Brian Dickson Law Library: Workshops

The following workshops will be taking place in the computer lab in FTX 430.


BiblioJuris

Description: BiblioJuris a workshop series offered at the Brian Dickson Law Library that focuses on helping students advance their researching skills. Principally, the Brian Dickson Law Library runs two major workshop series: 

The first workshop series

This first workshop series occurs during the academic term between the months of September to April of each year. We reserve seats for the University of Ottawa students.

The first workshop series includes the following topics: the fundamental Canadian legal research practices, to effectively use key law databases, how to create legal citations with the McGill guide, and how to locate case laws.

The second workshop series

The second workshop series occurs in May and is designed for University of Ottawa law students working during the summer as research assistants to law professors.

The second workshop series introduce the core library services for research activities and suggest collections that are related to each research project.

Registration is done by sending an email including the details of the research project and the professor with which you are working to droitlaw@uOttawa.ca.


Open Access

No workshops offered on this topic at this time.

SOQUIJ (Azimut)

No workshops offered on this topic at this time.

WestlawNext Canada 

Monday, February 27, 2017, 11:30am – 1:00pm

Brian Dickson Law Library, FTX 430

Research Paper Workshop

No workshops offered on this topic at this time.

Lexis Advance Quicklaw

Monday, March 6, 2017, 11:30am – 1:00pm

Brian Dickson Law Library, FTX 430

Copyright

No workshops offered on this topic at this time.

Citation with the McGill Citation Guide

No workshops offered on this topic at this time.

Researching Case Law

No workshops offered on this topic at this time.

University of Ottawa’s Research Ethics Application

No workshops offered on this topic at this time.

This workshop will help you to navigate the University of Ottawa's Research Ethics application process. Research ethics approval is required when you are conducting research involving human participants, including methods such as focus group discussions, questionnaires, surveys, etc. Workshop is open to law students and students from other faculties.

Systematic Literature Review Workshop

Tuesday, February 28, 2017, 11:30am – 1:00pm

Brian Dickson Law Library, FTX 430

This quick and hands-on workshop will help you to learn how to conduct an academic systematic literature review. We will cover the basics including review question design, review methodology (data sources, search strategy, and study selection criteria), how to write the review report, and where you can publish the review.  This workshop is open to law students and students from other faculties.


Questions?

Please contact Emily Landriault, law librarian
Email: elandria@uottawa.ca
Telephone: 613-562-5800 ext. 3363

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