Training

The Library offers a range of training to support taught postgraduates and researchers. Some topics we have covered recently range from practical hands-on sessions like managing your references and bibliography or exploiting e-journals, to sessions which develop interdisciplinary skills and further professional development such as copyright for dissertations and theses or making an impact when publishing.

We deliver sessions for the Graduate School on the Master's Skills Training and Researcher Development Programme. Most of our sessions are usually held in the Library Training Room on Floor 3 (L317) for practical computer based sessions, or the Library Seminar Room (L226) on Floor 2 for workshops and presentations.

To see what's on and to book visit Training, Development and Support on the Graduate School website. Full details about including session outlines, dates, times and locations are available. If you find a session you would like to attend, you should book it online. 

If you have a suggestion for a session you think would be useful, do let us know. You can contact us by e-mail or chat to us online, or tell us in person when you visit. Or send us a message via our Facebook page or Twitter. Our contact details are available under About Us on our website.

 

Page last updated: Wednesday 19 December 2012