Classes are underway, and chances are you’re taking stock of the assignments and presentations that lay ahead of you this term.
As you map out your action plan, assemble your group members and prepare for success, don’t overlook a critical component: understanding how to properly conduct business research, and cite your work.
The quality of your research and your ability to document academic and business research sources are all essential to your success in your graduate program.
Check out the following two-part academic workshop series offered by the Bronfman Business Library. Designed to help you achieve streamlined, successful business research, these quick, free workshops are a great way to start your term on the right foot!
Graduate Research Skills Workshop
Taught by Shelly Shapero, Part-time Business Librarian
Option 1: Attend the live Zoom Workshop
Wednesday, February 10
12:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.
A link to join the webinar via Zoom will be sent to registered students by e-mail.
Register to receive a copy of the slides & recording 2-3 business day after the live session.
This workshop covers business research fundamentals. It is designed to assist with secondary research expectations for assignments/projects in the MBA and Masters program at Schulich.