Library Research for the Undergraduate Researcher Part 1: Library Research and the Literature Review
Librarians will introduce a research proposal template, demonstrate how to conduct library research about your area of interest, and discuss how to complete a literature review.
- Tuesday, October 13, 2020
- 2:40pm - 4:05pm
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
In this two-part workshop series, MTSU librarians will share a template for an undergraduate research proposal, with particular focus on how to conduct the library research necessary to complete the literature review portion of the proposal. These workshops are ideal for students who are contemplating applying for a URECA grant or who want to know more about how to conduct the library research that is part of any research proposal and research project. Open to undergraduate students in any college or major. Attendance at both parts of the series is encouraged but not required.
Kristen West is an associate professor and instruction librarian at MTSU's Walker Library. She provides classroom instruction on using library resources and conducts research consultations with students and faculty in Anthropology, Health and Human Performance, and Nutrition and Food Science.