The exhibition “Mapping the Young Metropolis: The Chicago School of Sociology, 1915-1940″ explores a quarter century of research at UChicago that transformed the discipline of sociology. Archival documents reveal the sociological research process, from proposal to data collection to final report. Continue reading
Mapping the Young Metropolis
Crerar Library Computer Classroom, May 19th, 12-1pm A wide range of tools to help you collaborate with other researchers are available these days. This workshop will cover options for sharing different kinds of work including citation and pdfs, document files, … Continue reading
If you are interested in art law research, the D’Angelo Law Library now provides e-access to the International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR)’s Art Law & Cultural Property databases. IFAR describes them as follows: International Cultural Property/Ownership & Export Legislation … Continue reading
You are collecting it, but are you managing it? If you were asked to provide data from research done last year, would you be able to find it? What about two years ago? Join us for this session where you will learn more about the basics of data management for your research.
Crerar Library: Kathleen A. Zar Room, May 13th, 4-5pm Continue reading
Location: Crerar Library, Kathleen A. Zar Room The world of scholarly publishing is changing and copyright issues are often at the center of it. You may be hearing some terms that are new and wonder how they affect you. Join … Continue reading
Crerar Library is offering a workshop series on issues related to managing research such as copyright, data management, document organization and collaboration tools. More information about each workshop and registration links are below. All workshops are opened to faculty, students … Continue reading
When: Thursday, April 16, 2015 12:00–1:00 p.m. Where: Crerar Library, Computer Classroom 5730 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL Description: Zotero is a free citation manager that allows you to save citation information while searching and browsing the Web. With a … Continue reading
Join us at the Crerar Library on Thursday, April 30 as experts provide insights on the scientific publication life cycle. Hear from a managing journal editor about the nuts and bolts of the publishing. Learn what editors do and what … Continue reading
Librarians are available to assist with your systematic review searches. Contact email@example.com to setup an appointment. The initial meeting is dedicated to discussing your timeline, your research question, and the librarian’s role. Below are a few of the services we … Continue reading
Exhibit Location: The John Crerar Library, Atrium
Exhibit Dates: April 6 – September 15, 2015
The Studio in the Field traces the development of wildlife photography as a popular cultural pursuit, focusing on the innovative techniques and strategies devised to craft pictures that would appear convincingly natural to nineteenth-century audiences.
Location: Crerar Library Computer Classroom. Learn how to use the desktop version of the bibliographic software EndNote. Topics covered include creating and managing libraries, importing references from online databases, importing and managing PDFs and creating formatted bibliographies and citations in … Continue reading