Book on to one of our workshops in the calendar below.
These include workshops on referencing, literature searching and referencing software.
Some workshops are held on MS Teams - enrol on to a workshop to access the link.
Some workshops are held on-site - enrol to a workshop to find out the room number.
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;
Find the Powerpoint slides for each workshop here, plus supplementary learning materials.
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 and Academic 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 25 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 (Southwark, Croydon, Havering).
Please click here if you need instructions on how to make an appointment using MyAccount
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