Thursday, March 01, 2018 - 03:30pm - 05:00pm
Library Research Workshops with Dr. Tom Glynn, Political Science Librarian - March 1, 2018 -- 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm - Alexander Library, 169 College Ave, NB - Room 413
These Library Research Workshops are designed to help students in the United Nations and Global Policy Studiesprogram make the most effective use of the wide array of resources available through the Rutgers Libraries. Each workshop will introduce a similar set of databases and search strategies for political science and policy research. However, each will also be specifically tailored to the needs of the attendees; that is, before each session our UNMA program will send out a Google invite and responses are required for questions/suggestions so that our Political Science Librarian, Tom Glynn is covering the resources that the students will find most useful in their current research in the Spring 2018 semester. There will also be ample time for hands-on practice. Please join us if you want to master the tools that will make you a power researcher in the UNMA program and beyond.
Directions to Room 413, Alexander Library, 169 College Avenue, New Brunswick:
- As you enter the library, turn right and go to the new wing, the south wing.
- Turn left at the circulation desk and take either of the two elevators or the stairs to the top floor, the fourth floor.
- From the top of the stairs, walk straight back and turn left; room 413 is the second door on the right.
|Location Alexander Library, 169 College Ave, NB - Room 413|