Category: Events

EndNote Workshop for Graduate Students

On May 3rd, DePaul University Library staff Ana Lucic, Digital Scholarship Librarian, and Christopher Parker, Science Librarian, will hold an EndNote workshop. Interested graduate students are invited to attend. EndNote is the electronic reference manager available to all students, staff, and faculty at DePaul. EndNote is a product of Clarivate Analytics, formerly

Enter your Researched Essay for a Chance to Win the 2019 Library Research Prize

Are you a first-year student and want to show off your research skills? If so, you should apply for the First-Year Writing Program Library Research Prize! The DePaul University Library is offering the Library Research Prize in conjunction with—and in addition to—the existing First-Year Program Writing Showcase from DePaul’s College

Open Education Week 2019

Open Education Week March 4-8

This year for Open Education Week the Library is hosting screenings of the documentary Paywall: The Business of Scholarship at both the Lincoln Park and Loop campuses.  Paywall investigates the impact of restrictions imposed by the publishing industry on access, or lack thereof, to research.  This is an increasingly important issue both for faculty

Research Meet & Greet

Winter Research Meet + Greet

The winter Research Meet + Greet networking event will take place on March 5th, 3:30-5:30pm at DePaul’s Collaboratory, DePaul Center, Loop Library, 10th floor. Featured Presentation Professor Ted Anton from DePaul’s English Department will deliver a featured presentation. A prolific, creative and popular science writer, Anton is the author of

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American Prison Writing Archive – Studio Chi Events

On Thursday, February 7th Studio Chi will be hosting Doran Larson, Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Literature & Creative Writing at Hamilton College, for two events that are free and open to the public.  Larson is the Director and Principal Investigator of the NEH-funded The American Prison Writing Archive. The American Prison