    Register for What is an ORCID ID?

  • Oct 6

    Chicago Design History Guided Tour

    One of the collecting strengths of the UIC Special Collections and University Archives is Chicago design history.  Holdings include records of the 27 Chicago Designers, the Society of Typographic Arts, and the Institute of Design.

    Visit UIC’s Richard J. Daley Library to take a guided tour of a new design exhibit, view additional materials and hear more about Chicago design history.

    This event is part of Chicago Open Archives.

  • Oct 11

    Image of Research opening reception

    The opening reception for the 2016 Image of Research exhibit takes place on Tuesday, October 11, 2 – 4 p.m., in Daley Library room 1-470. 

    The Image of Research is an interdisciplinary competition sponsored by the UIC Graduate College and the University Library.  Students submit images with aesthetic appeal that represent their research. The 2016 winners, honorable mentions and finalists will be on display in the Daley Library through January 31, 2017.

    Previous years' winners are available online in UIC's digital collections.

  • Oct 12

    Mendeley Basics

    In this workshop, you will be introduced to Mendeley, a free reference manager and academic social network. You will learn how to set up an account, save citations, and create bibliographies.

    Register for Mendeley Basics

  • Oct 12

    Introducing the New RefWorks

    Discover what’s new in this powerful bibliography management service. Now, not only can you capture and store your citations and easily generate a bibliography, you can also read and annotate full-text documents and organize your data by using tags.

    Register online at https://goo.gl/forms/IjdX9UxaBxKiuN762

  • Oct 13

    An Introduction to CINAHL

    A 30 minute online introduction to the CINAHL database, plus time for questions. Learn how to conduct a basic search for literature in CINAHL, successfully refine your searches using limits, and find an article in full text through UIC.

    Register for An Introduction to CINAHL.

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