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Why Measure Research Impact?
Measuring how your research impacts a field or discipline and how it impacts the world around you can:
  • Help support your application for tenure or promotion
  • Strengthen a research grant application
  • Identify how your research is being used
  • Connect you with potential collaborators
Read more about evaluating your research impact on our Research Impact guide.
Research Data Management
Need help managing and preserving your research data? We can help you organize, visualize and share your data. Read more on the Research Data Management and Data Visualization guides.
For help with your research, contact the Math Library.

From our collection

Single digits : in praise of small numbers /
How Euler did even more /
The new math : a political history /
Genius at play : the curious mind of John Horton Conway /

Workshops

Date: Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Robarts Library
Campus: St. George (Downtown) Campus

As part of the graduation process, you will be submitting an electronic copy of your thesis or dissertation that will become publicly available online upon your convocation.

This workshop given jointly by the School of Graduate Studies and the Library staff will guide you through:

  • thesis formatting, submission, deadlines, and what happens next
  • your rights as an author and copyright considerations
  • publishing your thesis before or after graduation

The workshop will feature a thesis formatting clinic. If you would like to participate, please bring an electronic copy of your thesis. Desktop computers will be provided.

When: Wednesday, August 28, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Where: Robarts Library, 4th Floor Electronic Classroom, Room 4033

GPS Credit: 1 (Research-Related Skills)

With any questions please contact Mariya Maistrovskaya, Digital Publishing Librarian at mariya.maistrovskaya@utoronto.ca

Date: Friday, August 30, 2019
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Presenter: Nadia Muhe
Location: Map & Data Library
Campus: St. George (Downtown) Campus

In this hands-on workshop, students will learn how to read, explore, manipulate and combine data in Stata as well as run some common statistical analyses. It is suitable for new Stata users and Stata users looking to develop their familiarity with common Stata syntax.

Date: Thursday, August 29, 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Presenter: Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office
Location: Robarts Library
Campus: St. George (Downtown) Campus

 

Location: Robarts Electronic Classroom (Room 4033, 4th Floor)

This workshop will help faculty and instructors better understand copyright law, fair dealing, and University of Toronto policies with respect to course materials for instruction.

Librarians from The Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office will introduce the University of Toronto's Fair Dealing Guidelines, and elaborate on the support that the University of Toronto Libraries offers, such as the Syllabus Service, to assist faculty with making course readings available to students in a copyright-compliant manner.

This workshop will consist of a 30-minute presentation and ample time for questions.

 

 

Date: Thursday, September 5, 2019
Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Presenter: Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office
Location: Robarts Library
Campus: St. George (Downtown) Campus

 

Location: Robarts Electronic Classroom (Room 4033, 4th Floor)

This workshop will help faculty and instructors better understand copyright law, fair dealing, and University of Toronto policies with respect to course materials for instruction.

Librarians from The Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office will introduce the University of Toronto's Fair Dealing Guidelines, and elaborate on the support that the University of Toronto Libraries offers, such as the Syllabus Service, to assist faculty with making course readings available to students in a copyright-compliant manner.

This workshop will consist of a 30-minute presentation and ample time for questions.

 

 

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