As a graduate student, would you like to discover, gather, create and share your scholarly research with others who are interested in studying your area of research or with those who are interested in pursuing an exciting graduate student career like yours? If so, don’t miss out on the upcoming Graduate Student Workshop Series’ events designed just for you.
On February 18, come and learn about open access publishing, cIRcle – UBC’s Digital Repository, the GSS cIRcle Open Scholar Award; formatting tips/tricks for your thesis; building your academic profile; how to get published; and, how to measure your research impact.
Register for these Koerner Library Research Commons’ Series workshops and more at: http://elred.library.ubc.ca/libs/series/73.
Did You Know?
The GSS cIRcle Open Scholar Award showcases exemplary non-thesis manuscripts or projects that are part of graduate student coursework as approved by UBC course instructors. “The Open Scholar Award is an excellent representation of both UBC and its graduate students’ dedication to showcasing our unique intellectual output. It gives graduate students an opportunity to showcase their knowledge outside of their normal networks while encouraging the spirit of collaboration and interdisciplinarity.” — Christopher Roach, GSS President (2013-14)
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