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Introduction to Zotero

20 Oct 2020 10:00

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. Participants can watch the demonstration or follow along remotely through some hands-on session with exercises to learn how to use the program by doing rather than watching.

This event is open to everyone.

Food for Thought Public Lecture Series: Let's talk about transformative change, sustainability, and building a better world. Now.

20 Oct 2020 19:00
20:00

The annual Food for Thought Public Lecture Series is entering its 21st season of bringing timely science topics to the community: our neighbours, alumni, students, staff and faculty! 

This year's theme is Building Back Better: How to Sustainably Restructure Our Way of Living.

Predatory publishing: What is it and how to avoid it

21 Oct 2020 12:00

A January 2017 article in University Affairs wrote “Beware! Academics are getting reeled in scam journals”. The article highlighted some of the common fears and concerns surrounding publishing in today’s academic landscape.

Research Data Management in Depth

22 Oct 2020 14:00

This workshop will provide a more in-depth training on cutting edge topics in research data management (RDM), including security/privacy issues, ethics and compliance of sensitive data, and solutions for more complex types of data (e.g. dynamic data, big data, etc.). Attendees will learn more details about the importance of adhering to international standards in documenting data, restricting access to data, and discipline-specific issues (humanities vs. social sciences vs. STEM vs.

2020 Macdonald Campus 3MT Competition: Workshop #1

22 Oct 2020 16:00
17:00

Open to all graduate students.

McGill Virtual Open House 2020

25 Oct 2020 10:00
16:00
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Sunday, October 25, 2020 at 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Introduction to Zotero

11 Nov 2020 14:00

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. Participants can watch the demonstration or follow along remotely through some hands-on session with exercises to learn how to use the program by doing rather than watching.

This event is open to everyone

EndNote Essentials

18 Nov 2020 10:30

Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote. Learn how to organize the references in groups, produce bibliographies, attach files to your references, insert bibliographic citations in your papers in your chosen style, and more. Note: The session will be taught on Windows computers, but Mac users are also welcome to attend since the program's functionality is the same on both platforms.

This event is open to everyone

2020 Macdonald 3MT Competition

25 Nov 2020 15:30
The 3-Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) will be held online on Wednesday, November 25, starting at 15h30!

Macdonald Campus graduate student competitors will present their research in 3-minutes to a non-specialist audience with one non-animated slide (Competition Rules).

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Introduction to Zotero

2 Dec 2020 10:30

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. Participants can watch the demonstration or follow along remotely through some hands-on session with exercises to learn how to use the program by doing rather than watching.

This event is open to everyone

EndNote Essentials

3 Dec 2020 10:30

Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote. Learn how to organize the references in groups, produce bibliographies, attach files to your references, insert bibliographic citations in your papers in your chosen style, and more. Note: The session will be taught on Windows computers, but Mac users are also welcome to attend since the program's functionality is the same on both platforms.

This event is open to everyone

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