Missed one of our Survival Skills for Graduate Students workshops this semester? No problem! We now have podcasts for most of the workshops offered in the 2007/2008 academic year available on the Survival Skills website: http://library.msstate.edu/li/ssfgs/.
The Survival Skills for Graduate Students workshops are offered each year through the Library Instructional Services Program at the MSU Libraries. These workshops are designed to address some of the unique research and information needs of graduate students. Topics range from developing a literature review for a thesis or dissertation to developing a curriculum vitae for that all important job search.
In addition to the podcasts, you’ll find the latest PowerPoint slides, session handouts, and other guides and bibliographies used during the workshops. The workshops are offered each semester---to see the next session available, check out the library’s calendar of events. But if you can’t make one of the face-to-face workshops, the next best thing is the Survival Skills Workshop podcasts---download one today!
For additional information about the Survival Skills for Graduate Students workshop series, please contact Dr. Deborah Lee at (662) 325-0810 or email@example.com.
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