Fall 2020 Weekly Webinars

Wondering how to get started on your midterm papers? In this week’s Research 101 webinar, Pitts reference librarians will walk you through the research process, give you tips for optimizing the Emory catalog and databases, and teach you the habits of mind you’ll need to be an effective researcher. This webinar is open to all Emory affiliates and will be especially relevant to Candler students, research assistants, and doctoral candidates in the Laney Graduate Division of Religion. In addition, we welcome non-Emory community members with our new, accessible virtual format! Register at https://www.bigmarker.com/pitts-theology-libra…/Research-101.

Check out other upcoming webinars at pitts.emory.edu/fall2020workshops, or find details below.

Research 101 | Wednesday September 16 | 12pm EST
In this webinar, Pitts reference librarians will walk you through the research process, give you tips for optimizing the Emory catalog and databases, and teach you the habits of mind you’ll need to be an effective researcher. This webinar is open to all Emory students and will be especially relevant to Candler students, research assistants, and doctoral students in the Graduate Division of Religion.
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Reading for Writing | Wednesday September 23 | 12pm EST
In this webinar, Pitts librarians will introduce you to the tools of academic reading. By using the tips and tricks in this webinar, you’ll be soaring through your readings in no time!
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Information Overload: Deciphering, Analyzing, and Synthesizing Information | Wednesday October 7 | 12pm EST
This webinar will introduce you to key components of information literacy and help you develop skills to identify, process, and organize all of the information you pick up at Candler and elsewhere. Learn how to develop habits for information consumption that will go with you beyond your time at Candler.
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Exegesis: What is it and how do I do it?| Wednesday October 14| 12pm EST
In this webinar, we’ll explore what exegesis is, and just as importantly what it isn’t, before turning to the techniques and tools you need to engage in exegesis.
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