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Finding Government (Public) Policy & its Analysis (ASPIRE workshop for Graduate Students)

Start Time: Friday, February 23, 2024 1:00pm

End Time: Friday, February 23, 2024 2:30pm

Online: Link emailed to participants

Learn strategies for finding “policy documents”, the steps that led to their creation, a few ways for finding policy analysis, and how you might consider the merits of these arguments.

 

Skills Acquired:

  • Awareness of what "public policy" can constitute.
  • Ideas on how to strategize your searches for finding "policy documents".
  • Tactics for finding the background information to the policy at hand.
  • Strategies for looking for and evaluating policy analysis.

 

Part of the ASPIRE series of Library workshops for Graduate Students.

Location: online webinar via Zoom; link will be sent to individual registrants.  

[ N.B. CLICK ON THE ZOOM LINK WITHIN THE OPENED UP CALENDAR INVITE ]

Instructor:  Hélène LeBlanc, Government Information Librarian (as well as the Subject Librarian for Political Science, Education, and Policing & Public Safety)

 

Accessibility Features

Automated captions can be made available through Zoom.  If needed, Zoom phone in-features can be provided.