Workshops

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The next 10 Minute Talk focusing on State-of-the-Art Reviews will be held online on Wednesday, March 21, from 12:00-12:30 pm. Visit our Research Guide to register.

The UAB Libraries 10 Minute Talks series is intended to provide detailed information on specific topics in a short amount of time to better serve the scheduling needs of busy faculty, researchers, and students. These sessions will provide information on specific topics related to research activities and will include information on relevant UAB Libraries resources. The Spring 2018 series from Lister Hill Library will focus on types of reviews with the goal of providing information on publication alternatives to systematic reviews.

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Posters are a common medium for communicating information about your research, yet poster creation itself can be frustrating and time-consuming. Join us on Monday, March 19, from 5:00-6:00 pm, for this online workshop, which will provide an introduction to poster design and will include information on using templates, effective use of images and infographics, and tips and tricks for transporting posters to off-campus locations. To register for this class, or to learn about other upcoming workshops, visit our Research Guide.

Join Dr. David Redden (School of Public Health) and Dorothy Ogdon (UAB Libraries) to learn about “Creating a Data Management Plan” for your research, on Friday, February 23, 2018, at 8:30 a.m., at UAB Lister Hill Library (Ground Floor Testing Lab G17)! This will be a two hour workshop – the first hour will be lectures and the second allowing hands on practice. For more information and to register, click here. Stay tuned for follow-up workshops on data management in March and April!

Sign up to take "Systematic Review Tools - Results Screening (Covidence & Rayyan)" on Tuesday, January 30, from 12:00-1:00pm. This online workshop will cover the features of Covidence and Rayyan, two tools to help systematic review teams collaborate in screening results. To register for this class, or to see what other workshops are being held this Spring, visit our Research Guide.