Workshop: Who's Citing Whom ... and Why?, Thursday, 6/30, 3-4pm

Please join us for the following workshops in June:

  • Who's Citing Whom ... and Why?, Thursday, 6/30, 3-4pm


  • Tracking and analyzing citations is an important part of the research process that can lead to deeper understanding of the significance of published authors/works; impact factor of journals; and even faculty tenure decisions. Key citation analysis tools also may serve as a springboard in your pursuit of a research topic. In Who's Citing Whom ... and Why?, you will take a look at major citation tools that provide insight - notably, the Reuter's Web of Science, Elsevier's Scopus, and, "standing on the shoulders of giants", Google Scholar.

    This workshop is open to members and affiliates of Teachers College, Columbia University who may rsvp via online support.

    Where: 302 Russell

  • Show Me the Money: Tools for Grant Seeking, Tuesday, 6/14, 3-4pm


  • Maybe the summer is a good time to start planning your research project, travel grant, or course load? If so, this helpful workshop, Show Me the Money, lets you begin your quest for financial support, as you gain useful advice on the grant seeking process. Offering tips and strategies to lead you on your way, we will explore such tools as Foundation Grants to Individuals and Foundation Directory, from The Foundation Center, and SPIN (Sponsored Programs Information Network), from InfoEd.

    You can check out our Knowldedge Database entry, Where Can I Find Funding to Support My Research?, for further details.

    This workshop is open to members and affiliates of Teachers College, Columbia University who may rsvp via online support.

    Where: 302 Russell


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