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Find it! Use it! Reference it! : The S&E Workshops

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The Library Services is offering a series of workshops to taught Science and Engineering students. They will be conducted over Ms Teams.

To avoid disappointment, click on dates to book your place now, and put the dates and times in your calendar!

For more information, email: library-sande@qmul.ac.uk

 

Mendeley 

Have you conducted good research but found too many results to handle? Mendeley can help you to record and organise your references and PDFs. Learn how to organise your documents, gather your reference and incorporate them into your Word documents or transform them into a Bibtex-file for use in LaTeX. Or how to use Mendeley while doing group work with your course colleagues.

This half an hour introductory session will teach you get you started using Mendeley.

There are two available sessions: Monday November 2 & Thursday November 5, at Midday either day.

Endnote

Have you conducted good research but found too many results to handle? Endnote can help you to record and organise your references and PDFs. Learn how to organise your documents, gather your reference and incorporate them into your Word documents or transform them into a Bibtex-file for use in LaTeX.

This half an hour introductory session will teach you get you started using Endnote.

There are two available sessions: Tuesday November 3 & Friday November 6, at Midday either day.

How to Reference Github, Twitch, Quora and other weird and wonderful sources.

In this one hour session, facilitated by Olu Popoola and James Soderman from the Library Teaching and Learning Support Team, you will learn the principles of referencing so you can cite any type of source from scratch. You will also learn how to produce a credible reference list that will impress academics reading your work.
This session run on: November 11th, at 2pm

Critical Thinking or How To Persuade your Grandmother that 5G doesn't cause Corona.

In this 2-hour interactive session, you will develop your critical and computational thinking skills through diving into the mind of a fake news producer and debunking and 'mythbusting' disinformation and bad science. Facilitated by Olu Popoola and James Soderman from the Library Teaching and Learning Support Team

This session will run on: November 18, at 3pm