Indian Horse Book Club Meeting
An opportunity to gather and discuss the novel by Canadian Richard Wagamese, Indian Horse.
Book club meetings are open to all and will be a casual and inclusive gathering to discuss Indian Horse and its various themes.
Come to one, come to all! Don't feel like you need to have finished (or even started!) the book.
All will be held in L-226 Coutts Library (second floor study lounge, very comfy, bring a drink or a snack if you wish).
Finding the Gold Needles in the Haystack: Advanced Literature Search Strategies
Join us for a hands-on workshop to learn about different search strategies, staying up-to-date on the literature, and knowing when to say stop. Who: By Education and Arts librarians, For graduate students What: How to search for literature like a pro with advanced strategies
November 6, 10:00am-12:00pm, H.T. Coutts Library Lab
November 18, 6:00-8:00pm, ECHA L1-250
November 19, 1:30-3:30pm, Rutherford South 203
Please register at least 3 days prior to the session.
Scholarly Identities(y): Distinguish Yourself and Your Research
Your research is unique ... but is your name? This workshop will demonstrate how you can establish your scholarly identity, ensure you are getting cited for your publications using resources/tools that will solve author disambiguation issues and promote your work.
Audience: grad students, faculty, research officers | When: Wednesday, November 19 from 12:00 to 13:00 | Where: Cameron Library Lab 1-30 | Who: Diane Clark