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Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm
Location: Gerstein Library

Explore proprietary and open datasets that can inform your market research or power your technology. This interactive session will identify sources of marketing, consumer, demographic and economic data.

Participants will learn to:

    Identify types of data Navigate major databases/portals available through the library and on the web via hands-on experience Critically evaluate the suitability of data resources to meet their needs


Next session: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Location: Instruction Lab, 2nd Floor, Gerstein Library
Instructor: Matthew Gertler, Data Librarian, Map & Data Library, matthew.gertler@utoronto.ca

If you have questions about this workshop, please contact Chris Kim, Entrepreneurship Librarian, csy.kim@utoronto.ca


Note: This workshop is free and registration is required. However, we have a minimum attendance threshold for this workshop to run. If you cannot attend this workshop, and fail to withdraw 48+ hours in advance, thereby preventing others on the waitlist from filling in your spot, your library account will be charged $10. Please note, it is your responsibility to sign-in next to your name on the attendance sheet for this workshop. A blank signature spot will result in a penalty charge.


This session is part of the Entrepreneurship Research Skills co-curricular record. To participate, bring your T-Card and register at the beginning of the session.

Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Time: 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Kelly Library

Write with others—with a writing instructor for support. Everyone is welcome! Please bring a printout of your work—and your laptop. Come prepared to work on your essay while an instructor moves around the room to help you and others with questions, problem areas or essay structure. Try to have focused questions ready to ask!


Room 302, Third Floor, John M. Kelly Library

113 St. Joseph Street Toronto, Ontario M5S 3C2 Canada

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Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018
Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Gerstein Library

Does your thesis, research, or prototype have application outside the academic realm? Are you interested in entrepreneurship as a potential career path? Find out how the process of research commercialization works for graduate students at U of T, what makes a good invention disclosure, and what you need to know about intellectual property, market research, and campus resources.

This three-hour workshop includes:
1. Campus resources for startups
2.  Invention disclosures and research commercialization processes at U of T
3.  Databases and tools for business/market research

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When: December 13, 2018, from 1p.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: Gerstein Library, Instruction Lab, 2nd Floor
Holly Inglis, Public Services Librarian, Rotman Business Information Centre, holly.inglis@rotman.utoronto.ca
Karen Temple, Entrepreneurship Manager, Innovations and Partnerships Office, karen.temple@utoronto.ca
Chris Kim, Entrepreneurship Librarian, Gerstein Science Information Centre, csy.kim@utoronto.ca

Date: Thursday, December 13, 2018
Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Kelly Library

Work on your assignments with others—with a librarian for support. Everyone is welcome!

Bring an assignment, a draft of your work, an idea, or just a few questions. Bring your laptop too. Work in the company of other students while a librarian moves around the room to help you and others with questions.


Room 302, Third Floor, John M. Kelly Library

113 St. Joseph Street Toronto, Ontario M5S 3C2 Canada

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Research and teaching

  • Research and course guides

    Research advice, useful tools, and the best resources for your needs curated by librarians.

  • Researcher support

    Services to help you with all facets of your research: finding materials; discovering resources; and managing your publications and research data.

  • Copyright and syllabus services

    Support for course readings, syllabi, publishing, and open access.

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