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Upcoming Events

  • Writing Center Drop-In Consultations

    Event Date: 
    Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Sep. 26, 2019, 5:00pm

    UNLV students can drop-in to receive help from a Writing Center consultant in Lied Library. Writing Center consultants can help you: Brainstorm Make an outline Work on your drafts For more information about Writing Center services, visit their website at https://writingcenter.unlv.edu/.

    Event Location: 
    Amargosa Room
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    Free and open to all UNLV students
    Event Sponsor: 
    UNLV University Libraries UNLV Writing Center
  • Getting started with Zotero Citation Management

    Event Date: 
    Friday, September 27, 2019 - 10:00am to 11:30am
    Event Description: 

    Sep. 27, 2019, 10:00am

    Zotero helps you organize your PDFs and citations into a personal library and automatically create formatted notes and bibliographies. In this workshop you will save citations, store PDFs with your own notes, and create in-text citations and bibliographies in Google Docs. If your main computer is a laptop, bring it along! Participants will set up a Zotero library, save citations and annotations, and create formatted notes and bibliographies. Instructor: Priscilla Finley

    Event Location: 
    Eureka Room
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    Open to all faculty and graduate students. RSVP here.
    Event Sponsor: 
    University Libraries
  • Healing Las Vegas

    Event Date: 
    Saturday, September 28, 2019 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Sep. 28, 2019, 10:00am

    Hear the inspiring stories of the people who joined together to create the Las Vegas Community Healing Garden in the aftermath of the 1 October tragedy. This new book showcases how one community chose hope over hate, unity over despair, and built a beautiful place of healing and remembrance. Panelists include: Brad Jerbic, City of Las Vegas Jay Pleggenkuhle, garden co-founder Jessica Anderson, formerly of Get Outdoors Nevada Stefani Evans, UNLV Oral History Research Center Moderated by: Claytee White, director of the UNLV Oral History Research Center Healing Las Vegas is a collaboration between University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Get Outdoors Nevada as well as the many who survived the 1 October tragedy.

    Event Location: 
    Henderson Barnes & Noble 567 North Stephanie, Henderson, NV 89074
    Event Cost: 
    Open to the public.
    Event Sponsor: 
    University of Nevada Press, City of Las Vegas, Get Outdoors Nevada, UNLV University Libraries
  • Writing Center Drop-In Consultations

    Event Date: 
    Tuesday, October 1, 2019 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Oct. 1, 2019, 5:00pm

    UNLV students can drop-in to receive help from a Writing Center consultant in Lied Library. Writing Center consultants can help you: Brainstorm Make an outline Work on your drafts For more information about Writing Center services, visit their website at https://writingcenter.unlv.edu/.

    Event Location: 
    Amargosa Room
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    Free and open to all UNLV students
    Event Sponsor: 
    UNLV University Libraries UNLV Writing Center
  • Mendeley Collaboration Tools

    Event Date: 
    Thursday, October 3, 2019 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
    Event Description: 

    Oct. 3, 2019, 4:00pm

    Learn how to use your Mendeley library of information resources to work more efficiently with your research teams. Share folders and files, and collaboratively annotate articles to improve group communications. Participants will be able to create groups to share citation data and attached files with colleagues, collaboratively annotate attached files, and explore other ways the group can collaborate using the advanced features of Mendeley. Instructor: Sue Wainscott

    Event Location: 
    Eureka Room
    Building Name: 
    Lied Library
    Event Cost: 
    Open to all faculty and graduate students. RSVP here.
    Event Sponsor: 
    University Libraries

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