Books That Shaped America: Franklin's Experiments and Observations on Electricity
Abramson Family Founders Room, SIS Building
Books that Shaped America is a special series of conversations for the local community and American University students, faculty and staff featuring selections from "Books That Shaped America," a list compiled by the Library of Congress. This Series is intended to foster open, constructive conversations about important and enduring themes in civil society.
Come to this class if you're already familiar with the basics of EndNote and are looking to get more out of it. Learn to customize EndNote and use some of the advanced features. Also, an overview for using EndNote Web will be provided. EndNote Web works with EndNote, but offers two central components: the ability 1) to manage references by logging on to www.myendnoteweb.com, and 2) to share ...more
Presented by Paula Warrick, Career Center, Office of Merit Awards
Successful applications for nationally comptitive grants have one element in common: a clear and compelling central question or research problem. Developing such a question usually requires many drafts and a process of trial and error. In this session we will address some of the challenges associated with framing a research ...more