Thursday, 8 January 2015

Saturday workshops this term - book your place

Our programme of Saturday workshops for this term is now available for booking. We have workshops to interest new students, those studying law, business, literature and history and those studying any subject who wish to find out about using Endnote to manage references. 
Follow the links to find out more and book your place.

Sat 24th January 2015
2.00pm - 3.30pm

Getting to grips with your reading list.
Understand what you are being asked to read (book, book chapter, journal article, etc.) and learn how to find to find them in the Library and eLibrary.
Book for this workshop
Sat 31st January 2015
11.30am - 1.00pm 
Finding Company Information
This session will help you to find background information on companies using both the library databases and  information on free resources you can use at other libraries in London.
Book for this workshop
Sat 7th February 2015
11.30am - 1.00pm

Literature Online (LION) and Drama Online
This session will focus on two key databases for students of literature, Literature Online (LION) and Drama Online, provided by the Library.
Book for this workshop
Sat 21st February 2015
11.00am - 12.30pm
Getting to grips with your reading list.
Understand what you are being asked to read (book, book chapter, journal article, etc.) and learn how to find to find them in the Library and eLibrary.
Part of Academic Writing Day - booking details coming shortly
Sat 28th February 2015
11.30am - 1.00pm
Beyond Lexis Library & Westlaw UK
This session is aimed at Law students, encouraging participants to look beyond using the 'Big Two' databases (Westlaw and Lexis) in their research.
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Sat 7th March 2015
11.30am - 1.00pm
Managing your references using EndNote
An introduction to EndNote, reference management software that helps you collect, store and manage your references and cite them correctly.
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Sat 14th March 2015
2.00pm - 3.30pm
Finding out about the 19th Century
We will examine a range of online primary and secondary resources available via the Library, shedding light on 19th Century Britain.
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