Make your research easier, faster, and better!
Advance registration encouraged. Walk-ins welcome.
All current and past workshops are available by request. We are happy to talk at a faculty, department, or student meeting and can adapt our workshops to fit your schedule!
- Data Management
Managing your data well saves you time, increases the impact of your research, and can help you get grant funding. Learn how to organize, store, and share your data as well as write a data management plan.
- Data Visualization: Fundamentals
Visualizations can help both you and your readers understand your research better. Learn about the different types of visualizations and the elements of a good visualization.
Learn to organize and cite your references in multiple citation formats using EndNote. Use the Cite While You Write feature to create citations directly within a paper.
- GIS: An Introduction
Learn the basics of GIS – what it is, why it is important, and how to use it – and then use the software QGIS to create a basic map using data.
Mendeley is a web-based citation manager and academic social network. Create your own fully-searchable library, cite as you write, and annotate your PDFs. AVAILABLE BY REQUEST ONLY.
- ORCID and Google Scholar
Create and use ORCID and Google Scholar to help promote your research. Learn additional ways to increase your research visibility using social media and scholarly metrics.
- Poster Design
Learn about the key elements and design techniques for creating a research poster which will make people stop, read, think, and talk to you.
- Publish Your Research
Want to see your research published in quality publications? Learn about resources and strategies that will help you find journals that are a perfect match for your research ideas.
- Wikipedia Editing
Learn how to edit Wikipedia articles while becoming familiar with Wikipedia article structure, citations and references, and content neutrality.