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Join a team of librarians for this series of five workshops, during which you will learn how to become a more successful researcher. Each section will be offered twice, once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Register for more information here: https://go.library.illinois.edu/research.
The Program Leader Safety and Best Practices Workshop guides program leaders (faculty, staff, or students leading programs) in preparing for the safest possible experience abroad. Those who lead, or assist, short-term education abroad or other University-related travel abroad for students must attend at least one workshop a year.
In this online discussion, four Illinois scholars will share their experiences interacting with academic publishers and getting their work published. The featured panelists have published books and scholarly articles and have edited books and academic journals. Their insights can give other scholars and graduate students a better idea of all that publishing entails.
Non-Traditional Publishing and Digitization in Slavic and East European Countries is a workshop focused on Slavic and East European resources, specifically primary sources created by underground, alternative, and counter-culture social groups.
Join us to celebrate the great Russian poet, playwright, and novelist Alexander Pushkin! This year marks 220 years since this cultural icon was born. We will celebrate his birth with snacks, refreshments, and stories of his life and death!