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Hybrid Event | Hooked: Fishing for Ted Hughes, In and Beyond the Archive

27 Oct 2022 12:00
13:00

Join ROAAr and special guest Mark Wormald for a lunchtime fishing expedition into the archives of Ted Hughes. Using Ted Hughes’ collection of poems, River, and his fishing diaries as a guide, Mark returns again and again to the places where Ted Hughes fished. At times, he uses the fly patterns Ted recommended; at others, he uses his rods.

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APA Citation Style: The Basics and Beyond

27 Oct 2022 14:00
15:30

Learn how to use APA citation style to cite your sources. Please feel free to bring along questions you have about a paper you are working on now.

 

At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:

 

- Distinguish between different types of sources (monographs, edited volumes, chapters in edited books, journal articles, etc.) to ensure you cite them correctly

- Create a bibliography and in-text citations using APA’s author-date format

MyResearch - Getting Your Research Out

31 Oct 2022 10:00
12:00

Your article is written – now what? Learn about important issues and trends in scholarly publishing such as Open Access and predatory publishing.

EndNote Essentials

2 Nov 2022 10:00
11:30

Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote.

Hybrid Event | Artist Talk: Angela Grauerholz

4 Nov 2022 16:00
17:00

Join us for an artist talk with celebrated photographer and graphic designer, Angela Grauerholz. This afternoon presentation investigates memory, the archive, and the subjectivity of vision across the artist’s own oeuvre. Grauerholz will activate ROAAr’s collections, which includes a large-scale photograph in the McGill Visual Arts Collection and Privation (2002), an artist book in Rare Books and Special Collections.

Systematic and Scoping Reviews for Health Sciences

10 Nov 2022 17:30
20:30
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EndNote Essentials

14 Nov 2022 10:30
12:00

Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote.

Introduction to Zotero

18 Nov 2022 10:00
11:00

Zotero is a free and open source software that enables you to organize your research, create bibliographies and insert citations or footnotes in your assignments. This workshop will introduce participants to the main functions of Zotero.

Research Skills for Undergraduates

21 Nov 2022 17:00
18:00

This workshop will give you the tools you need to get started and advance your research papers and projects.

Online Event | Missing Voices: South Asian Perspectives on the Gwillim Archives

30 Nov 2022 10:00
11:00

Join us for the launch of the Missing Voices: a website that explores how South Asian women create their own archives today, and how they use and experience colonial archives made by European women in India over 200 years ago.

Research Skills for Undergraduates

6 Dec 2022 10:00
11:30

This workshop will give you the tools you need to get started and advance your research papers and projects.

Hybrid Event | Warp and Weft - Weaving by the Numbers

6 Dec 2022 12:00

Weaving is both an art and a science! Explore the math and craft of weaving through the library collections and beyond with McGill librarians April Colosimo and Jacquelyn Sundberg.

Examine a late 19th century weaver’s sample book from the ROAAr collections, learn about the process and pieces of a weaving pattern, and the tools of the trade in this interactive event.

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EndNote Essentials

6 Dec 2022 14:00
15:30

Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote.

Introduction to Zotero

7 Dec 2022 14:00
15:00

Zotero is a free and open source software that enables you to organize your research, create bibliographies and insert citations or footnotes in your assignments. This workshop will introduce participants to the main functions of Zotero.

Hybrid Event | Fabricating Reams with Papeterie Saint Armand

13 Dec 2022 12:00
13:00

Paper surrounds us everyday - not only as bound books but also in the manifold examples of ephemera of our daily lives: advertisements packaging, magazines, postcards, posters, colouring books, labels, stationary and birthday streamers. Meet Denise Lapointe and David Carruthers, award-winning artisans of paper. They will share the historical origins of Papeterie Saint-Armand, their paper-making business in Montreal, and describe the materials and the intricate process of paper production.

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