Monday, September 19

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  • Tuesday, September 20

    11 – 1 PM, Love Library South, Rm. 221 PetersonOrganizing your Articles—Citation Management Tools: RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote Presented by Research & Instructional Services Team, UNL Libraries

    Need help managing your research? Start the semester off right and explore some tools that will help you organize your articles, and format the in-text citations and bibliography for your papers. Bring your laptop and our experts will provide an overview of the tools and also help you set-up your account in the tool that you prefer to use- RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley or Endnote.

    11 – 1 PM, Adele Learning Commons, Love Library North --drop-in sessionsAvoiding Accidental Plagiarism—Online tools for StudentsProfs. Signe Boudreau & Anna Wigtil, UNL Libraries

    Concerned about citing sources and avoiding accidental plagiarism? Come talk to a librarian about using SafeAssign and Turnitin to check your papers.

  • Wednesday, September 21

    11:30-12:30 PM, Nebraska Union--Room Regency ASafe Assign, Turnitin, Vericite: Online Tools for Academic HonestyPresented by Profs. Signe Boudreau & Anna Wigtil, UNL Libraries

    Maintaining academic integrity is a vital skill students of all levels should understand and the UNL Libraries are here to help both students and faculty in the pursuit of maintaining academic honesty. Associate Professor Signe Boudreau and Research Specialist Anna Wigtil will provide an introduction to SafeAssign, Turnitin and Vericite, three online tools that help students learn the importance of original writing, how to prevent plagiarism and how to properly cite sources.

    noon - 1:30 PM, Gaughan Multicultural CenterDiversity Training: Understanding Microaggressions and PrivilegePresented by Lawrence Chambers, Nebraska Athletics and Counseling Psychology

    Join us for a discussion of microaggressions, which partly draws on Chatters’s research as a scholar in Counseling Psychology. Chatters will also involve the group in activities to help participants better understand the complexities of privilege and its expression in the classroom and beyond.

    1 - 2PM, Love Library South 224 Witt Rm.Publishing: What Authors Ought to KnowPresented by Profs. Paul Royster, Sue Gardner, Linnea Fredrickson, UNL Libraries

    Months or years of research, long nights of writing and revising, weeks of waiting for a decision – you just want to sign whatever and get it over with! But down the road, what will that mean? Have you just signed away all your rights for the rest of your life, or are there alternatives? Come and listen and discuss.

  • Thursday, September 22

    11:00 – 1:00 PM, Love Library South, Rm. 221 PetersonOrganizing your Articles—Citation Management Tools: RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote Presented by Research & Instructional Services Team, UNL Libraries

    Need help managing your research? Start the semester off right and explore some tools that will help you organize your articles, and format the in-text citations and bibliography for your papers. Bring your laptop and our experts will provide an overview of the tools and also help you set-up your account in the tool that you prefer to use- RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley or Endnote.

    11:00 – 1:00 PM, Adele Learning Commons, Love Library North --drop-in sessionsAvoiding Accidental Plagiarism—Online tools for StudentsProfs. Signe Boudreau & Anna Wigtil, UNL Libraries

    Concerned about citing sources and avoiding accidental plagiarism? Come talk to a librarian about using SafeAssign and Turnitin to check your papers.

    1:00 PM - 2:00 PM, Love Library, Peterson Rm. 221Using Creative Commons: Licenses to Share KnowledgePresented by Profs. Paul Royster, Andrew Cano, UNL Libraries

    Creative Commons-licensed resources, including Open Educational Resources (OERs), are increasing in popularity among faculty and students. Please join the UNL Libraries’ Coordinator Scholarly Communications and Virtual Learning Librarian to learn more about the different types of Creative Commons licenses and how to correctly incorporate them in your work. Teaching faculty and graduate students are particularly encouraged to attend.

    4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Nebraska Union Centennial Rm. 226Narrating Academic Integrity: A Reading and Conversation with Author Jennine Capó CrucetPresented by Jennine Capó Crucet, English, Professor Liz Lorang, UNL Libraries

    Make Your Home Among Strangers is the story of Lizet, the daughter of Cuban immigrants in Miami and a first-generation college student. Author and UNL Professor of English and Ethnic Studies Jennine Capó Crucet will read selections from her debut novel that focus on Lizet's challenges in navigating her first year of college, including her experiences as a student charged with plagiarism--when she's not even entirely sure what that means. Following the reading, Crucet will participate in a conversation about the novel and expanding the types of conversations we have on campus around plagiarism and academic integrity.

  • Friday, September 23

    11:00 – 1:00 PM, Love Library South, Rm. 221 PetersonOrganizing your Articles—Citation Management Tools: RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley, EndNote Presented by Research & Instructional Services Team, UNL Libraries

    Need help managing your research? Start the semester off right and explore some tools that will help you organize your articles, and format the in-text citations and bibliography for your papers. Bring your laptop and our experts will provide an overview of the tools and also help you set-up your account in the tool that you prefer to use- RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley or Endnote.