Skills@Library workshop programme 2021/22
The next batch workshops are now available to book online. This includes a mixture of face-to-face and online sessions. Please take care when completing our booking form, selecting your current level of study, ie ‘Taught postgraduate (Masters)’ if you are completing a Masters level degree. Once you’ve booked onto a session, details of what to expect in a face-to-face session and how to join our online sessions will be sent via email near to the event date.
View available workshops (20 October – 12 November 2021)
Join our mailing list to keep up-to-date with subsequent batch releases throughout the semester and find out first about any new sessions added.
Download our PDF for the full workshop programme schedule for semester 1.
In the meantime, take a look at our online resources, where you can find advice on various academic skills topics.
If you are a taught Masters student, you could book onto a "Shut up and write!" session to boost your productivity. These do not involve any teaching but offer a framework and supportive environment for you to focus on your own work. If you have any queries about this session please contact the Research Support Team.
Calling all final year students!
Skills@Library is hosting an online event ‘Embracing the Final Chapter’ on Wednesday 20th October at 13:00 - 16:00, to demystify the final year research project, provide tips, signpost resources and motivate you to undertake the challenge with confidence!
This free event is open to all undergraduate students and will consist of short keynotes from a student, Skills@Library Learning Advisor, as well as an Associate Professor. There will then be three 30 minute parallel sessions covering: how to develop a research question, methodology and methods; writing a literature review; and discussing results and making recommendations.
Please sign up by completing our short form. Once you’ve signed up, we’ll send you details of how to join nearer the date of the event.
Mailing list 2021/22
Join our mailing list to find out when a workshop is available and when extra sessions are added through the year.
We'll also share our top tips for study at relevant times throughout the year.