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Friday, January 27, 2017

Workshops for Graduate Students


The O’Neill Center for Academic Development and the St. Catherine University Libraries announce our Spring 2017 workshops for Graduate students. The dates and topics of workshops are listed below. Students in all graduate programs are being notified by email from the GSAB.

All of these workshops are face-to-face on the St. Paul campus. While we do not currently have equivalent tutorials for online and distance students, an APA research guide (under construction) will link to similar online content that may interest you.

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Workshops Offered in Spring 2017 Semester

 

Effective Writing Strategies

Saturday, February 11, 9:00 a.m. – Noon

Designed for students from any discipline who would like to learn about and get hands-on practice with writing. Issues covered include writing anxiety, understanding the importance of audience, purpose, and voice, structure in writing, and use of support. Presented by O’Neill Center staff.

 

APA Citation Style

Saturday, Feb. 11, 9-11:30  AND  Monday, February 13, 6-8:30 p.m.   (2 sessions of the same workshop offered)

For beginners or those who need a refresher. Covers formatting references in APA, in-text citing and quotes, and using the APA manual. Presented by Library staff.

 

Researching and Writing a Literature Review   NEW!

Saturday, March 11, 9:00 - Noon

For those who have never done it, the process of writing a lit review can be daunting! In this session, we will help unpack the necessary steps to research and importantly, understanding how to synthesize sources, organize and write a lit review. Students in any program and at any stage of their program may benefit from this session.

(Registration for this session opens: 8:00 a.m., Feb. 22)

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Any student currently enrolled in a St. Kate’s graduate program is invited to attend any of the workshops.  Graduate Faculty are also invited to register!

 

Registration and workshop info:
 
 
Space is limited -- Registration is required.
 



Refreshments and promotional assistance provided by the Graduate Student Advisory Board

 

Questions? Please contact Sue Gray (sagray@stkate.edu) or Patty Young (payoung@stkate.edu)

 

Please encourage graduate students to attend!!