Text-books are very useful in learning new skills and processes. Books with the title of Study Skills, Literature Review and Research Methods can help developing information and research skills. Here is a couple of recommendations from your Librarian.
LinkedIn Learning (used to be lynda.com) is an American website offering video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills. It is a subsidiary of LinkedIn.
There is something for everyone. Whether you're looking for a complete training course or a quick answer on how to do something (for example, in Excel or on Twitter), there are over 4000 courses and over 150,000 tutorials with new releases every week.
As LinkedIn Learning is an online resource, it can be used via almost any device with internet access. Videos can also be downloaded for viewing offline at your convenience.
Throughout the academic year, the Library holds various training and support events. All of these are advertised on the Library's event calendar below. Some of the regular events are:
Click on an event in the calendar below to find out more about the event topic, time, location, and registration details.
Find the Powerpoint slides for each workshop here, plus supplementary learning materials.
Digital Skills Centre provides training to improve your Digital Skills in the use of multimedia and various software.
For further information, one-to-one appointments, and to see Digital Skills events calendar go to Digital Skills Centre page.
Student IT Support provides technical support for the technologies used in the university. If you need help with:
visit Student IT Support LibGuide.
Please see our page for Students with Disabilities to find out more about Library's Disability and Dyslexia Support including;
You can book an appointment with an Information Skills Librarian for one to one support of up to 30 minutes. We can offer advice with:
Appointments can be booked up to two weeks in advance.
NB: Please give us advance notice, we get booked up very quickly and are unable to see students on the day for appointments. Please visit our Research Help Desk instead for immediate help.
You will be asked to include the following information when submitting an appointment request:
Details of training and support required, ie. Literature Searching (with topic if known), Referencing
If you are unable to make any of the available slots, please email us at email@example.com and we can see if we can accommodate you.
Please note: all information correct at time of presentation.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.