Giving Tuesday is a celebration of generosity. A day to celebrate the impact of charitable giving, and to harness the generosity of people around the world to bring about change in their communities.
The Institutional Research Data Management (RDM) Strategy town hall will take place on Monday, November 21 at 10 a.m. as a hybrid event in EC5 1111 (Enterprise Theatre) and via Microsoft Teams.
Co-chairs Alison Hitchens (associate university librarian, collections, technology and scholarly communication) and Ian Milligan (associate vice-president, research oversight and analysis) will be presenting the University’s draft RDM institutional strategy on behalf of the RDM Working Group.
Join the Anti-Racism Reads online event facilitated by Kelly Laurila, PhD Lecturer from the School of Social Work, Renison University College.
Library open house with library ambassadors
The Library is here to help you succeed during your time on campus, from a quiet space to study to easy access to the information you need. Drop by Dana Porter and Davis Centre libraries to learn more about the wide range of resources and services available so they’re at your fingertips when you need them.
When is Enough, Enough? Strategies and Approaches for the Saturation Point in Information Searching and Organization
When working with graduate students, one of two major questions that arises is, "How do I know when I have enough information on my topic? What do I do when I follow tangents and have too much?"
Democracy in the Classroom Provides No Social Change: Activism at Waterloo
Since the University of Waterloo was founded over 60 years ago, activism has been an important part of student culture. Whether it has been seeking better tuition and textbook prices, or joining the world in condemning Apartheid, students have always been involved in fighting for what is right.
This series of four learning circles engages with faculty in appreciative and compassionate inquiry around TRC Call to Action 65. Both faculty and staff are welcome to attend.
Register for three events hosted by the Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Indigenous Initiatives (EDII) Team in the Office of Research.
Join us for the inaugural Indigenous-led Reading Group to be held in person and virtually.
The Centre for Teaching Excellence, The Centre for Extended Learning, and the Library are jointly hosting an informal presentation by Dr. Stéphane Bouchard, Ph.D.
University of Waterloo’s Open Scholarship Committee is thrilled to annouce a new grant opportunity: the OER Fellows Grant Program. Attend an information session to find out more about this initiative.