This workshop is in the past and registrations are unavailable.
All times are Pacific Time Zone (Vancouver, BC, Canada).
About the workshop
Undertaking interdisciplinary research can feel overwhelming and sometimes lead to students feeling disconnected. These sessions are intended to offer some structure and guidance, along with creating a sense of community among students who may otherwise be doing this work alone.
Each session will offer a brief lecture and/or demo focused on interdisciplinary research skills from a librarian, as well as exercises and facilitated discussion before and after.
The sessions will also include time to hear from and to give feedback to students who are actively researching across disciplines. Students will be invited to briefly talk through their working research question and current reading strategies and findings, and the facilitators and fellow students can provide feedback and suggestions.
These sessions are open to any graduate student who would like to be in conversation with others as they develop their interdisciplinary research.
Registration is required for the series, but we welcome new participants throughout the month as well as those who may not be able to attend all sessions.