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Discover our events, drop-ins and training sessions designed to support you with your studies, teaching and research.

 

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There are 9 events taking place next week
Monday 12th June 2023

Resource Spotlight: CINAHL

Date
12/06/2023 (12:00-12:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Our resource spotlights will guide you through a range of key resources to help you search effectively for information. Suitable for undergraduates and Masters students.
Wednesday 14th June 2023

Critically evaluating information (Social Sciences)

Date
14/06/2023 (12:00-13:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Discover how to think critically when reading and evaluating information, particularly papers found in published journals. Suitable for undergraduates (year two onwards) and masters students.

Advancing your literature searching skills (Medicine)

Date
14/06/2023 (13:30-14:30)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Develop your literature searching skills to find information for projects and dissertations. This session is suitable for undergraduates (year two onwards) and masters students studying Medicine and Health Sciences subjects.

Searching systematically to find evidence for a systematic review

Date
14/06/2023 (15:00-16:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Doing a systematic review for a project or dissertation? Expand your knowledge of the literature searching process in this session. Suitable for undergraduate and masters students doing systematic reviews for projects or dissertations in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects.
Thursday 15th June 2023

Using EndNote Online

Date
15/06/2023 (11:00-12:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
In this session discover how to import references to EndNote Online from your database searches, organise and edit the references you save, and use EndNote Online with Word to create consistent in-text citations and bibliographies in your writing.

Study Chat: Staying motivated and tackling procrastination

Date
15/06/2023 (12:00-13:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Join the Student Academic Skills team for a motivation-themed study chat. The team will take you through some useful ways to find, and maintain, your motivation.

Exhibition talk: Proteins from Print: Scientific evidence of usage of ingredients in historical medicinal recipes

Date
15/06/2023 (13:00-14:00)
Description
Professor Robert Layfield explores the possibility that protein residues, preserved for centuries on the surfaces of books and manuscripts containing historical medicinal recipes, may be alive with biological information that speaks to their handling and use.

Lunchtime Talk: Proteins from Print

Date
15/06/2023 (13:00-14:00)
Location:
Djanogly Art Gallery Lecture Theatre
Description
Proteins from Print: Scientific Evidence of Usage of Ingredients in Historical Medicinal RecipesĀ£3 (free concessions)The emerging field of 'biocodicology', where biological data contained within old books and manuscripts is interrogated, offers opportunities to apply a molecular narrative to material culture. Professor Robert Layfield explores the possibility that protein residues, preserved for centuries on the surfaces of books and manuscripts containing historical medicinal recipes, may be alive with biological information that speaks to their handling and use.
Friday 16th June 2023

Critically evaluating information (Arts)

Date
16/06/2023 (11:00-12:00)
Location:
Microsoft Teams
Description
Discover how to think critically when reading and evaluating information, particularly papers found in published journals. Suitable for undergraduates (year two onwards) and masters students.
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