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Online versions of our workshops - now available

If you're a distance learner or unable to make it to campus for our workshops, don't worry. Our first set of online resources are now available. These replicate the face-to-face sessions that we deliver to campus-based researchers.

Currently available:
Introduction to the Library
Introduction to Research Data Management
Introduction to Reference Management

Plan your literature search
Conduct your literature search
Make research information come to you

You can also find these videos on our YouTube and Slideshare channels. Subscribe to stay up to date with our resources.

More to follow soon!

Chat to us!

Getting help in the Graduate School Reading Room is now even easier - we've gone online!

A member of the Research Services team is now available for queries online on weekday afternoons, 2-4pm. You can chat to us via the Library's Help Zone.

Select the Help Zone from the Library homepage
 Then select the chat icon
 Just choose 'Research Services' from the drop-down menu and we'll be ready to discuss your queries.
So if you're a distance learning student or are working at the other end of campus, you can still access our advice one-to-one. If you need further help we can always set up a Skype appointment. Email us to arrange an appointment.

If you do happen to be in the Library you can pop in to the Librarians office from 2-4pm to speak to a member of our team.

Library workshops for PhD students

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