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Keeping Track of Readings with Annotated Bibliographies - Shared screen with speaker view
Rubén González (he/him/él)
24:30
Candice is getting ALL of the degrees from Stanford! :D
Timothy ( he/him)
24:36
+++++
Rubén González (he/him/él)
29:07
If you have any questions or comments, drop them in the chat! This is a space to build with one another :D
Rubén González (he/him/él)
29:28
At any point, we will address them as they come. Or you can wait until the end.
Leslie Luqueno
29:54
Yes please feel free to drop questions here. I will be letting Candice and Ruben know as questions arise. If you don't feel comfortable asking in the big group chat, also feel free to DM me and I can ask the question for you :)
Rubén González (he/him/él)
31:30
I vote to add “hungry” :D
Leslie Luqueno
32:28
Here's the link on the slide: tinyurl.com/PLCGradStudios
Haemin Jee (she/her)
34:11
List of relevant sources with short summaries
Rubén González (he/him/él)
37:09
Help me with my literature review for my qualifying paper!
Timothy ( he/him)
37:45
Orals exams
Leslie Luqueno
40:24
Here's a link if anyone wants to follow along: https://tinyurl.com/AnnotatedBibSpreadsheet
Rubén González (he/him/él)
44:55
I can also see adding a column of how “useful” each text is for a specific research project
Shivani Guptasarma (she/her)
46:19
Side question: does Mendeley/Zotero export data to spreadsheets by any chance? The first few columns look like they could take some work to fill
Shivani Guptasarma (she/her)
47:23
Thank you!
Shivani Guptasarma (she/her)
48:06
Thanks Ruben!
Shivani Guptasarma (she/her)
49:02
and +1 for what Candice said in favour of cloud storage. Computer might also crash
Leslie Luqueno
49:59
Here's the link: https://tinyurl.com/AnnotatedBibliographyWordDoc
Candice Kim (she/they)
56:11
Just as a reminder, we will be sharing the link to the slides before y’all start working on your own annotated bibliographies - so you’ll have access to this list!
Julieta Gomez-Frittelli
56:14
Are there any annotated-bibliography “don’ts” or pitfalls to avoid, things that stood out as definitely NOT having worked once when you tried them (for whatever reason)?
Leslie Luqueno
01:05:39
Here's the slide deck: https://tinyurl.com/AnnotatedBibSlides
Candice Kim (she/they)
01:07:07
AgendaIntroduce yourselves - name, pronouns (if you feel comfortable sharing), your home department(s) (5 min)Discuss how annotated bibliographies can be most effectively used in your discipline (10 min)Start creating your annotated bibliography with papers you’ve already read (e.g. from your research, class, etc.) (20 min)Check in with your group - what challenges are you running into, if any? (10 min)Individually write down 3 bullet points re: your plan for your annotated bibliography after today’s session - how will you continue using this “living document” to support your work? (5 min)Briefly share out your plans with your group (5 min)We will bring everyone back to the main room for a short closing at the end! (5 min)
Leslie Luqueno
01:09:54
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