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Online Workshops

Unable to attend a workshop in person?  Check out the workshops below offered online for graduate students.

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  •    NEW: Thesis and Dissertation Webcourse

    • Use this comprehensive Webcourse to learn about the university’s thesis and dissertation requirements. Students at every stage of the process can find vital information on policies, procedures, formatting resources, and more. This non-credit Webcourse is designed to help students learn important skills for completing their thesis or dissertation through five self-paced modules. See the Online Pathways to Success FAQs for more information.

      Click here for this on demand workshop.   
  •    NEW: Graduate Grantsmanship Webcourse

    • The Graduate Grantsmanship Webcourse is intended for those seeking possible future careers in academia, research, and other fields demanding knowledge of research grants. This Webcourse will equip graduate students with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully obtain external research funding through five modules. See the Online Pathways to Success FAQs for more information.

      You must register for GPD 501: Online Graduate Grantsmanship through your myUCF Student Center under the Graduate Students section then Pathways to Success. Once enrolled, you will be sent an email with a link to the Webcourse.  

      Students must complete all five modules and pass the corresponding module quizzes for their Pathways to Success Training Summary to be marked as completed. Training Summaries will be updated within 30 days of completion of all five modules. You can access your Training Summary in your myUCF Student Center under Graduate Students then Pathways to Success then Your Graduate Workshops. The 2016-2017 course will remain available for students to complete until August 4, 2017.

      Please Note: Modules within the Graduate Grantsmanship Webcourse cannot substitute for face-to-face workshop attendance and vice versa. In order to complete the series, you must choose to take only face-to-face Graduate Grantsmanship Series workshops OR the Graduate Grantsmanship Webcourse.

  •    Write a Winning Resume

  •    From Resume to CV: Create a CV

    • How does a CV differ from a resume? Techniques to target academic and professional positions will be discussed.  Discover the components and formats to create a document that effectively communicates your professional background in this online workshop offered by the UCF Career Services.

      Click here for this on demand workshop.

  •    Showcase Your Talents: Create a Professional Portfolio

    • Understand the importance of showcasing your skills, experiences, and accomplishments through the use of a portfolio. Compare the advantages of both a hard copy and an electronic portfolio.

      Click here for this on demand workshop.

  •    Lacking Experience or Changing Careers? Combination Resumes that Work

    • A combination resume is an excellent resume format for students who are changing careers and for students who don’t have significant experience in their field of interest.  Learn strategies to develop a combination resume that highlights your transferable skills and accomplishments.

      Click here for this on demand workshop.

  •    Plan for the Interview

  •    The Academic Job Search

    • UCF Career Services offers this online workshop that will help you to decipher the necessary tools and tips that you will need to start your job search in academia.

      Click here for this on demand workshop.

  •    Strategize for the Job Search

  •    Cover Letters and Thank You Letters

  •    Avoiding Plagiarism

  •    Conducting a Literature Review

    • The UCF library offers this free online module which will help highlight tools to conduct a literature review.  

       Click here for this on demand workshop

      Please note you will need your NID and NID password to login to this module.


 

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