Join us at the Marston Science Library for our Fall 2013 workshop series. Participants must register in order to attend a workshop session. You can register for workshops at http://apps.uflib.ufl.edu/Registration/.
EndNote Basic is an online program that tracks, stores and manages citations. This workshop will cover importing citations, organizing and sharing references, and formatting a bibliography. Please note that EndNote Desktop will not be covered in this course.
RefWorks is an online program that tracks, stores and manages citations. This workshop will cover importing citations, organizing and sharing references, and formatting a bibliography.
RefWorks 2.0 Complete
In this workshop, you will receive an introduction to the newest version of RefWorks. You will learn how to export citations from the library catalog and journal article databases, and then how to create a bibliography using those citations. You will also see a demo of the Write-N-Cite plug-in for Microsoft Word.
Feel free to bring your own laptop.
Copyright Essentials for the Graduate Researcher
Working on your thesis or dissertation and have questions about using copyrighted works in your research or about your rights as an author? Then this workshop is for you! This workshop will answer graduate and doctoral students' copyright questions they may encounter as they write and prepare to publish their own thesis or dissertation.
Protect Your Rights as Author: Understanding Copyright and Open Access
This workshop, intended for faculty authors, will teach participants about how to learn more about the copyright policies of publishers using Sherpa/RoMEO and other resources, how to read and understand publication agreements, and how to preserve their rights as authors through open access and publication agreement addenda.
Can I Use That? Fair Use for Teaching
Can you show a movie in class? Can you distribute copies of a newspaper article? What are you allowed to post on your Sakai site? What about your students' work or their online postings? This workshop focuses on copyright issues in both the physical and online classroom. Participants will learn about the four factors of fair use, application of the TEACH Act to online teaching, and utilization of print and digital resources in their classes. Also, participants will learn how the library can help with electronic reserves and links to subscription materials. This workshop is intended for teaching faculty, instructors and graduate assistants.
The Open Access Option: How to Create, Locate, and Publish in Open Access Journals
Over the last decade, open access publishing has exploded. In this workshop, participants will learn about how to locate high quality, peer-reviewed open access journals in their field and avoid vanity presses or predatory journals that are taking advantage of the open access business model. Participants will also learn about what to consider before publishing their own open access journal and how the Open Journal System at UF can be utilized to publish their own journal. This workshop is for faculty and graduate students.