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The Auburn University Libraries Savvy Researcher Boot Camp is a one-day event, featuring workshops led by faculty and staff from Auburn University Libraries, Academic Writing, Academic Support, and QMER. Whether you want to locate scholarly sources, write a literature review, manage citations or data, or publish your work, Savvy Researcher workshops will help you become a better and more effective researcher. Pick and choose the workshops that interest you.

A special lunchtime presentation will feature a panel of Auburn faculty members, who will share tips and strategies for success in graduate school.

When: Saturday, June 4, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.Where: Ralph Brown Draughon, or RBD, Library himself.Register here.

The workshops include:

Literature review writing, offered by University Writing.NEW: Introduction to APA writingFind sources for your literature reviewGoogle Scholar tips and tricksNEW: Google TranslateNEW: Market demographics and consumer behaviorNEW: Artstor Image LibraryIntroduction to Systematic ReviewsIntroduction to Zotero | Mendeley ClinicPublish your workResearcher & Student Success, offered by Academic Coaching.NEW: Guided Tour of Digital Scholarship ToolsNEW: Get started with NVivoData management for scientific workflowsNEW: Project management with Git/GitHubNEW: Census data location on race and ethnicityIntroduction to LaTeX | LaTeX: Bibliographies, Images, Tables

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