The Lehigh Libraries are pleased to introduce SWAN: Second Wednesdays at Noon, a new set of workshops featuring research tools for graduate students, offered as part of the LTS Seminar series. All sessions are held online via Zoom at 12PM, EDT.
Seminars offered this fall include:
- Intro to NVIVO for Qualitative Methods, Sept. 9: This seminar will provide an introduction to NVIVO, a qualitative data analysis software available through LUApps. The session will cover accessing NVIVO through your Lehigh account, importing data, basic coding, and sample use cases.
- Google Scholar, Oct. 14: Get an introduction to Google Scholar. The session will cover the different types of content covered by Google Scholar, and how to search for that content. You'll learn about using the advanced search feature along with how to set up access from off campus using Library Links. Stand on the Shoulders of Giants with Google Scholar.
- Managing References: RefWorks and Zotero, Nov. 11: This seminar will introduce two tools to help you organize, track, manage, and cite references: RefWorks and Zotero. The session will cover choosing a citation manager, creating an account, importing references, and creating a bibliography.
- Sustainable Writing Habits, Dec. 9: In this session, Director of Graduate Writing Support Yvonne Lee will join Lehigh's research and instruction librarians to discuss tools and strategies for establishing productive and sustainable writing and research habits.
Registration is required. Please visit LTS Seminars to register for any or all seminars.