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Library workshops for PhD students

We have lots of workshops on offer during the Autumn term:



We will be delivering short Library inductions as part of the College induction days over the next two weeks.

The following week we will be running some introductory sessions for reference management and research data management. We’ll also repeat the Library induction for those who may have missed it.

Tuesday 28th October
Introduction to the Library, 11-11.30

Wednesday 29th October
Introduction to Reference Management, 11-11.30
Introduction to Research Data Management, 14-14.30

Thursday 30th October
Introduction to the Library, 11-11.30

Friday 31st October
Introduction to Reference Management, 11-11.30
Introduction to Research Data Management, 14-14.30

Our training sessions open to all PhD students start from the first week of November. This term we’re running sessions on the following topics:

  • Planning your literature search
  • Conducting your literature search
  • Making research information come to you
  • RefWorks/Advanced RefWorks
  • EndNote/Advanced EndNote
  • Copyright and your theses

All these sessions need be booked via PROSE.


If you are a researcher working off-campus then check out our online resources:


You can also follow us on Twitter, YouTube, Prezi and Slideshare.

If you have any questions, or would like to make a 1to1 appointment, then please don't hesitate to contact us on:
librarians@le.ac.uk

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