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Autumn workshops


Our workshops for the autumn term are live on PROSE and ready to book.

We'll be offering the following workshops this term:

  • Planning your literature search
  • Conducting your literature search
  • Beginners RefWorks
  • Beginners EndNote
  • Copyright and your thesis
  • Advanced RefWorks
  • Advanced EndNote
  • Beginners Prezi
  • Making your research information come to you

Our colleague Dr Simon Dixon will also run An Introduction to Digital Humanities, the first in a new series of workshops for research students.You can find more details about all of the courses on PROSE and via the Graduate School events page.

Booking via PROSE is essential for all sessions

If the dates aren't suitable or you're based off-campus, remember that you can always request more help or a one-to-one appointment on any of the workshop topics. We can talk in person, via Skype, on the phone, or by email. Just email liblass (Law, Arts & Social Sciences) or libstem (Science, Technology & Medicine) to book an appointment.

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