Research is difficult, and finding the right information can be frustrating. The good news is that the Library can help make it easier. We offer a variety of programs, including general library orientation and workshops with an emphasis on improving your research skills. Invest a little time with us now and you can save time later on!
In this short presentation, you will learn five things that will help you throughout your studies at uOttawa. This semester, we have reshaped the way we offer certain services and access to spaces. A copy of our slides will be sent to you after the presentation. You'll also have a chance to win a $25 digital gift card! We look forward to seeing you!
Webinar series - Open Access to Knowledge
Since the beginning of the pandemic, several Canadian funding agencies have committed to ensuring research findings and data relevant to the COVID-19 outbreak are shared rapidly and openly to inform the public health response and help save lives. In aid of this commitment, the Library has created a guide “COVID-19 Rapid Response Data Sharing and Deposit Support" and is offering a two-part webinar series to help researchers, whether they have received COVID-related funding or otherwise, understand how and where to make their peer-reviewed research publications or preprints available in open access and how to make the underlying data clearly and widely available.
Note that the series is offered multiple times in both English and French. Visit the French version of this page to sign up for the French sessions. The webinars will be recorded and posted to the Library’s YouTube channel.
Librarians are available to provide in-class instruction sessions for your students, tailored to your course and learning objectives. These may be presented live or recorded in advance for asynchronous delivery.
Topics vary by discipline and may include:
- Developing a search strategy
- Systematic reviews versus literature reviews
- Key resources for your area of study
Please contact your Research Librarian to make arrangements.
We are not currently offering in-person Library tours. Online alternatives are being planned, please check back soon for more details.
We are not offering tours and workshops to external groups at this time.