Past Events

  1. Dec 4, 2018, 3:00pm - 4:30pm

    Many factors are driving an increase in engagement between universities and industry; including increased competition for redirected and/or declining governmental research investments and the creation of products and markets that require a workforce with new skills.

  2. Dec 4, 2018, 10:00am - 11:00am

    This 1 hour instructor led course will cover procedures involved in use, administration, storage and recordkeeping and disposal of controlled substances. Principal Investigators, research staff and students who plan on using controlled substances in their laboratories must attend this course. There are sessions every Tuesday from 10-11am throughout the semester. Register via BuckeyeLearn.

  3. Dec 3, 2018, 10:00am - 12:00pm

    Who owns the copyright in the works you create? What permissions do you need to share or include another’s content in your research? Join the University Libraries’ Copyright Services for a presentation on the basics of copyright. Topics included are: the types of works that may be protected by copyright, your rights as an author, and the different exceptions and limitations in the law that permit certain uses of copyrighted content.

  4. Nov 29, 2018, 9:00am - 10:30am

    In this 1.5 hour session geared toward staff, learn about explain export control regulations and discuss how the university’s missions are impacted. Travel, non-citizen personnel involvement, shipping, and sharing of data are among the most common activities that may be regulated by export control laws. Learn how the university manages the risk associated with this compliance risk and your role in those processes.  Register via BuckeyeLearn.

  5. Nov 28, 2018, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

    These small group hands-on sessions will focus on tracking citations to your work and gathering research metrics such as h-index, journal impact factors, and alternative metrics.  After a brief overview of the available tools (e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Journal Citation Reports, Altmetric, etc.) the bulk of the time will available for participants to gather their own information, ask questions, and receive individualized assistance.  Bring your own laptop or other device. Groups are limited to 4 people.

  6. Nov 27, 2018 (All day)

    Want to make a map that will help you share the stories being uncovered through your research and make them accessible to a broader audience? ArcGIS Story Maps combine maps, data, and multimedia content – text, photos, videos, and audio – to communicate information effectively through interactive and user-friendly web mapping applications. In this workshop, participants will:

  7. Nov 27, 2018, 10:00am - 11:00am

    This 1 hour instructor led course will cover procedures involved in use, administration, storage and recordkeeping and disposal of controlled substances. Principal Investigators, research staff and students who plan on using controlled substances in their laboratories must attend this course. There are sessions every Tuesday from 10-11am throughout the semester. Register via BuckeyeLearn.

  8. Nov 20, 2018, 10:00am - 11:00am

    This 1 hour instructor led course will cover procedures involved in use, administration, storage and recordkeeping and disposal of controlled substances. Principal Investigators, research staff and students who plan on using controlled substances in their laboratories must attend this course. There are sessions every Tuesday from 10-11am throughout the semester. Register via BuckeyeLearn.

  9. Nov 16, 2018, 11:00am - 12:00pm

    It is incredibly important that scientists are able to communicate their research in ways that the general public can understand. In this session, we will discuss tips on how to communicate your work to non-scientists, including how to write compelling impact statements. Presenter: Kayla Arnold, Administrative Associate, Office for Research and Graduate Education

  10. Nov 13, 2018, 1:00pm - 2:00pm

    It is incredibly important that scientists are able to communicate their research in ways that the general public can understand. In this session, we will discuss tips on how to communicate your work to non-scientists, including how to write compelling impact statements. Presenter: Kayla Arnold, Administrative Associate, CFAES Office for Research and Graduate Education

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