2021 is Here: Let Us Help with Your Goals!

2021 is finally here! Most of us start a new year thinking about goals – both personally and professionally. What are your professional goals? Maybe you’d like to get published in a journal. Or finish that manuscript you’ve been working on since 2019. Or perhaps you want to learn a new educational tool to master your online teaching skills or present at a virtual conference confidently. No matter what your goals are for 2021, we’re here to help.

Join us at a workshop or schedule a one-on-one consultation with our experts in instructional design, educational technologies, writing and communication, and more. Check out our workshops below and find out more about our one-on-one support and get in touch with us on our website.

Winter Writing Retreat
Friday, January 29
9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
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Join us this winter at our monthly half-day writing retreats, devoted solely to your writing projects. Most importantly, you’ll get quiet time to write. We’ll also have a writing consultant and librarian available to answer writing and research questions, help you find materials, talk over your journal choice, edit your work, or just read what you have so far.

It’s All About Posters
Thursday, February 18
2 – 3 p.m.
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This workshop is part of the Science Communication Series. Learn how to nail the virtual poster presentation and how to create the new #betterposter layout.

APA Style, 7th ed. – What’s new?
Tuesday, February 23
12:45 – 2 p.m.
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The seventh edition of the APA Publication Manual contains a number of updates and additions designed to make the APA style more useful for students, teachers, and researchers. Please join us to discover how these changes could be applied to writing assignments or your own publications.

Winter Writing Retreat
Friday, February 26
9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
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Join us this winter at our monthly half-day writing retreats, devoted solely to your writing projects. Most importantly, you’ll get quiet time to write. We’ll also have a writing consultant and librarian available to answer writing and research questions, help you find materials, talk over your journal choice, edit your work, or just read what you have so far.

Science on Social Media
Thursday, March 11
1 – 2 p.m.
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This workshop is part of the Science Communication Series. Learn how to use various social media platforms (Twitter, Instagram) to boost your career and Sci-Comm skills.

Patents: Where to find them and what it takes to get one
Friday, March 12
1-2 p.m.
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Patents are one of the four primary types of intellectual property. We will explain the patent process from research to application and beyond as well as how to find help along the way. Former US Patent and Trademark office fellow, now our regional Patent & Trademark Resource Center Representative, will lead the session and answer your patent searching and application questions.

Winter Writing Retreat
Friday, March 26
9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Register Here

Join us this winter at our monthly half-day writing retreats, devoted solely to your writing projects. Most importantly, you’ll get quiet time to write. We’ll also have a writing consultant and librarian available to answer writing and research questions, help you find materials, talk over your journal choice, edit your work, or just read what you have so far.

Animate Your Science
Thursday, April 8
5 – 6:30 p.m.
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This workshop is part of the Science Communication Series. Express your science in narrative form and create an animation depicting your favorite research.

Learn about Visible Body Courseware—A new virtual anatomy software
Tuesday, April 13
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
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Visible Body has created educational 3D medical apps that can help your students to understand human anatomy and physiology better.