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Feb. 20, 2018

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The Library is continuing to enhance and expand its ongoing program of graduate student research workshops in the winter 2018 academic term.

The workshops, which are offered in person at the Waterloo campus Library and online via webinar, are open to all Laurier graduate students and faculty members.

“We all know that research is an important skill, and like most skills it can be greatly improved through training,” said Joanne Oud, coordinator of instruction at Laurier’s Library. “Our workshops are designed to help our graduate student scholars to become more skilled and effective researchers.”

This term’s offerings include a wide range of topics designed to help graduate students streamline their research process:

  • Research fundamentals for grad students
  • Citing insights: tools to help you cite
  • Using StatCan and Ipsos Canada data
  • Planning a literature review
  • Creating a research question
  • Keeping your research data safe: data management
  • How to conduct a systematic review
  • Graduate researcher’s toolkit

For more information and to register for a workshop, visit or contact Joanne Oud at


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