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Student Training Sessions in April 2012

April 16, 2012


This month sees library training sessions  about using RefWorks, understanding and avoiding plagiarism, an introduction to Libary OneSearch, plus a practical workshop in Harvard referencing. A full list of this month’s events at the Boots Library can be found  here: Boots Student Training Events, April 2012 All sessions run in the training room in the […]

February Staff Training Sessions

February 6, 2012


This month we have the following sessions running for academic staff at the Boots Library: Wed 8th Feb, 2pm – 4pm.  RefWorks: Referencing Made Easy. Wed 15th Feb, 3pm – 4pm.  Web of Knowledge and Citation Analysis. Mon 20th Feb,  2pm – 3pm.  Researching your MPhil/PhD. Wed 22nd Feb, 2pm – 4pm.  Copyright: Your Use […]

Student Training Events for February 2012

February 1, 2012


We’ve a new training session this month for you – how to use our new online search system, Library OneSearch.  We’re running a couple of sessions on the 1st and 8th of February.  In addition to this there’s a Trend Prediction and Forecasting Services session on 22nd February, and a Practical Harvard Referencing Workshop on […]

Trend Prediction and Forecasting Services – 17 November

November 14, 2011


Rachel will be running a training session this Thursday, at 2pm in the Library training room about the prediction and forecasting services available via Libraries and Learning Resources. The session will cover WGSN, Trend Union, the various journals we have,  and will also recommend some freely available online forecasting services.  There are a few places […]

Staff and Student Training Events, w/c 31 October 2011

October 31, 2011


Welcome to this week’s round-up of library training events. For Students we have the following sessions happening: Avoiding Plagiarism.  Wednesday 2 November, 2pm-3pm. Find out about the importance of referencing and attributing other peoples work in your assignments, to avoid accusations of plagiarism. The session will explain how copyright impacts on your work and how […]

Student Training Events for November 2011

October 17, 2011


Hi Apologies for the lack of postings recently, both Ian and Rachel have been busy seeing new students for induction sessions, and updating 2nd years and 3rd years.  In addition to the sessions that we do through the various programmes we work with, the library also runs a number of training events that any student […]

Staff Training Events: September 2011

September 5, 2011


It’s nearly the start of a new academic year, so we’ve a new programme of training events coming up.  For staff they’re starting this week, and over the next month will cover Open Educational Resources ePortfolio Resource List Management Software, and RSS Feeds and Social Bookmarking For more details, check the library website, or download […]

Training Events for Staff – w/c 27 June

June 27, 2011


This week’s training events cover Open Access, RefWorks, and social bookmarking. There are other events going on across all three campus libraries, please check our website for more details. Open Access and iRep.   Wednesday 29 June 1-2.  Want to know more about how to raise your research profile by publishing via an Open Access route (i.e. free […]

Training Events for Staff and Students – w/c 13th June

June 13, 2011


As we’re just about at the end of term  we have only one student training event this week at the Boots Library.  We are running two sessions for staff – a new one about Open Educational Resources, and Rachel is running a session on image research. Students Dissertation Research.  Wednesday 15th June, 2-3.  Is your […]

Training Events for Staff and Students – w/c 6th June.

June 6, 2011


There are other events going on across all three campus libraries, please check our website for more details. Students Using Refworks – Citing References.  Wednesday 8th June, 2-3.  An introduction to RefWorks. Includes: RefWorks registration; creating your database; and using Write-N-Cite in Word. Staff RefWorks 1: The Basics.   Wednesday 8th June. 3-4.  An introduction to RefWorks. Includes: […]