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Wednesday, April 23rd 2014

RCR Workshop - Research Misconduct

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

Dr. Kondraske recently served as the chair of a panel investigating an allegation of research misconduct. This workshop will provide a brief review of basic information regarding research misconduct and will then focus on sharing observations and experiences from this recent investigation experience. This will include the type of misconduct investigated, the investigative process, and comments regarding the wide-ranging impact of what may appear to some to be a simple case of "taking liberties" with the facts in the conduct of research.

Contact: Lisa Berry

12:00pm–1:00pm

Chemistry and Physics Building, Room 303

37 Seats Available

 

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Monday, April 28th 2014

Publishing in Scholarly Professional Journals

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle · Late

Dr. Elbert Glover, Professor and Chair in the Department of Behavioral and Community Health, Maryland School of Public Health, University of Maryland College Park will share insight with participants on publishing in scholarly professional journals.

Contact: Lisa Berry

12:00pm–1:00pm

Pickard Hall, Room 204

17 Seats Available

 

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Unscheduled Workshops / Events

"Summer is Here" Annual Graduate Student Senate Social!

Social · Early · Middle · Late

Meet your fellow members at Blaze's Sports Grill for food, fun, and drinks. Check out the venue's Facebook page for the menu.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

ACES: Enhancing the Effectiveness of Oral and Poster Presentations

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle · Late

SUBMITTING A PAPER? Learn how to translate jargon-laden research to an audience outside academic specialties. Squeeze research and results into an efficient and effective 15-minute talk with tips from Dr. David Silva, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs (2:00 pm-3:00 pm). SUBMITTING A POSTER? Learn how to present like an expert researcher with tips and tricks from Dr. Jackson, Associate Dean of the Graduate School (3:00-4:00 pm).

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Beyond Compliance: Re-Examining Professional Ethics in the Workplace

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle · Late

In this presentation, Dr. Jotterand will examine the current emphasis on compliance in professional ethics. Responsible conduct of research requires compliance with federal and states laws. As such these laws provide a framework to determine instances of scientific misconduct. He argues, however, that compliance alone limits the scope of ethical analysis because of its emphasis on abstract principles and norms, and its failure to fully capture the complexity of moral life. He contends that professional ethics ought to be grounded on a virtue-based ethic. Virtue ethics provides a deeper understanding of human moral psychology essential for the development of a professional identity. This in turn requires an understanding of the nature of one's profession, its role in society, and its moral obligations

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

CIRLT Network: First Generation Students

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle · Late

Students' Experiences: Lessons Learned and Recommendations for College Professors Increasing the number of minority and first generation college students in higher education is a top educational priority. Join the discussants as they share their experiences working with these students in a variety of educational settings, including high schools, community colleges and traditional four year universities. http://www.cirtl.net/events

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Curriculum Vitae & Resume Critiques

Professional · Middle · Late

Bring your CV or Resume and have a professional take a look! Get immediate feedback on existing job application materials, such as CVs, resumes, cover letters, and statements of purpose. Or, bring your laptop computer and work one-on-one with editors throughout the session. You can arrive with a blank page, start from scratch, and leave with a CV that is application-ready. SNACKS PROVIDED!

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Dissertation Lab

Academic · Late

D-Lab furnishes an environment and support for intense, focused and productive writing. The program provides participants with the structure and motivation to overcome typical roadblocks in the dissertation process. Our goal is to assist each participant in making significant progress towards completing their dissertation. The D-Lab summer session will be held May 21, 22, and 23. Students must submit an application to attend this 3-day workshop. Please email Lisa Berry (lberry@uta.edu) for additional information.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Dissertation Writing Group

Academic

Do you have trouble locating a quiet place to write? Would you like to discuss your writing or organization with a trained tutor? Sign up now to work in a quiet, supportive environment that allows for intense, focused, and productive writing. A writing tutor will be available for consultation, but the purpose of this event is focused writing. No content will be presented. After registering to attend the event, email Lisa Berry (lberry@uta.edu) for location information. If you do not own a laptop computer, one can be provided for you. Include this information in your email.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

DSPRO Student Training - Online

Academic · Early · Middle · Late

This workshop will provide information on the DSPRO system.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Elements of Effective Poster Presentations

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

How do you create a Poster Presentation for a conference? Dr. Joe Jackson, Office of Graduate Studies Associate Dean, unlocks the mystery and provides practical advice for creating effective posters.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

External Graduate Fellowship (EGF) Workshop #1 - General information session and panel discussion

Academic · Early · Middle

Interested in funding your graduate education to the tune of 30,000 - 40,000 per year? Learn about several federally funded grant opportunities for graduate students. Information about federally funded fellowships will be presented and a panel of former fellowship winners will discuss the programs, describe the selection process, and offer advice on submitting a winning application. This is part of a 3 part workshops series. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

External Graduate Fellowship (EGF) Workshop #2 - Writing a winning personal statement

Academic · Early · Middle

The experts at the writing center will discuss tips and tricks for writing a personal statement that is well formed and packed with quality content. Be sure to bring a rough draft to work with during the session.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

External Graduate Fellowship (EGF) Workshop #3 - Writing a proposed plan of research

Academic · Early · Middle

The experts at the writing center will discuss the art of crafting a solid plan of research. Most funding agencies require this as part of the application process and certain areas of content are expected. Increase your chances of securing funding by learning the content and formatting requirements of a competitive research proposal. Be sure to bring a rough draft to work with during the session .

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Funding your Graduate Education (webinar)

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle · Late

Webinar provided by the Institute for Broadening Participation. Preregistration is required. Please sign up and pre-share your questions with us at http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/webinarregistration.aspx?eventID=EVE-20140408-02 An experienced panel will share their perspective on funding your graduate education.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Future Faculty & GTA Workshop 1: Engaging Undergraduate Students

Professional · Early

Strategies for encouraging your undergraduate students to assume a more active role in the learning processes. Presented by David Silva, Ph.D., Vice Provost for Academic Affairs

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Future Faculty & GTA Workshop 2: Plagiarism in the Classroom

Professional · Early

Preventing, spotting and dealing with plagiarism.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Future Faculty & GTA Workshop 3: GTA Handbook Overview

Professional · Early

The basics of being a GTA at UTA. Presented by Raymond L. Jackson, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Graduate Studies (Lunch will be provided)

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Future Faculty & GTA Workshop 4: Classroom Management

Professional · Early

Effective strategies for managing large class sizes, disruptive students, records and paperwork, and other common issues.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Future Faculty & GTA Workshop 5: True Tales from the Classroom

Professional · Early

A panel of experienced GTAs shares their experiences and takes questions from the audience about the reality of being a Graduate Teaching Assistant at UT Arlington.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Future Faculty & GTA Workshop 6: Get ON-TRAC

Professional · Early

The Organizational Network for Teaching as Research Advancement and Collaboration (ON-TRAC) was established with the goal of building a national faculty in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) committed to enhancing undergraduate STEM education. Learn about how ON-TRAC helps STEM graduate and postdoctoral students develop effective teaching strategies for diverse learners. Although teaching and learning in STEM disciplines is emphasized, GTAs in other disciplines are welcome to attend. Presented by Kevin Schug, Ph.D., Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Get Published!! Demystifying the Search for Scholarly Impact

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

Are you looking to publish but not sure what journals to target? Learn to assess the relevance of journals in your field. If you are already published, discover who is citing your work and find out your impact factor. Get the skills needed to identify other scholars for collaborative research and future publications.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

GMAP training for faculty and staff

Professional · Early

Office of Information Technology staff will present information on creating and editing GMAPS. This training will only discuss GMAPs and not undergraduate reports. A portion of the training will be dedicated to answering participant questions; please bring student IDs if you have questions about specific student GMAPS.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Graduate Student Senate

Social

The Graduate Student Senate (GSS) is the official representation for graduate students at UT Arlington. Members are appointed to serve on over 20 University committees, insuring graduate students a voice in the University community. GSS considers resolutions to improve grad student life on campus, hosts guest speakers to discuss current issues at the University, creates ad-hoc committees to research potential changes in University policy that may impact grad students, and assists with Graduate Forums like ACES and GradFest. Members participate in community service projects such as The Big Event and attend social events for graduate students and faculty.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Graduation Workshop - Online

Academic · Late

At this session you will be informed of all the important dates and deadlines you need to follow in your final term, how to apply for graduation to be awarded your degree, and the difference between graduation and the commencement ceremonies.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

GTA Workshop - Engaging Students Follow-up

Professional · Early

Strategies for encouraging your undergraduate students to assume a more active role in the learning processes. Presented by Dr. David Silva.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

I Engage Mentoring Networks Come and Go Information Session

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

Graduate students interested in the I-Engage Mentoring Networks program should attend this come-and-go information session. One-time support of 1000 will be awarded for mentoring projects cultivating mentoring networks with UT Arlington faculty, faculty from other colleges or universities, retired faculty, industry leaders, advanced graduate students, or peers. All doctoral and doctoral-bound students and students earning a Master of Fine Arts or Master of Architecture are eligible to apply.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

I Engage Mentoring Programs

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

Do you have questions about the I Engage Mentoring Program? Ask them from the comfort of home or any location during this online information session. The link to join the conversation will be emailed to you after you register for the event.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

I-Engage Mentoring Program Come and Go Information Session

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

The IM Program will provide doctoral and doctoral-bound students who have completed 30 hours of graduate study an opportunity to gain teaching and mentoring experience by serving as a research mentor to a UT Arlington undergraduate. Graduate students will receive a 400 stipend during the term in which they participate in the project. Please visit the grad.uta.edu/iengage for additional information.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

I-Engage Program - Meet your Mentor Match

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

Graduate students interested in the I-Engage Mentoring program should attend this workshop. The information session provides graduate and undergraduate students an opportunity to learn more about the program, meet potential mentors and mentees, and get tips on writing a competitive application.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

International Student Q&A Panel and Social

Academic · Social · Early · Middle

Bring your toughest questions to our panelists! Consisting of experienced, International and American graduate students, the panel is open to all students with questions about succeeding in graduate school academics, adjusting to life in a new region, and exploring all that DFW has to offer. Learn the best kept secrets on transportation, food & drink, campus life, and shopping! After the Q&A - get ready for a party! Socialize with friends and meet new students from around the world. Food and drinks will be served.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Life in Academia: Preparing to Secure Tenure and Beyond

Academic · Early

Numerous graduate students complete their Ph.D. with no clear expectations of what is involved in securing tenure or the difference between Associate and Full professors. This workshop will deal with some of the basic life issues of life in academia including how to get promotion from assistant to associate to full professor.

 

Life is Hectic; Let's Make a Plan: Time Management

Social · Early

Take charge of your schedule and avoid procrastination. Learn how to make the best use of your class syllabus in order to manage your time effectively, as well as how to plan for relaxation, fun, and academic responsibilities! Join us for this ONLINE workshop to learn effective time management strategies that you can implement right away to instantly increase your productivity.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Literature Reviews in Business and Engineering

Academic · Early

The "literature" of a literature review refers to any collection of materials on a topic. A review does not necessarily mean that your reader wants you to give your personal opinion on whether or not you liked these sources. This workshop will examine the criteria for literature reviews in the Business and Engineering disciplines and in different writing assignments. Participants are encouraged to bring a sample literature review they have written and/or sources that can be used to begin writing an effective literature review.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Literature Reviews in the Liberal Arts

Academic · Early

The "literature" of a literature review refers to any collection of materials on a topic. A review does not necessarily mean that your reader wants you to give your personal opinion on whether or not you liked these sources. This workshop will examine the criteria for literature reviews in the Liberal Arts disciplines and in different writing assignments. Participants are encouraged to bring a sample literature review they have written and/or sources that can be used to begin writing an effective literature review.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Literature Reviews in the Sciences

Academic · Early

The "literature" of a literature review refers to any collection of materials on a topic. A review does not necessarily mean that your reader wants you to give your personal opinion on whether or not you liked these sources. This workshop will examine the criteria for literature reviews in Science disciplines and in different writing assignments. Participants are encouraged to bring a sample literature review they have written and/or sources that can be used to begin writing an effective literature review.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Managing Stress: Multiple Roles and Responsibilities of Graduate Students

Social · Early · Middle · Late

Family, work, financial pressures, relationships, academic responsibilities. This workshop will address self expectations as well as as expectations of others (professors, spouse/partners, children, other family members, supervisors); realistic goal setting; maintaining physical health (importance of sleep, nutrition, exercise); identify self-care behaviors/stress management techniques.

Contact: Oschuwa Coleman

 

MAVS Talk Group - Counseling and Psychological Services

Social · Early

An opportunity to explore issues in a small group, receive support, and learn from fellow students.

Contact: Vivkie Goins

 

Mentoring 101

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle

Effectively managing your mentoring relationships means understanding the roles and responsibilities of being a mentor and a mentee. Associate Dean, Dr. Raymond L. Jackson will discuss developing your mentoring philosophy and practice as well as getting the mentoring you need. This workshop provides ON-TRAC credit.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Mentoring and Value-Added Teaching and Research

Professional · Early · Middle · Late

This workshop is designed to facilitate cross-disciplinary discussions about the importance of and strategies for effective and impactful mentoring. The session is co-hosted by Dr. Sajal Das, Professor of Computer Science Engineering and Graduate Dean's Excellence in Doctoral Student Mentor Award recipient, and the Graduate School. The session will include an opening address by Dr. Das on Mentoring and Value-Added Teaching and Research, breakout sessions covering a variety of topics related to mentoring and a panel discussion and audience Q&A. Faculty from all disciplines are invited to attend.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Mentoring Workshop

Academic · Professional · Social · Early · Middle · Late

Dr. Pranesh Aswath, recipient of the 2012/2013 Outstanding Doctoral Mentoring Award, and the Division of Faculty Affairs host this year's Faculty Mentoring Workshop. This event is open to current UTA faculty, staff, and graduate students.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

MOOCs: Connectivism & Coherence

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle · Late

George Siemens, Research Professor and Executive Director of the Learning Innovation and Networked Knowledge (LINK) Lab at UT Arlington.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Navigating Online Career Information

Professional · Early · Middle

Learn to navigate the online world of career information. Find out more on resources for career assessments, job information, industry growth, salaries, and tasks associated with the newest job titles. Put all of it together to get the big picture a" knowing your labor market will help you find job openings, get the position, and get the pay you deserve.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Negotiating a Postdoc Position

Professional · Late

Join a webinar hosted by the Institute for Broadening Participation on Tuesday, April 30th at 6 p/m/ CENTRAL (7 p.m. Eastern time). An experienced panel (both current postdocs and faculty members) will share their perspectives on this topic, followed by a Question & Answer period. Preregistration is requested! Simply sign up for the event below, through EDGE and we'll send you the information you need.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

New Graduate Student Orientation

Academic · Professional · Social · Early

The Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) hosts an annual New Graduate Student Orientation (NGSO) session at the beginning of each fall semester. This is a voluntary event and does not replace the required international student orientation or any department-specific orientations. NGSO provides important information regarding on-campus services and opportunities available to graduate students.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Oral Presentation Skills

Professional · Middle

How do you translate jargon-laden research to your lay audience? How to you squeeze your research and results into an effective 15-minute talk? This workshop provides tips for organizing and presenting your research at a conference.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Practical Advice on Writing Conference Abstracts

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

This workshop will provide participants with insights as to what makes some conference abstracts successful and others less so. Examples from actual conference abstracts will be presented and analyzed for clarity, audience-awareness, and potential red flags. In addition, participants will have an opportunity to have one of their own abstracts peer-reviewed. (For this exercise, participants must come to the workshop with two copies of a one-page abstract, approximately 250-400 words.)

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Prioritize: The Skeleton Key for Success (Wired Coffee and Papers)

Academic · Early

The transition to graduate school will prove challenging at times. The work load will be heavy. You will have to juggle class assignments, general program requirements, family obligations and your financial responsibilities. But setting priorities early and keeping calm can help you ensure a successful and personally fulfilling graduate student experience. Above all, keep your cool and allow yourself time to adjust to a new routine. Graduate school is a major life change, and even good changes carry certain levels of stress.

 

Quick Tips to Improve your Writing

Academic · Early

Experienced writing tutor, Todd Womble, will present basic ideas and tips to quickly improve your writing a" a must for graduate school.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

RCR - Animal Research

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle

Dr. Mike Roner will present Responsible Conduct of Research in Animal Research. This workshop is part of the RCR certification program. Reservations REQUIRED. Lunch provided.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

RCR Workshop - Authorship/Publication/Peer Review

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

As part of a new series on Responsible Conduct of Research, this workshop will cover authorship, publication, and peer review. The workshop is being led by Dr. J.C. Chiao, winner of the prestigious O'Donnell Award in Engineering for 2011. Lunch will be served.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

RCR Workshop - Managing Your Research Data

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle

Ensure the utility of your research results by applying the principles of research integrity. Learn specific phases for working with data. Discover the best practices necessary to maintain data integrity so that your results are useful to the expansion of your field. Lunch will be provided!

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

RCR Workshop - Moral Dilemmas in Research

Academic · Professional

Find out more about the conceptual frameworks used to examine moral dilemmas in the design and completion of research projects. Hear Dr. Maria Martinez-Cosio, Dr. Alexa Smith-Osborne, Dr. Ken Williford, and Dr. Tim Henry speak about their experiences with morality in past research. Then, join in on the discussion, share your opinion, and learn where your peers stand on issues regarding responsible research.

Contact: Oschuwa Coleman

 

RCR Workshop - Research Ethics & Compliance

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

What can you do while conducting or reporting your research findings? What should you do? Is there a difference and how do you know what is right? In this workshop, discuss research ethics and compliance and discover the answers to these questions.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

RCR Workshop - The Relationship Between IRB & RCR

Academic · Professional · Middle · Late

What is considered research when human subjects are involved? What is the IRB and what does it do? Why do I have to get IRB approval? How do I get my application for research approved? What happens after I get approval? These questions will all be answered at this RCR workshop.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Ref Works

Academic · Early

Learn how to export article citations and sources from databases and Google Scholar. Use RefWorks to create a list of references for your bibliography, formatted according to your choice of style. Learn how Microsoft Word and RefWorks "Write-N-Cite" citation software work together to create a polished paper with minimal effort. Librarians will demonstrate how to choose from the variety of citation styles available in RefWorks although this workshop will focus on using the American Psychological Association citation style (APA). Students whose disciplines use citation styles other than APA are still welcome to attend.

 

Search Smarter: Researching on the Web

Academic · Early · Middle

Google searches represent only a small portion of scholarly information available online! Learn how to go beyond the surface and focus on information is relevant to you. Discover search tips for the social web, the deep/invisible web, and the archived web.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Setting the Tone for Day One

Academic · Professional · Social · Late

Setting the Tone on Day One: A Workshop of Best Practices for the First Day of Class Bring your laptops and mobile devices! Participatory and Engaging!

Contact: Tonja Berry

 

Tech Tools

Academic · Early

Learn about new applications to make your research faster and easier. Discover new ways to search, organize, and share information. Browse potential topics for the workshop (http://libguides.uta.edu/content.php?pid=22684&sid=2187984&searchterms=tech+tools) and select what will be covered (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3KWK5D6). The most popular three applications will be covered during the hour session.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

The Graduation Process: It's More than a Walk Across the Stage

Academic · Late

At this session you will be informed of all the important dates and deadlines you need to follow in your final term, how to apply for graduation to be awarded your degree, and the difference between graduation and the commencement ceremonies.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

The Institutional Review Board: Policies & Procedures

Academic · Professional · Early

This workshop will describe the IRB committee structure, the review process, adverse event reporting, how to record changes to protocols and informed consent documents, and record -keeping and institutional policies relating to human subjects. Attend this workshop to ease the process for your IRB applications.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Thesis and Dissertation Formatting

Academic · Late

"What do you mean my dissertation isn't formatted correctly?" Reduce the chance of hearing this statement by attending this workshop. Learn the Graduate School requirements for formatting and submitting your document electronically. You may bring a section of your thesis or dissertation if you have specific formatting questions.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Word for Dissertations & Theses

Academic · Late

Don't let Microsoft Word make writing your dissertation any harder than it already is! In this workshop you will learn advanced features in Word 2007/2010 that will make meeting the UT Arlington dissertation and thesis formatting requirements a less arduous process. Automatic formatting of headings and body text? Properly typeset table of contents? Automatic numbering of figures? No problem.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Writing a Winning Abstract

Academic · Professional · Early · Middle

Get the formula for accurately reflecting your first-hand, investigative efforts in 250 words! (depending on the submission guidelines.) Discover the art of writing a thought-provoking and engaging abstract that steals the show every time!

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Writing in Graduate School: An Introduction

Academic · Early

Many graduate students are unsure of the expectations for writing at the graduate level. In addition to defining general graduate school writing expectation, this workshop will review basic tenets of good academic writing and editing.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Writing Literature Reviews

Academic · Middle

The "literature" of a literature review refers to any collection of materials on a topic. A review does not necessarily mean that your reader wants you to give your personal opinion on whether or not you liked these sources. This workshop will examine the criteria for literature reviews in various disciplines and in different writing assignments. Participants are encouraged to bring a sample literature review they have written and/or sources that can be used to begin writing an effective literature review.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Writing Skills: Umbrella Writing (Wired Coffee and Papers)

Academic

This course on writing skills will cover the umbrella writing curriculum, an effective method of writing organization and implementation.

Contact: Ashley Horn

 

Writing with Clarity and Cohesion

Academic · Early

Participants in this workshop will receive instruction in editing and revising writing, but will spend the majority of the workshop revising writing samples to improve the clarity and cohesion. All registered students must email a short writing sample to Lisa Berry lberry@uta.edu no later than 24 hours prior to the workshop. The workshop is limited to 10 students and students will not be accepted who do not submit a writing sample. Students must be willing to anonymously share parts of their writing samples with the group.

Contact: Lisa Berry

 

Your Rights as an Author

Professional · Late

Want to publish your research? Become informed about your copyright and the options available to you before you sign a publisher contract. You will learn about publisher policies, author's rights, and helpful tools and resources. Presented by UT Arlington librarians Mary Castle and Diane Shepelwich. Open to students, faculty, and staff. Reservations are not necessary.

Contact: Lisa Berry