National Indigenous People's Day is Friday June 21. Check out our book display all week in the lobby of Dana Porter Library.
Visit the Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre for more events happening during the week.
Join us for a talk by Pamela Dedman, PhD candidate in Feminist Philosophy at University of Waterloo.
Dedman will discuss the importance of Queer representation in media and social relations, and its role in developing autonomy and identity within the Queer community.
This workshop will provide tips and practical experience on how to write an annotated bibliography and how it can be used as part of the writing process for a literature review or thesis. Strategies for using RefWorks to assist in its creation will also be discussed. A RefWorks account and basic knowledge of/experience with RefWorks is expected. This workshop is targeted at upper-year undergraduate students and graduate students.
You already know about the Matrix Method from Literature Review Part A and have completed one. Now in Part B, learn to situate your research within the body of existing related scholarship. Bring your completed matrix and your ideas for how best to organize and present the research so that it meshes with your own contribution to the field.
In this session, participants will be introduced to copyright concepts as they apply to the writing and publication of their thesis on UWSpace. This session will cover:
- Your copyright responsibilities when writing your thesis
- Considerations for using your own work
- Considerations for using third party materials (images, figures, etc.)
Connecting to the Webinar
This webinar will be hosted using Skype. There are two options to join the webinar: