This workshop will introduce researchers to Authorea, a helpful tool for documenting and collaborating on projects conducted in the lab, field, or archives. Authorea allows scientists and engineers to collaboratively write rich data-driven manuscripts on the web; articles that would natively offer readers a dynamic, interactive experience with an article’s full text, images, data, and code, paving the road to increased data sharing, data reuse, research reproducibility, and Open Science.
To register: Intro to Authorea: A Scientific Collaboration Tool
Do you have trouble reading your notes after class? Are you trying to write a scientific paper, but find it difficult to use Word? This workshop will introduce the LaTeX environment and provide helpful resources for new and experienced users.
To register: Intro to LaTeX
Have an upcoming presentation for finals? Planning on presenting at an upcoming conference? Attend the Dibner Library’s Research Presentation Workshop to learn about the best practices and what you should avoid in order to create an engaging research presentation.
To register: Presenting Your Research: Designing a Research Presentation
This IEEE workshop will cover the IEEE Xplore content and interface including: Searching through technical literature including patents, publishing with IEEE (conferences or journals), and job tips and tools for a successful search and interview. Lunch and prizes will be provided courtesy of IEEE!
For more information and to register: Discovering Engineering Research: IEEE Databases