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Community Profiles: Finding Data and Primary Sources for Site-based Research Projects Workshop In-Person / Online

Community Profiles: Finding Data and Primary Sources for Site-based Research Projects Workshop- Erin Burns, Rob King, Tom Rohrig, Sara Schumacher, Jake Syma

Hybrid- both face to face and online webbased interaction

1.Students will learn how to effectively complete a community profile or site selection report. 2.Students will understand what resources are available including, but not limited to, government sources (Census, USGS, etc.), commercial resources, etc. 3.Students will understand the role of Personal librarians and Southwest

This workshop will provide an overview for completing community profiles/site selection project for a specific area or community. Librarian experts from Architecture, Business, Engineering, Government Information, and the Southwest Collection will explain how to use available resources to complete these projects. This workshop will be useful for classes in architecture, business, engineering, nursing, etc. Resources will include statistical databases, private/local/state/federal/international statistics, etc. featuring Census tools.

If you find registration is closed, please email a presenter for assistance. erin.burns@ttu.edu, tom.rohrig@ttu.edu, jake.syma@ttu.edu

Related LibGuide: Community Profiles: Finding Data and Primary Sources for Site-based Research Projects by Tom Rohrig

Date:
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Time:
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Instruction Lab 016
Audience:
  Undergrads  
Categories:
  Workshops  

Registration is required. There are 29 in-person seats available. There are 100 online seats available.

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Tom Rohrig
Jake Syma
Sara Schumacher
Erin Burns
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Denise Caspell

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