Monday, 11 January 2010

Help with using the Library

If you are a new student starting this term, or if you would like some help with using some of our resources then the following may be of interest.

Introduction to the Library sessions
We are running a half-hour session for new students each evening this week (11th-15th January) at 17:00 in the Library Seminar Room. These cover the things you need to know about getting started on using the library and include a demonstration of the library catalogue. There is no need to book, just turn up. The Library Seminar Room is on the first floor of the library, but if you are not sure please ask at the Issue Desk or at the Help Desk for directions.

Saturday sessions
We will be running sessions during January and February on some of our resources. These are as follows:
  • 16th January - Introduction to using the library catalogue and e-journals. 12pm, repeated at 2pm
  • 30th January - Introduction to legal information. 12pm, repeated at 2pm
  • 6th February - Searching the Psychological literature. 12pm, repeated at 2pm
  • 13th February - Using the Citation Indexes. 12pm and 2pm (For this topic, the 12pm session will be Introductory and the 2pm session will be Advanced)
  • 20th February - E-resources for Philosophy. 12pm, repeated at 2pm
  • 27th February - E-resources for History of Art. 12pm, repeated at 2pm
  • 13th March - Finding company information. 12pm, repeated at 2pm
Please note that you do need to book a place on these courses. You can do this via the form at:

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