Make writing your dissertation or thesis a more pleasant process with RefWorks, a cloud application that makes it easy for you to collect, organize and make bibliographies from references you find in your research. Anyone affiliated with UNT can establish an account free of charge. At this hands-on workshop, we’ll cover these basic functions of the newest version of RefWorks, and move onto the advanced features of capturing documents and using Write-N-Cite as time allows. Bring your laptop, or use a library desktop. Consider attending other workshops offered on the same day: Smart Literature Searching for the Social Sciences and How to Write the Dissertation/Thesis Proposal in the Social Sciences or Smart Literature Searching for the Humanities and How to Write the Dissertation/Thesis Proposal in the Humanities.
Presented by: Erin O’Toole, Science Reference Librarian, Willis Library
Event Date: Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 1:15 pm to 2:45 pm.
Event Location: Willis 136
PREP Stage: Planning and Resilience (early, middle and late)
Registration is closed. Please Contact Erin O'Toole at Erin.Otoole@unt.edu for late Registration
This workshop will not be live streamed.