Postgraduate research programme

The library participates in the university skills development programme for postgraduates.

 

 

24/4/18

E-Thesis Training - let the world read your research Ph.D.

This session will give an overview of the process for submission and any issues you may encounter. We will also discuss the benefits of online theses and any concerns you may have.

Training Rm 1, Singleton Park Library 10-11am  
27/4/18

Copyright: get your facts right

This session will ensure you take the correct approach to using material subject to copyright, including academic texts, images, online digital material and specialised resources.

(Before attending the session participants are encouraged to complete the short ‘IP Tutor’ training provided by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) tailored to the sector module that best reflects their course: http://www.ipo.gov.uk/blogs/iptutor/) 

 

Bay Library, PC Rm 2 9.30-11am  
1/5/18

EndNote

This session looks at the tools available in academic databases to analyse and evaluate search results, helping you to focus and prioritise your reading.  

 

Training Rm 3, Singleton Park Library 10.30-12  
2/5/18

E-Thesis - let the world read your research Ph.D.

This session will give an overview of the process for submission and any issues you may encounter. We will also discuss the benefits of online theses and any concerns you may have.

Training Rm 3, Singleton Park Library 2-3.30pm  
4/5/18

Copyright: get your facts right

This session will ensure you take the correct approach to using material subject to copyright, including academic texts, images, online digital material and specialised resources.

(Before attending the session participants are encouraged to complete the short ‘IP Tutor’ training provided by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) tailored to the sector module that best reflects their course: http://www.ipo.gov.uk/blogs/iptutor/) 

Training Rm 1, Singleton Park Library 10-11.30am  
 8/5/18

 Search strategies for systematic and in-depth reviews

Systematic reviews aim to identify, evaluate and synthesize all findings that meet strictly pre-defined criteria for a specific research question. They have to be objective, transparent and replicable. They are used primarily in health and medical research but can also be used in other subject areas. Aspects of the methodology may also be useful to develop more advanced literature searching techniques.

  

 Training Rm 3, Singleton Park Library  2-2.30pm  
9/5/18

E-thesis training - let the world read your research Ph.D.

This session will give an overview of the process for submission and any issues you may encounter. We will also discuss the benefits of online theses and any concerns you may have.

Bay Library, PC Rm 2 9-10am  
10/5/18

Better literature reviews: advanced search techniques

This session will introduce more advanced literature search techniques to get better, faster results for your literature review. 

 

Training Rm 3, Singleton Park Library

2-4pm  
4/7/18

Library Tour

Come for a guided tour of the library. Find out how your subject librarian can help you and see the different book and study areas. We will also show you how to use our catalogue and request systems, plus how to print and photocopy. 

Training Rm 1, Singleton Park Library 10-11.30am