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Workshops & seminars

Advanced information search strategies

(grad students only)

Thursday, February 23, 2023
2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Megan Fitzgibbons


This event is free


Concordia Webster Library
514-848-2424 ext. 7777



For graduate students only. Register through GradProSkills.

This workshop aims to lessen the experience of information overload by focusing on the information search process from a holistic perspective. Some of the techniques and strategies that will be explored include concept mapping to make connections and identify gaps in your current research, search techniques like citation searching and bibliometric tools, and browsable resources at Concordia like BrowZine and Sofia. We will also discuss ways of managing information overload such as research logs, search alerts, and literature matrices.

Learning Objectives

1. Explore examples of outstanding researcher profiles

2. Understand how ORCID connects with existing publishing, granting, and profile systems

3. Make informed decisions on the different researcher profile options out there

4. Discuss the benefits and challenges of public and open scholarship

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