UDTS, in conjunction with the Division of Instructional Technology (DoIT) and University Libraries, is pleased to announce that we have scheduled some of our 3-Part Workshops for the Spring
2015 semester. We'll be offering them at the Fairfax, Prince William, and Arlington campuses. The schedule is attached here; further information about the individual sessions is below.
You can sign up for as many sessions as you wish. To sign up, please visit this site:
There, please sign up for any session(s) you wish. Options include:
Using UDTS: UDTS Coordinator Sally Evans will walk you through the process you must complete in order to turn in your materials and graduate on time. UDTS is here to help!
Using Word: Jon Hitt, a member of DoIT, will introduce you to our Interactive Template (which can be found here: http://thesis.gmu.edu/templates.html). You're not required to use it, but it's designed to make formatting your document quicker and easier.
Using Zotero: Chris Magee, a member of University Libraries, offers an overview of the citation management system, Zotero. Zotero was developed here at Mason and is an excellent resource for collecting and implementing your citations.
We look forward to working with you! Please let us know if you have any questions or need any further information.
Sally R. Evans
University Dissertation & Thesis Services
George Mason University
Fenwick Library, Room C203
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.