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Zotero is a free tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. In this workshop, you will install Zotero, add sources to your library, learn the basics of organizing and managing, and create a bibliography in the citation style of your choice. Students will use Zotero to capture sources, including full-text, organize their collection, modify items, and output a bibliography manually and using word processor integration.

Tulane University provides a lot of specialized resources and services to identify funding opportunities to support your projects, research, job. In this workshop we will use some of the more "traditional" to investigate funding opportunities relevant to your field. We will also go outside the box and investigate creative ways to find relevant funding and grant opportunities that you may never have considered!

This workshop we will provide guidance and best practices for managing, safeguarding and sharing your working and archived data. We will discuss resources available to you to support these efforts as well as best practices to improcve the efficency of the research process. Topics will include (not limited to): the research data lifecycle, file naming, version control and suggestions for data sharing and storage.

Citation management tools such as Zotero, RefWorks, EndNote and Mendeley can help you to store the citations you find during your research. They all make it incredibly easy to format a reference/works cited list. Which is best for you? This workshop will provide a brief overview of each tool so you can be aware of your options before deciding what tool is best for you.

**The Zoom link will be provided immediately following registration** https://tulane.libcal.com/event/6910373?hs=a

Citation management tools such as Zotero, RefWorks, EndNote and Mendeley can help you to store the citations you find during your research. They all make it incredibly easy to format a reference/works cited list. Which is best for you? This workshop will provide a brief overview of each tool so you can be aware of your options before deciding what tool is best for you.

**The Zoom link will be provided immediately following registration** https://tulane.libcal.com/event/6908465?hs=a

Enhancing Your Grant Writing Skills with Grant Writers' Seminars & Workshops

October 12 8:30am-12:00pm: Write Winning Grant Proposals (Part I)

October 13 8:30am-12:00pm: Write Winning Grant Proposals (Part II )

October 13 1:00pm-4:00pm: NIH Career Development Award Proposals

October 14 8:30am-12:00pm: NIH Renewals & Resubmissions

Please save the date for Part 1 of the upcoming Meta-Analysis Workshop series featuring Tulane University Professor of Epidemiology, Tanika Kelly, PhD, MPH. The workshop will be held on Thursday, September 17th from 2:00-3:30 PM. The goal of the Meta-Analysis Workshop is to provide didactic training on the following learning objectives:

1. Conduct systematic literature searches using large electronic databases and other resources

In honor of Matas Library Week, explore the most transparent of all health databases, MEDLINE/PubMed and comare it to MEDLINE/EBSCO: How they are designed, what they store, and how to use their features to find a relevant, manageable selection of scholarly information. Open to all learners, regardless of discipline. Tidewater 1204. Please review this page in advance: https://libguides.tulane.edu/Matas101/FindArticles

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