CFL Workshops: Author’s Rights and Microsoft Word
Mark your calendars for two new CFL Workshops! The library has been hosting workshops on various topics such as using citation managers, Open Access explained, and Digital Scholarship. If you are interested in any of these topics or would like to know more about our upcoming workshops, please feel free to email Brittany Fischer, Social Sciences & Scholarly Communications librarian.
November 15th @ 11am – Authors’ Rights: What to Know Before Publishing Your Work
Join Brittany Fischer and Zeineb Yousif for a presentation on navigating the complex realm of copyright, author’s rights, and journal policies. In this workshop, we will talk about copyright transfer agreements, negotiating contracts, and the benefits of protecting your rights. This will be a hybrid workshop; please use this registration link to RSVP. The Zoom link will be sent out prior to the webinar. If you have any questions about this workshop, please let either Brittany or Zeineb know.
November 17th @ 2pm – Microsoft Word 102: I’ve Typed A Bunch of Words, Now What?
On Wednesday, November 17th, at 2 PM, there will be an online workshop about formatting in Microsoft Word. This workshop is intended for undergraduate and graduate students who have used Word previously but would like to learn more about topics like inserting page numbers, adding a table of contents, and formatting images and charts. Here is the link to the registration form: https://und.libwizard.com/f/wordworkshop_1