Hi SPIE! Along with the Women in Engineering Graduate Group (check out their blog here), we are organizing a workshop titled “Mastering scientific information for students in optics and physics”. Come learn how to navigate the ocean of scientific information and how to master and manage those information effectively for your research projects, applications, manuscripts, and dissertation(s).
Time: Wednesday, March 1st at 3:30 PM
Location: Goergen 108
Speaker: Linda Hasman, MSLS
Abstract: The mastering scientific information for students in optics and physics workshop provides skills-focused education to help students effectively search for information and evaluate the quality of that information. This workshop will cover resources for finding relevant literature and locating highly cited articles. This workshop will also provide students with a brief introduction to a number of tools for managing information as they develop their individual research projects, fellowship applications, manuscripts for publication, and dissertation documents.
Bio: Linda Hasman is a liaison librarian at the University of Rochester Medical Center Miner Library. She has been a medical librarian for more than 10 years. Linda supports several research and clinical departments at URMC and works with medical and graduate students. Prior to joining the staff at URMC, she worked as a medical librarian at the University at Buffalo Health Sciences Library and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) clinical research library.