Waterloo: 11:00am to 5:00pm
Learn how to archive your research data with Borealis, Laurier's data archive. We explain what is required to archive your research data for reuse.
Learn the very basics (or come for a refresher) on how Canadian laws are made, their key parts and where to find them. Discover resources for the analysis of laws and their impact, and how they have been interpreted in judicial proceedings.
Learn to use freedom of information laws in academic research.
Learn what a data management plan (DMP), how to write one, and then start your own DMP in the session. Get trusted advice about data management planning from the Laurier Library and its DMP Assistant.
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.
This seminar will introduce data visualization through mapping census data with QGIS. It is developed for absolute beginners and no experience is necessary. This is an in-person session: your own laptop and a mask are required.
Learn about the 2021 Census and the people that make up Canada. The Laurier Library will show you StatCan's resources and how to use them.
Learn features of Microsoft Word (Windows) to structure your dissertation, thesis, or journal articles, and work more effectively.
Learn how citation and document management tools can keep your research organized and save you time creating bibliographies and in-text citations.
Learn how archival material is organized, how to access, use, and evaluate archival material, and what to expect when visiting the archives.
Learn strategies for creating a focused question that will streamline your thesis or dissertation research and help you finish on time.
Part of the ASPIRE series of workshops for graduate students.
Learn how to plan, research, decide on a focus and scope, and organize your review successfully.