The Graduate Center Library is offering a series of workshops on collecting, analyzing, and mapping data for social justice. Register for one or all three sessions by clicking the title of the workshop. Questions? Contact the reference desk by phone 212.817.7077 or email.
Data for Social Justice part 1: Finding Data March 6, 6.30-8pm
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The library is offering basic and advanced SPSS workshops in March. Register by clicking on the title. Questions? Contact the Reference Dept at 212.817.7077 or by email
Basic SPSS March 5, 6.30-8pm
This class will give a general overview of the SPSS statistical package: What is it? What can it do? What do you need . . . → Read More: SPSS Workshops Register Now!
Want to create a website to showcase your academic work? Organizing a conference and need an accompanying website? Interested in starting your own blog? WordPress allows you to do all this and more with ease. Join Stephen Klein, GC Digital Services Librarian, for a hands-on introduction to the blog and website platform WordPress, Thursday March . . . → Read More: WordPress Workshop: March 6
Overwhelmed with all of the article citations and PDFs that you gather while doing research? Tired of manually entering citations and bibliographies into your papers? Want to share your research resources with a larger academic community? You should consider using a reference manager such as Zotero or RefWorks. The library is offering hands-on workshops of . . . → Read More: Bibliographies Made Easy (updated)
Research Metrics for the Rest of Us
Come learn how scholarly output is measured (through impact factors, citation counts, h-index and more!) and why it matters for you
When: Thursday, Nov. 21, 4.15-5.15 pm
Where: C196.03 (concourse level of the library)
Planning for Data Management
This workshop introduces best practices . . . → Read More: Workshops: Research Metrics and Data Management, 11/21
Research in Art and Art History: An Orientation to Resources at the New York Public Library (this workshop takes place at the NYPL) Wednesday, Nov. 20th 6-7 pm
Librarians and curators from the Art & Architecture and Photography Divisions will go over how to locate items across the Library’s special collections, begin more specific research . . . → Read More: Workshop: Research in Art History at NYPL, 11/20
The library is offering hands-on training of the citation managers Zotero and RefWorks Nov. 11-13. Both Zotero and RefWorks provide an easy solution to managing pdfs and citations. They also make creating bibliographies and entering references into papers a breeze.
Zotero for the Sciences Monday, Nov. 11, 12-1 pm
Zotero for the Health Sciences Monday, . . . → Read More: Zotero & RefWorks Workshops Nov. 11-13
Don’t delay! Register now for the following workshops taking place on Tuesday, Oct. 22 both classes will be taught by visiting librarian Meg Smith.
Intro to ArcGIS- This workshop will introduce the ArcMap user interface and the fundamentals of interacting with spatial datasets in ArcGIS mapping software. RSVP Tuesday, Oct. 22, 4.15-5.15 pm Research Metrics . . . → Read More: Workshops Oct. 22 – ArcGIS and Research Metrics
Register now for the following workshops taking place in October and November! All classes will be taught by visiting librarian Meg Smith.
Intro to ArcGIS- This workshop will introduce the ArcMap user interface and the fundamentals of interacting with spatial datasets in ArcGIS mapping software. RSVP for either session Tuesday, Oct. 22, 4.15-5.15 pm Thursday, . . . → Read More: ArcGIS, Data Mgt, and Research Metrics Workshops
Archives, Rare Books and Databases for Scholarly Research:
An Orientation to Resources at the New York Public Library
This fall NYPL will offer two one-hour instructional course aimed at graduate research focusing on fulltext databases not otherwise available at the CUNY Graduate Center, as well as helping researchers to locate items . . . → Read More: Workshops at the NYPL Schwarzman Bldg