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Research Week at UNLV: University Libraries’ Events & Workshops

By Michael Yunkin on October 8, 2015 2:07 PM | Permalink

Libraries Open House

From 10am - 12pm on Tuesday, October 13th, visit Lied Library to:

  • Learn more about resources and services that can support your research
  • Meet Library Faculty and Library Staff to discuss how they can help with your research and teaching needs
  • Hear about the research of Library Faculty
  • Tour Lied Library

Refreshments will be provided!

Research Week Workshops at Lied Library

Identifying External Funding Opportunities
Learn about resources and strategies to locate grant and fellowship opportunities that can support your education and research.
2pm - 3pm, Tuesday, October 13, Rhyolite Room, 1st floor Lied Library

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References, Citations, and Referencing Tools
Learn best practices and tools to avoid plagiarism and provide appropriate citations in your work.
Hear from a panel of graduate students about what reference tools they use.
3pm - 5:30 pm, Tuesday, October 13, Amargosa Room, 1st floor Lied Library

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Other Research Week Events at Lied Library

Research Week at UNLV Kickoff Event
Provost Welcome: Nancy Rapoport and Keynote Speaker: Bo Bernhard
"Why Las Vegas Is Smart: How the Science of Intelligence Bends in the Direction of UNLV"
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m Monday October 12th, Goldfield Room, 3rd Floor Lied Library

RSVP required to

Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) Webcast on Public Access Policy Compliance
As US federal agencies continue to release their plans in response to the 2013 White House Directive, universities are considering how best to ensure compliance with these emerging new requirements.  Join this Research week webinar to hear from a panel of experts at the forefront of these compliance efforts.
10am – 11am, Wednesday October 14th, Amargosa Room, 1st Floor Lied Library

No registration required