Blog topic: Engineering
Feeling overwhelmed? Need to get all your research articles organized and referenced?
Interested in writing for publication but need tips on how to present your findings? Thinking about applying for funding, but don't know where to start?
Get tips for how to find grants, publish articles and organize your research at Gear Up for Research Day on Thursday, January 28 from 1 to 5 pm in the Mackenzie room on the third floor of the Huang Engineering Center.
Check out these 5 tips from the trenches on writing a great data management plan (DMP) for your next research grant proposal. These tips are based on feedback given about real-life data mangement plans! Find out more about data management plans from our web site.
The University Archives is pleased to announce that videotaped lectures from Don Knuth's computer science course Mathematical Writing (CS209), given in the fall of 1987, are now available online. The course focused on issues of technical writing and the effective presentation of mathematics and computer science.
Finding the best tool for your research and using it efficiently is a challenge for all new students. The Stanford Libraries offer workshops to help you increase your skill level, explore new resources and network with other students. If you don’t have time to attend a workshop, you can review these videos on some of the research tools provided by the library.
Workshops are scheduled during September, October and November with the first sessions during the week of September 28.