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Graduate Research Information Program (G.R.I.P.) Workshop Calendar
Conducting a Literature Review (Research & Ethics)
A literature review requires the writer to extensively gather and analyze scholarship related to their topic, to explain how their work fits into the larger conversation, and to justify their own research project. This session will help you find the most relevant and useful sources to review the literature related to your research question and to keep track of what you find.
Data Organization with Excel I
Emphasizes basic concepts such as data import/export, validation, and filtering with the goal of minimizing data corruption.
Data Organization with Excel II
Builds on Excel I and includes working with external data sources, data conversion, and Pivot Charts.
Deciding Where to Publish or Present Your Work
Are you having trouble choosing the best place to publish or present your work? Which publications have the biggest impact? This workshop will provide a general overview of factors to consider when choosing venues to publish and present. We will include a discussion of available tools and resources you can use to gather information and make informed decisions.
An introduction for new users. Endnote Basic is a citation management program that is free to Purdue . Besides helping your organize your readings, it integrated with MS Word so you can automatically insert citations into your papers.
Intercultural Communication and Mentoring
Intercultural mentoring requires both the mentor and mentee to fluidly move between general situational awareness, cultural situational awareness and situation specific awareness. This project investigates the efficacy of online modules in developing cultural situational awareness among mentors.
Introduction to Research Data with ICPSR
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) is an international consortium of more than 750 academic institutions and research organizations, ICPSR provides leadership and training in data access, curation, and methods of analysis for the social science research community. ICPSR maintains a data archive of more than 250,000 files of research in the social and behavioral sciences. This workshop will cover: finding data, website orientation, downloading data, setting up a MyData Account, and search strategies.
Using Social Media in Your Research - Part 1 Twitter Archiving & Google Sheets
Social media data is increasingly used in research across a wide range of disciplines, but incorporating social media into your research can pose many practical and theoretical challenges. This session will introduce key steps in accessing social media data for your project and will introduce a free tool for scraping Twitter data.
Using Social Media in Your Research - Part 2 APIs and Netlytic
In accessing and analyzing social media data, Application Programming Interfaces (API) are an essential component of accessing and analyzing data. In this workshop, we will discuss some of the important APIs and how to apply for access. This session will also introduce a free tool for scraping Twitter data, YouTube comments, and Reddit data.
Using Voyant Tools for Systematic Review Searches
Learn to use Voyant Tools to analyze text from citations to build more robust and comprehensive search strategies. Learn systematic processes for testing and developing.
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