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Research Services for People with Disabilities



Savvy Researcher

Most days during the fall and spring semesters, the Library's Savvy Researcher workshop series brings experts together with graduate students and faculty to explore various topics relevant to research and academic success.

Usually 45-60 minutes long, the workshops provide an introduction to concepts and tools as well as helping make a contact with whom you could follow up for in-depth questions. All instructors will do their best to accommodate your unique research needs.

To view the current schedule, visit the Savvy Researcher calendar. Registration is requested by clicking on the date you want to attend. Classes are limited to 20 attendees. (A wait list of 5 people will kept and they will be notified the day before if space becomes available.) All classes are held in the Main Library, Room 314, unless otherwise noted. You can bring your own laptop or use one of our desktop computers for use during hands-on activities.

Also watch for weekly reminders about the Savvy Researcher series in the GradLinks e-mail and via Twitter from @ScholCommons.

Resources in the Scholarly Commons

Expert: Merinda Kaye Hensley

Related library web pages: Learn to use the Library, teaching and learning, the Savvy Researcher workshops