Lightning talks

Lightning talks give quick overviews of a variety of topics. The start at 1pm and run until 3:45. To view the times for the sessions below, download the lightning talk schedule.

Lightning talk descriptions

The Stanford Geospatial Center, presented by David Mederios 

Workshops, consultations in-class instruction and more, learn about what is available at the SGC.

Spreadsheets done right: tips for your data, presented by Amy Hodge

Ten tips on how to keep your spreadsheets in tip-top shape.

How to write the specific aims section for grant proposals presented by Crystal Botham

Develop and strengthen the specific aims or executive summary of your grant proposals.

Your writing and presentation partner, the Technical Communication Program presented by Mary McDevitt

Overview of all the services offered by the TCP to help you with written and oral presentations.

SPIE Digital Library presented by Kelvin Saxton, Product Manager

Find out how to use the SPIE Digital Library to review conference session recordings, create saved searches and more.

Using Research Data?  SSDS Can Help! presented by Ashley Jester

Using software for quantitative or qualitative analysis? The SSDS in Green Library can help you on your data journey.

Mendeley: new profiles and job search features presented by Doug Feldner, Mendeley

Find out what’s new: Mendeley Careers, Mendeley Data and enhanced profile features.

R at SUL, workshops and more presented by Claudia Engel

Interested in learning R? This talk will give an overview of the R resources and activities at the Stanford Libraries.

Overleaf, collaborate with LaTeX presented by Ryan Looney

Join the Stanford Overleaf Group to claim your free Overleaf Pro account and collaborate with your team.

Stanford Profiles, a new academic research tool presented by Grace Baysinger

Faculty and graduate student profiles to help you find collaboration opportunities and showcase your work.

AccessEngineering new videos and DataVis presented by Vincent Pizzoli

Over 600 engineering handbooks plus videos, calculators, interactive tables and Data Vis for Material Properties.

Deposit your work in the Stanford Digital Repository presented by Sarah Lester

Find out how to use the SDR to deposit your research reports and datasets.

RefWorks, new features presented by Andrea Sevetson, ProQuest