Join the Library as we celebrate the launch of the Library's first Art in the Library exhibit, Transforming Spaces.
View the exhibit and meet some of our artists!
This Fair Dealing Week, support #faircopyright by taking advantage of Creative Commons-licensed material. Creators of the images below have licensed their work CC-0, putting them in the public domain. This means that you can share, use and remix these images…into the perfect meme!
The Creative Commons motto is "When we share, everyone wins." Share your (g-rated) meme with us and win!
In this session, participants will be introduced to copyright and licensing and what rights and responsibilities they have when publishing their research.
This session includes an introduction to:
- Copyright and licensing as they apply to publication,
- Your rights as an author, and tips on how to keep them,
- Suggestions of helpful resources for publication, and
- Questionable publisher practices, and how to avoid them.
This workshop is geared towards graduate students and researchers who wish to conduct a systematic review for either a thesis, coursework or journal publication. A ‘systematic review’, as opposed to a traditional literature review, uses a structured methodology to answer a focused research question. It is transparent, reproducible, and involves an exhaustive search of the literature using explicit criteria for study selection.
Trying to create a well-researched and well-written essay? Attend the “Turbo Charge Your Term Paper” workshop to help you get started! The Library and the Writing and Communication Centre present a 30-minute lesson on addressing the most common problems in the researching and writing process, followed by time to work through your own assignment and receive one-on-one help, regardless of where you are in the researching/writing process. Attend the lesson, drop in for a consultation, or both!