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University Library

Training Resources 2016-17

A listing for all sessions to be run during 2016/17 Michaelmas term can be found below; all sessions can be booked via the training booking system. Slides for some sessions will be made available from the CAROD training blog at the end of each term.

PGR Training Pathways (Information Literacy)

PGR Training Pathways (Information Literacy)

Introduction to the Library (including tour of Bill Bryson Library)

12th October, 14.30-15.45; 19th October, 09.30-10.45; 1st November, 12.30-13.45

Finding and Managing Information (with introduction to Endnote) (with CIS)

3rd November, 9.30-12.30; 9th November, 13.30-16.30; 8th December, 09.30-12.30;

Finding Information: Search Strategies

21st October, 14.30-16.00; 3rd November, 14.30-16.00

Finding Information: Bibliographic and Subject databases

26th October, 14.30-16:00; 8th November, 11.30-13.00

Finding Information: Google Scholar and the Academic Web

27th October, 09.30-11.30; 11th November, 14.30-16.30

Finding Information: Newspapers and News resources

7th November, 14.30-16.00;

Finding Information: Discovering Doctoral Theses & Conference Papers

14th November, 14.30-16.30; 14th December, 14.30-16.30

Copyright for Researchers

16th November, 11.00-12.30; tbc December*

Keeping up to date with emerging research

31st October, 14:30-17.00; 18th November, 14.30-17.00;

Measuring Research Impact (Bibliometric Research Indictaors)

23rd November, 14.30-16.30; 15th December, 09.30-11.30;

Historical Collections for Researchers (with Heritage Collections)

13th November, 14.30-16.30; 2nd December, 14.30-16.30;

Publishing your Research: Open Access Publishing

tbc December,

Publishing your Research: Research Data Management (with CIS)

tbc December,

Networking with Academic Networks (with Durham University Careers Service)

tbc December,

Critical Reading and Thinking (with English Language Centre)

4th November, 09.30-12.00; 22nd November, 10.00-12.30

Historical Collections for Researchers: Keeping organised (with CIS)

tbc December,