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Don't miss this opportunity to get started on your thesis or dissertation!
The ASU Library and the Writing Center will co-present on research strategies. Students will learn how to use and navigate the ASU Library's database to do research for a paper, thesis or dissertation.
This workshop is intended for graduate students, but all are welcome to attend.
Join the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub for this two-hour workshop on printing geographical 3D models.
This hands-on workshop will explore three types of geographical 3-D models thus far experimented with:
In all three of these instances, the primary data inputs will be publicly available geospatial datasets.
We'll explore both web-based data extraction services that quickly provide appropriate data for 3D printing, as well as raw data that requires some basic pre-processing in a free, open source geographic information system (GIS) software application called QGIS.
Participants will need to bring their own computers and pre-install the free software needed to follow along with workshop activities:
Please see the full calendar of Map and Geospatial Hub events.
ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub
Join a Phone a Professor conference call to get to know the faculty members you’ll work with as a student — before you apply.
Featured calls for February:
MAC vs. InMAC for teacher certification with Elizabeth Frias
MAC and InMAC are two pathways for master’s degrees leading to teacher certification in Elementary Education, Special Education and Secondary Education. MAC is a traditional option for students to take courses and gain classroom experience. InMAC is designed for teachers working full-time on an intern teaching certificate. Elizabeth Frias leads curriculum development for both pathways, and will give an insider’s look into which format is right for you.
MA in Learning Sciences with Ruth Wylie
Discover how this degree can prepare you to design effective learning systems in a broad range of places that include but are not limited to schools. As the assistant director of the Center for Science and the Imagination and an assistant research professor in Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Professor Wylie provides an expert perspective on this program.
MEd in Higher and Postsecondary Education with Lindsey Dippold
Professor Dippold develops coursework, instructs and serves as a faculty advisor for students in the Higher and Postsecondary Education program. She recently developed two study abroad experiences in comparative international higher education (London and Sydney) to allow master’s degree students to deepen their global understanding of the field.
During a call, you will:
Become acquainted with the faculty member from your program of interest.
Have an opportunity to ask questions about the student experience, academic expectations, career paths or any of your other burning questions.
Be able to participate from anywhere most convenient for you; all you need is a phone.
Repeats 3–4 p.m. Aug. 23; Sept. 6, 20; Oct. 4, 18; Nov. 1, 15, 29; Jan. 10, 24; Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28; March 14, 28; April 11, 25
Do you want to study abroad, but don't know if you can afford it? Do you want to know how financial aid works with study abroad?
Join our Online Financing Your Study Abroad Program Workshop to get a jumpstart on the planning process! Join us via Adobe Connect to access the workshop.
No camera or microphone needed! Feel free to participate via the chat from anywhere you are on your phone, tablet or computer.
While you are welcome to attend any of workshops, we strongly recommend that you attend one prior to your study abroad application deadline. Planning ahead can help you reach your maximum funding potential!
It's the time of year when applications are both opening and closing for jobs, internships, scholarships and many other opportunities during summer and fall. Make the most of this application season and partner with your career peer-in-residence to continue your search, nail down options, and/or finalize and send off your applications. Enjoy some fruity refreshments to fuel and reward your success.
Sexual violence is a public health issue that can be prevented with education. One of the best ways to educate is through civil discussion about controversial issues that impact the community at large. Join the ASU Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Program and School of Communications for a civil dialogue about sexual violence.
This signature event is a chance for students and visitors to take a journey around the world through the experiences of returned Peace Corps volunteers.
Activities will include a musical performance, food and games, and each returned Peace Corps volunteer will host a table displaying items, pictures, videos and more from their country of service.
This workshop will provide you with the information and tools you need to navigate copyright and fair use considerations for your dissertation or thesis.
Whether you’ve only begun thinking about your dissertation subject, you’re just starting to write, or you’re getting ready to submit, this workshop will help you figure out what you can use, what rights you have, and what it means to share your dissertation online. Bring your lunch and learn about copyright!
Presented by ASU Librarian Anali Perry, this workshop is an offering of ASU Library’s Graduate Scholars’ Toolkit, a new lunchtime workshop series for ASU graduate students to enhance their scholarly activities and help them succeed in their graduate studies.
We want to hear from you! Take the survey. Tell us what topics and tools you want to learn more about.
Register for this workshop through Research Academy (optional).
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