2020-2021 Workshop Room 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
having difficulty getting my laptop camera to show my video, but I can see everyone else--sorry! Should be able to get my video cam to work next time.
No worries, Susan. We are glad to have you joining us with or without video!
Your audio is breaking up. Is it from my end?
Same here, Patience
I hear it as well
same for me
i hear it as well
will we get a link to the recording from tonight?
Yes, we will share a link for a recording after it is prepared, likely around tomorrow afternoon.
It was a check box in the registration
Is RefWorks preferred to Zotero?
Adam, I would play around in each and see what you prefer. The library does a guide for Refworks, and it is what we pay for. That said, Zotero is a free resource that I personally use.
OK Thank you
Is there a written point of reference that is available for students on this information?
That was great - thank you!
very helpful--but went by way too fast... Will have to watch the recording. I am a bit rusty, and need to sharpen my search skills
Here is the Google Research Guide: https://guides.franklin.edu/c.php?g=315804
Many of what I discussed is also available through the Research Resources tab on the Doctoral Research and Writing Guide: https://guides.franklin.edu/docwriting/research
One note with RefWorks: you need to sign up for a RefWorks account before you can use it. You can sign up here (remember to use your Franklin email address for the free account): https://refworks.proquest.com/signup/email/
There is also a Research Guide on RefWorks with tutorials and step-by-step instructions for doing all of this: https://guides.franklin.edu/RefWorks/overview
Can you highlight and mark up in Zotero like you did with RefWorks?
Is there any easy way to export those source descriptive notes from RefWorks into a table format like in the guide?
Are these slides on tonight's presentation saved anywhere?
So if we DON’T limit our search to full-text in EBSO, in the interest of sussing out more publications of a little researched topic, and we discover a reference to a work (whose full text is NOT contained in EBSCO) does this mean we have no access to this article through the Franklin University Research Library?
I'm so happy you asked this question Nurit! I meant to mention this already - let me explain this when Evan is finished!
We can’t see your screen
What do doctoral students do, when there is very little research on their topic?
can we get ac
Can we get a copy of PowerPoint?
Which dictionary is acceptable to search for synonyms
That does make sense... Look at approaching it another way, or in a different context
hahaha.. Pacific Standard time student feedback... Too narrow. Got it!
What advise can you offer if your research questions has be researched a lot?
Thank you for your time
Thanks again - great session
Thank you for all the information tonight!
Appreciate the information!
This was great. Thanks so much for all this helpful information. :)
Great session. Thanks
thank you, have a good night
thank you so much this session was very helpful
Thank you. Stay safe.