The Enhanced Research Skills Certification Program (ERSCP) is an opportunity for UO undergraduate students to receive training and education in research knowledge and methods. The ERSCP consists of a series of 5 workshops taking place during the winter term. The workshop topics are:
1. Responsible conduct of research
2. Finding scholarly literature in a discipline and managing and organizing information
3. Understanding data
4. Collecting and using data ethically
5. Writing abstracts and communicating research
* Each session lasts one hour and thirty minutes.
How it Works:
The ERSCP is open to all UO undergraduate students. Students can decide to attend only those workshops that meet their interests, however, in order to receive a certificate of completion you must attend all five of the workshops and complete the post-workshop survey.
Workshop 1: Responsible Conduct of Research
Wednesday, January 13 6-7:30 pm Knight Library, Room 41 & 42
Workshop 2: Finding Scholarly Literature and Managing and Organizing Information
Wednesday, January 20 6-7:30 pm Knight Library, Room 41 & 42
Workshop 3: Understanding Data
Wednesday, January 27 6-7:30 pm Knight Library, Room 41 & 42
Workshop 4: Collecting and Using Data and Information Ethically
Wednesday, February 3 6-7:30 pm Knight Library, Room 41 & 42
Workshop 5: Writing Successful Conference Proposals and Research Abstracts & Communicating Research
Wednesday, February 10 6-7:30 pm Knight Library, Room 41 & 42
Registration is now closed.