Join us for our scheduled workshops! Contact one of the Berks Research Coaches with any questions!
**Lunch will be provided**
Wednesday, February 19th
12:15-1:15pm in Thun 137
Undergraduate research is an overwhelming undertaking. So how can you conquer the unanticipated challenges of a major original research project? The Research Coaches at the Thun Library are here to help you manage your research project and troubleshoot your concerns. We will focus on an interactive approach that concentrates on individual participants’ unique research challenges – come prepared with questions! Anticipated topics of discussion may include: identifying gaps in the literature, search persistence and creativity, interpretation of nontraditional formats like data and visual media, active reading and synthesis strategies, source attribution/citation management, and more!
Desiging & Creating a Poster
Wednesday, March 18th
12:15-1:15pm via Zoom: https://psu.zoom.us/j/756608776
Making a research poster can be a daunting process. How do you put all your research on one piece of paper? But never fear, the Research Coaches of the Thun Library are here to help! This workshop is designed for students at all stages of the poster creation process. Participants can expect to learn about best practices for creating visually appealing and effective posters, along with having the opportunity to put those best practices to use.
Wednesday, April 8th
12:15-1:15pm via Zoom: https://psu.zoom.us/j/203727969
Poster presentations are a great way to get started with sharing your research. But how do you share complex research in a short amount of time? Get ready for the HECBC Undergraduate Research & Creativity Conference (& other conferences!) with the Thun librarians and CAS 100 coordinator, Prof. Dawn Reitz. At this workshop, we will talk about what to expect at a research poster exhibition, including what to bring, what to say, and how to leverage your research poster into new opportunities. This workshop is designed for anyone who wants to improve how they present and discuss their research with an audience. Participants will leave with an elevator pitch to share their research quickly and effectively with anyone they meet.