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Harnessing Databases Seminar Slide Deck

We wrapped up our second and final session of “Harnessing Databases for Better Research” and most of our attendees wanted to get a copy of the slide deck we used.  Here’s the link: HarnessingDatabases_Fall2012 Next semester we’re planning more seminars … Continue reading

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New Seminar: Research Skills for Engineers

Introducing a new series of seminars designed to address the research needs of engineering graduate students. Harnessing Databases for Better Research October 31st from 10AM to 11:30 Room 314 – Caruth Building Specialized databases have moved beyond simply searching an … Continue reading

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IEEE Xplore Training Opportunities

If you want to improve your use of IEEE Xplore, here is news about upcoming online training sessions: IEEE is dedicated to bringing you the most cutting-edge technology information through the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Training webinars offer the opportunity … Continue reading

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Take Our Survey: Using Research Databases Seminar

An important difference between the undergraduate and graduate engineering student experience is the role of research.  Whether taking the thesis or non-thesis option, master-degree seeking students are expected to conduct research in the professional literature.  While Google is easy to … Continue reading

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