fall 2020 - Events Calendar

fall 2020

Research Skills Webinar for Graduate Students – Citation Management: Zotero

Are you a graduate student looking to advance your research skills? Join one of McFarlin Library’s upcoming virtual webinars for TU graduate students. Register for one or both webinars and take your research skills to the next level.

Citation Management: Zotero

Learn how to utilize Zotero, a citation management software, to collect and organize references for your research projects and import citations into Word documents. 

Questions? Email april-schweikhard@utulsa.edu. 

All the Weight of Our Dreams: On Living Racialized Autism – Authors’ Panel

Two first-year writing courses are studying Lydia X. Z. Brown, E. Ashkenazy, and Morénike Giwa Onaiwu’s anthology, All the Weight of Our Dreams: On Living Racialized Autism. During this online event, anthology co-editor Lydia X. Z. Brown, along with contributor Angel McCorkle and Autistic Women and Nonbinary Network Founding Executive Director Sharon DaVanport, will discuss the anthology, share brief readings from it, and respond to student questions submitted in advance. This panel is being sponsored by the Writing Program and the English Department, Women’s and Gender Studies, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the College of Health Sciences and the Speech-Language Pathology student association.

ASL interpreters and live captioning provided.

RSVP required for attendees: sara-beam@utulsa.edu. Zoom link and password provided via email on the day of the event to registered attendees.

Research Skills Webinar for Graduate Students – Demystifying Databases: Scopus

Are you a graduate student looking to advance your research skills? Join one of McFarlin Library’s upcoming virtual webinars for TU graduate students. Register for one or both webinars and take your research skills to the next level.

Demystifying Databases: Scopus 

Learn how to utilize advanced searches in the multidisciplinary database, Scopus, including tracking, analyzing and visualizing search results.

Questions? Email april-schweikhard@utulsa.edu. 

Zoom with the Library

The library is hosting drop-in sessions at noon every Tuesday to help faculty, staff and students with research, article retrieval, Permalinks and more! Stay for five minutes or for the whole time – it’s your choice!

Join online: Zoom with the Library

Labor Day

Labor Day Holiday – University Closed, No Classes