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Food Science: Training and Support

We are here to help you find and use valuable information. We offer...
  • Library Inductions arranged by your School
  • Library Training Sessions on Referencing, Literature Searching, RefWorks, etc. throughout the year
  • Individual help Bookable 1:1 appointments through MS Teams or phone (max. 30 minutes

Full Events & Workshops (Both Sites)

Workshops

Book on to one of our workshops in the calendar below. 

These are short, lunch time workshops on referencing, literature searching and referencing software.

All workshops are held on MS Teams - enrol on to a workshop to access the link.

Further Support and Training Opportunities

Digital Skills Centre provides training to improve your Digital Skills in the use of multimedia and various software. 

  • Microsoft  Office 
  • VLE (Moodle)
  • Building basic websites 

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: 

  • Password Reset 
  • VLE (Moodle)
  • Email
  • Software provided by the university

visit Student IT Support LibGuide. 

 

If you need help with:

  • Critical Thinking
  • Notetaking 
  • Reflective Writing 
  • Maths 
  • Statistics,
  • Drug Calculations

...and much more, click on the image below to take you to Skills for Learning webpages. 

 

Please see our page for Students with Disabilities to find out more about Library's  Disability and Dyslexia Support including; 

  • Screen reader ClaroRead  and MindManager 
  • Accessible e-books 
  • Accessible text formats (Digital and Print)
  • Advice on Software and IT accessibility 

Training Materials

Please note: all information correct at time of presentation. 

Please contact askalibrarian@lsbu.ac.uk if you have any questions.

Library workshops training materials

Find the Powerpoint slides for each workshop here, plus supplementary learning materials.


 

Harvard Referencing


Literature Searching


OSCOLA Referencing

OSCOLA referencing video


Refworks


Evaluating Information

Book a 1-2-1 appointment with a Librarian

Get 1-2-1 help with your research!

In addition to the teaching we do as part of your degree programme and our open workshop training programme, we also offer 1-2-1 or small group appointments with our specialist Information Skills Librarians.


What are 1-2-1 appointments for?

They are a space to receive tailored advice and support that is specific to your assignment or topic area. The librarians can help you think about key words or concepts for searching, building a search strategy, using specific databases and referencing your sources.


How long is an appointment?

Appointments are limited to 30 minutes. To ensure equality of access to all users, please do not book multiple appointments on the same day. 


How do I book?

Click the button to view our appointment calendars - we offer virtual/online appointments via Microsoft Teams and face-to-face appointments in our libraries (currently available at the Perry Library only - availability for Havering and Croydon will be added soon!) 

Please click here if you need instructions on how to make an appointment using MyAccount


Book a librarian appointment button

LinkedIn Learning

 

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.

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