USF Libraries is pleased to launch our 2022-23 Workshops for Researchers program, offering a wide array of research training for faculty, graduate students and USF researchers. Taught by expert faculty and librarian, our virtual workshops cover a range of essential data analysis tools, research methods, and publication strategies for the entire USF community.
New workshops available this fall cover topics such as data visualization, qualitative and text analysis tools, and best practices for effective data management and publication planning. Highlights include:
Research Methods & Analysis
Genealogical Methods & Sources for the Academic Researcher
Document Transcription Software
NVivo for Qualitative Analysis
Publication & Data Management Planning
Data Management Planning
Finding a Home for your Manuscript
Research Impact and Resources for Faculty and
Upgrading your Resume to a CV
And many more….
All workshops are taught via Teams, expanding access to students and faculty from all USF campuses. Our workshop calendar makes it easy for participants to browse workshops of interest by day and time. A library webpage archives instructor PowerPoint slides and other recommended resources for students who want to learn more.
Graduate students who attended our workshops last year reported that they plan to apply the skills and knowledge that they gained to their research (35%), for their career development (26%), and in their thesis or dissertation (20%). Faculty appreciated our workshops outlining tools and strategies to get their research noticed and cited. Participants came from across the university, Arts & Sciences (27%), USF Health (20%), Business (19%), Education (14%), Engineering (8%), and Behavioral & Community Sciences (5%).
Attend our workshops to hone your research skills, learn new tools, and help your publications get noticed!! Innovation comes in many forms, and harnessing librarian and faculty expertise to foster your research success is the heart and goal of the USF Libraries’ Workshops for Researchers program.