GWRC & SWC Research and Writing Opportunities – EVEN MORE

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Graduate Writing and Research Center (GWRC)
http://ougradwritingcenter.wordpress.com/upcoming-events/

Just Write!
Alden Library Room 323, 4-5p
Friday: 2/7; 2/28; 3/14; 3/28 and 4/4, 4/11 and 4/18

“Just Write” a new Friday afternoon series.   The goal is to give you a dedicated hour of time to write with tutors on hand to offer assistance. Open to grads and undergrads.  

SPSS Workshop (hosted by Justin Purl)
Alden Library, Room 318
Wednesday, February 26, 4-5:30 

CV Workshop

Alden Library, Room 301U (Faculty Commons)
Thursday:  March 13, 3-5P

This two-hour workshop on the nuts of bolts of writing a curriculum vitae (CV).  Come with your resume and questions. 

Qualitative Data Software Workshop:  Using ATLAS Ti Qualitative Data Analysis Software
Alden Library, Room 318
Tuesday, March 18, 5-9pm

In this workshop, you will learn to use ATLAS Ti Qualitative Data Analysis Software through hands-on experience with the program. Following a walk-through of how to use the program, you will work individually or in pairs to use the program in analyzing your own qualitative data. Please bring a laptop with the software installed.  A free trial is available at http://www.atlasti.com/demo.html.  It is not currently available for the MAC, but an IPad version is also available but will not be extensively demonstrated in this workshop.  In order to make this workshop most useful, please bring electronic copies of any qualitative data you want to analyze (e.g. interview transcripts, documents, images, observation notes etc.) in PDF, word or JPG format.  You can work with audio and video files in ATLAS.   Please email Sharon Reynolds Reynols1@ohio.edu directly if you have any questions in advance. 

This workshop maxes out at 25 registrants:  Please RSVP:  gwrc@ohio.edu  

 

Student Writing Center (SWC)
http://ohiouswc.wordpress.com/workshops-study-tables/

Research and Writing Workshops
Alden Library, Room 323, 3-5
Tuesday & Wednesday:  February 25 & 26

This workshop has a dual purpose: we‘ll demonstrate how to begin researching a topic, narrowing it down along the way. We‘ll also help develop a thesis for that topic and explain what you don’t want to do with the research you find.  Subject librarians representing multiple disciplines will be available.  All academic levels welcome; but we will be focusing on undergraduate projects.  

English 1510 – Writing About Writing Tutoring (all semester)

We now have writing tutors specially designated to support English 1510 students who are using the Writing About Writing textbook. Just look for the writing center table with the English 1510 sign Mon/Wed 6-9pm and Tues/Thurs 12noon-3pm

 

 

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