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Upcoming Skills@Library Workshops

From crafting essays to critical thinking, we've got a new set of workshops for you.

Whether it's essay structure, critical thinking, or workload management—our programme of skills workshops are here to help you get the most out of your time at university.

Book onto Skills@Library workshops by visiting the training catalogue.

A fresh lineup of Skills@Library workshops are released every fortnight and you can hear about them first by signing up to the mailing list.

The new release of workshops from 27 January to 14 February are listed below.

Workshops for all

Developing your vocabulary—Tuesday 28 January

Writing clearly 2: sentence structure—Wednesday 29 January

Writing clearly 1: key grammar—Friday 31 January

Planning your essay—Monday 3 February

Writing clearly 3: from sentence to paragraph—Tuesday 4 February

Finding and evaluating information—Wednesday 5 February

Critical thinking—Monday 10 February

Report writing—Tuesday 11 February

Structuring your essay—Thursday 13 February

Year three undergraduate workshops

Planning your UG research project—Wednesday 29 January

Structuring your UG research project—Monday 3 February

Writing a literature review for you UG research project—Thursday 6 February

Postgraduate workshops

Planning your TPG research project—Friday 7 February

Time management skills for TPGs—Thursday 13 February

Writing skills for TPGs—Friday 14 February

Online workshops and webinars

EndNote Monday—Monday 27 Januuary

Academic writing—Tuesday 28 January

Boost your productivity—Thursday 30 January

Planning and preparing your presentation—Friday 31 January

Searching and researching—Friday 7 February

Academic writing—Wednesday 12 February

Researching company information—Wednesday 12 February

Managing your workload—Friday 14 February

Express sessions

Interpreting the task—Wednesday 5 February

Time saving notes—Monday 10 February

Researching academic articles—Tuesday 11 February

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