We may be stuck at home with limited access to labs or libraries, but this is a perfect time to revisit research, and prepare to transform it into writing. How do you keep track of the material you have collected (notes, transcriptions, surveys, images, etc.), and how do you make sense of it all as you form your research questions? How do you sift through, sort, and process this information in order to find meaningful connections as you begin the process of writing? In this workshop, we will be joined by Odile Harter and Anna Assogba from the Harvard Library, who will discuss how to find a strategy that works for you, and what tools you might utilize along the way. This might be particularly helpful if you are in the prospectus or early dissertation stage, but it is open to GSAS students at every level.

To register and receive the Zoom link, please RSVP to cebrown@fas.harvard.edu. If you are interested in the event, but the time does not work for you, please let us know, as we may hold a second session.

Host Organizations:

Center for Writing and Communicating Ideas