Memorial Libraries Research Week Series 2021
Join us during Research Week for a series of online sessions about some of the ways the Libraries support research at Memorial! For more information, contact Janet Goosney or any of the speakers listed below:
Tuesday, November 23, 1:00-2:00 pm
Students Doing Systematic Reviews: What You Need to Know
- Every student doing a systematic review consults with a librarian primarily for expert searching and process guidance. Good communication between the supervisor, student, and librarian is essential in ensuring efficiency and clarity of scope and expectations. In this session we will talk about how to put students in the best position for success at every stage of the review process. This session will be of interest if you are a faculty member whose students are doing systematic reviews, or if you are a student who is working on a systematic review.
- Lindsay Alcock, Head, Public Services, Health Sciences Library
Friday, November 26, 1-2pm
New Research in Old Records, hosted by Memorial Archives
- Three researchers from different disciplines conducting research in archives at Memorial will talk about their projects and the impact of archives on their work. Each will present a synopsis of their work, explaining how primary sources from the archives have influenced the direction of their research. They will also talk about the highs and lows of conducting archival research at Memorial and consider how collections might be made more accessible. An archivist from each of the archives represented in the session - Archives and Special Collections (QEII Library), the Memorial University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Archive (HSS) and the Maritime History Archive (HSS) - will join the speakers for a questions at the end. Log-in instructions for this session are available here.