As a graduate student, you are more than just a consumer of knowledge. During your studies, you will learn how to collect, analyze, create, and share knowledge. Actively working to build your skills in this focus area will enable you to contribute to the advancement of knowledge within your chosen discipline.
Knowledge leaders share and communicate about their research in a way that helps others learn and understand. They conduct effective and ethical research and engage in scholarly activities to develop their expertise. They think critically and creatively about information they take in and problems they encounter.
Campus Partners & Offerings
Take advantage of the extensive resources and supports available through the Brock University Library to get help with learning, sharing, and developing ideas and embarking on your research journey:
- Get started with Discover your Library virtual resources and supports
- Book a research consultation with a Liaison Librarian or chat with a librarian
- Access DIY research help, including research guides, tutorials, and writing and citing resources
- Explore offerings from Brock Library’s Digital Scholarship Lab and Makerspace (for more details about these partners and their offerings, see the Practiced Professional section)
See workshops and events on the Library’s ExperienceBU page.
Questions? Contact the Library team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gain effective strategies to support your own learning and learn how to communicate your research and academic knowledge with support from A-Z Learning Services:
- Book a 1:1 appointment with a Learning Skills Specialist by contacting email@example.com and sharing your program of study and what you would like help with
- Explore their helpful resources
- Complete BU 101 – Graduate Studies, an online skill development program (on Sakai)
- See workshops and events on A-Z’s ExperienceBU page
Questions? Contact the A-Z Learning Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in further developing your skills in teaching and learning with the support of the Centre for Pedagogical Innovation? We encourage you to:
- Participate in workshops offered in the TA Workshop Series (for teaching assistants, lab demonstrators, course coordinators, marker-graders, and seminar leaders)
- Complete one or more certificate programs, including the Instructional Skills Workshop, the Certificates in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, and the Graduate TA Practicum
- Request a 1:1 consultation by contacting email@example.com
- See workshops and events on their CPI Event Registration page
Questions? Contact the CPI team at firstname.lastname@example.org.