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Enhancing your research with SAGE Research Methods

SAGE Research Methods is a library database designed to help you through every stage of the research process. This in-depth session will deepen participants’ understanding of the SAGE Research…

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How to use the Library for your dissertation (Dissertation Festival)

Just starting the process of using the Library for your dissertation research? This session will help you to discover and find the digital resources available via the Library, get your hands on the…

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Using digital historical newspaper archives (Dissertation Festival, March 2022)

Newspapers can be an valuable resource when researching your dissertation topic. They can be useful to find out about key events, places and people. They can include opinion pieces, first hand…

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Improve your research skills with SAGE Research Methods

This presentation provides an introduction to SAGE Research Methods, a database containing thousands of resources, dedicated to research methods across a range of subject areas. The session covers…

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Patents literature - introduction to finding and accessing patents literature

An introductory talk to finding and accessing patents literature, this provides a brief overview of patents, search tools for finding patents and prior art as well as pointing to further sources of…

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Exploring library resources for dissertations in gender studies

Does your dissertation question research gender and sexuality issues, such as gender inequalities, women’s writing, LGBT history and masculinity? Find out more about how the library can support…

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Using the National Records of Scotland for your Dissertation

In this Dissertation Festival session you will learn how to use the archives held by National Records of Scotland (https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/) for your dissertation research. This introductory…

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How to use the Library for your Dissertation

Just starting the process of using the Library for your dissertation research? This session will help you to discover and find the digital resources available via the Library, get your hands on the…

From  Christine Love-Rodgers 0 likes 11 plays 0  

Improve your research skills with SAGE Research Methods

This session provides an introduction to SAGE Research Methods, a database containing thousands of resources, dedicated to research methods across a range of subject areas. The session covers content…

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Annotated bibliographies, literature reviews and the Library

This session looks at annotated bibliographies and literature reviews as a first step in dissertation writing in literary studies. Annotated bibliographies and literature reviews both involve…

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Online library resources for religion and theology

Locate and use the key discovery tools for online library resources for religion and theologyBe aware of the wide range of online library resources available in this areaUse the ATLA database to…

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Finding historical documents online (Library Bitesize)

Visiting physical archives, libraries or museums may not always be possible or practical so this Dissertation Festival session looks at options available to access historical documents or primary…

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Library Bitesize: Patents Literature - an introduction to finding patents literature

Library Bitesize talk on finding and accessing patents literature, covering some of the various search tools available for finding patents, patent applications and prior art.

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Using EndNote for systematic reviews (Dissertation Festival)

This webinar covers functions in EndNote (desktop version) that can help you manage your search results and save time with key stages of the systematic review process: de-duplicating…

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Library Bitesize: Standards literature - an introduction to finding and accessing standards documents

Library Bitesize talk, providing an introduction to finding and accessing standards documents.

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Covidence for systematic reviews - top tips (Dissertation Festival)

Presenters: Thulani Ashcroft and Kayla Ostrishko See Attachments for a copy of the presentation slides Covidence is a web-based application designed to support teams conducting systematic …

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