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Using Scrivener for Research (graduate students only)
October 25, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Are you a fan of the index card method of organizing your research but are running out of room in your shoebox apartment? Or perhaps you’re looking for a new way to study or write your papers? Scrivener is a tool for writing long papers, screenplays, books, and more. You can learn how to organize your notes, tag concepts, add status updates as you work, study for exams, write your papers, and more.
This workshop is part of Fordham IT’s series of instructional technology workshops designed especially for graduate students looking to broaden their knowledge and skill with digital tools for the classroom, research, and professionalization. It is organized by Heather V. Hill, Graduate Student Liaison for Fordham IT’s Instructional Technology Academic Computing (ITAC).