The library maintains several tutorials for using databases and learning about information literacy concepts.
Graduate Thesis/Dissertation Workshops
The University Library is pleased to offer three graduate education workshops. The workshops are designed to inform and empower graduate students who are in the process of researching, writing, and/or formatting their graduate theses/projects or dissertations. All sessions take place in the library computer learning lab L240.
Thesis/Project/Dissertation Formatting Workshop
Tuesday, Oct. 20, 6-8 pm.
This workshop will focus on the University's preparation guidelines for a master's thesis or project and the doctoral dissertation. A review of the organization of the thesis/dissertation will be presented and sample layouts examined from the online thesis/dissertation template. Such issues as typesetting the thesis/dissertation, formatting tips, and problem areas will be discussed, as well as the process for submitting the thesis/dissertation for binding (or electronic repository). Information for "who in the library to contact about what" with regard to your thesis/dissertation will also be provided.
RSVP: Email http://library.csustan.edu/gradworkshopsrsvp to reserve a seat at this workshop.
Thesis/Project/Dissertation Formatting Open Sessions
Monday, Nov. 16, 4-5:30 pm.
Tuesday, Dec. 1, 4-5:30 pm.
If you have formatting questions or problems using the online template when formatting your thesis, project, or dissertation, we invite you to stop by for assistance. These are drop-in sessions. RSVP is not required.
For more information, email the University Library at GradStudents@Library.csustan.edu, or call (209) 667-3232.