University Library Workshops

The University Library offers workshops for professional development throughout the academic year.

Balancing Fair Use and Student Access in Selecting Course Texts: A Workshop for Instructors
Wednesday, May 22
2:00–3:30 p.m.
Humanities 2, Room 259
Refreshments provided

All faculty instructors (Senate and non-Senate) are strongly encouraged to attend this workshop. Graduate student teaching fellows and associate-ins are also welcome to attend. Workshop activities will be facilitated by Phillip Longo, lecturer in the Writing Program, and Annette Marines, Arts and Humanities librarian at McHenry Library.

Quick and Dirty Data Management
Tuesday, May 14
2:00–3:00 p.m.
Graduate Student Commons

  • Learn the best practices and tools you can use for practical data management and a happier future you.
  • Start working now to ensure a future where you are secure in the existence, understandability, and reusability of your data.
  • Time will be provided to answer questions about your specific needs.
  • Librarians with experience managing data from science, social science, and humanities projects will be on hand to provide support and tips.

First Fridays: Get Organized with Zotero
Graduate Student Commons
Study Lounge 204
First Friday of Every Month of the Academic Year
April 5
May 3
June 7
1:00–2:00 p.m.

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Learn more at zotero.org.

 

Direct questions about any of the above to research@library.ucsc.edu or one of the following librarians:

Christy CaldwellChristy Caldwell
Science Librarian
caldwell@ucsc.edu
University Library

 

 

Annette MarinesAnnette Marines
Librarian, Arts and Humanities
amarines@ucsc.edu
University Library