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New PGR workshops for the summer term

Our PGR workshops will be starting again in May and you can book places via PROSE

Workshops this term include:
  • Planning your literature search (online version)
  • Conducting your literature search (online version)
  • Making research information com to you (online version)
  • Who is citing who? (online video - 18mins)
  • EndNote
  • RefWorks
  • Prezi
  • Visualising Data
  • Advanced RefWorks
  • Advanced EndNote

Brand new for this term we have:

Raising your publication profile through Open Access 

  • Starting to publish your research?
  • Do you know if your funder requires you to make your work open access?
  • Want to ensure your publications can be read widely?
  • Then come along to this session... 10am on the 10th June... book via PROSE

If you can't make it to the workshops and would like help, or a 1to1 appointment (in person or via skype), then email


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