Dec. 1, 2023
UCalgary students, faculty and staff invited to register for Block Week workshops
During the January 2024 Block Week, UCalgary Library's Lab NEXT will run a dozen workshops and copyright sessions for students, faculty and staff. The workshops are part of the Library's commitment to support research and academic success at UCalgary.
Workshops fill up very quickly, so register today to secure your spot. If you're unable to attend these sessions, but want to stay informed about future workshops, sign up for the monthly Library Workshop newsletter!
Introduction to Research Data Management | ONLINE | Almost full
Jan 2 at 10am
Data Visualization and Tools | TFDL 440A | Waitlist
Jan 2 at 3pm
Intro to R Syntax 1 | ONLINE | Full
Jan 2 at 4pm
LaTex and Overleaf | ONLINE | Many spots available!
Jan 3 at 11am
Digital File Management | ONLINE | Many spots available!
Jan 3 at 1pm
Intro to R Syntax 2 | ONLINE | Almost full
Jan 3 at 4pm
Qualitative Data Visualization | ONLINE | Many spots available
Jan 4 at 10am
Manage Your Research Identity | ONLINE | Many spots available
Jan 4 at 10:30am
How to Make Your Work Open Access | ONLINE | Many spots available
Jan 4 at 12pm
Intro to Personal Digital Archiving | ONLINE | Many spots available
Jan 4 at 1pm
Data Visualization with Tableau | TFDL 440A | Few spots available
Jan 4 at 2pm
Addressing Research Challenges with SAGE Research Methods | ONLINE | Many spots available
Jan 5 at 11am
Reproducible Data Management with DataLad | TFDL440A/D | Many spots available
Jan 5 at 1pm
The workshops are organized and supported by Lab NEXT, located on the third floor in the Taylor Family Digital Library. Lab NEXT's mission is to facilitate interdisciplinary research, collaboration, and creation at UCalgary with state-of-the-art facilities and learning opportunities — to help you be a better student, researcher, teacher and staff member.
Copyright Guidance Sessions
Dec 12 | 12pm | Spots available
Dec 18 | 10am | Spots available
Jan 5 | 11am | Spots available
Jan 10 | 2pm | Spots available
The Copyright Office is an incredible resource for the UCalgary community. The office can review and provide copyright clearance for course materials. Submit items via the Reading List Service or send course materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.