Celebrating its fifth anniversary, Graduate Research Connections goes online for GRADReCon2020! Join us on October 29 and 30, from Noon – 4:45 p.m.
What is GRADReCon?Graduate Student Life and Mason Libraries partner with other university departments to offer various workshops designed to build your productivity, research, and writing skills essential to success in your graduate studies at Mason. GRADReCon2020 sessions are conducted via Zoom; links will be emailed to registered attendees. Visit infoguides.gmu.edu/gradrecon to register and learn more about each session. Here’s what’s in store:
Mason Libraries’ Teaching and Learning Team, together with Learning Services, The Writing Center and the Communications Center, is once again offering “Research Your Way to an A!”. This research workshop series focuses on how to research, write and present with confidence; all sessions are online, and the specific Zoom link will be emailed to registrants. Register now! #SkillsforSuccess
Mason Libraries’ Digital Scholarship Center (DiSC) is providing virtual assistance this fall. DiSC staff is available to help you with your digital scholarship needs, including finding, managing, and working with data; GIS and geospatial data; digital humanities methods and tools, and accessing and using software. Offering virtual consultations and workshops throughout the semester, DiSC is also hosting virtual drop-in hours from Noon – 4 p.m. each weekday. Visit dsc.gmu.edu to access the virtual drop-in schedule, view DiSC’s workshop schedule and more. Need help or want more information? Send us an email at email@example.com.
The 2020 ICPSR Data Fair – “Data in Real Life” – focuses a data lens on timely topics such as the elections, Black Lives Matter, the Census, higher education, immigration, COVID-19, and much more. Register now to attend.