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Introduction to SAGE Research Methods (Dissertation Festival)

This is a recording of an online presentation, delivered on 3rd November 2022 as part of the Library's Dissertation Festival. The session was presented by Claire Deakin (SAGE Library Training…

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Academic Support Librarians at the University of Edinburgh: from ASL and students perspective

Video scripted and created by Zofia Matuszczyk, Communications Intern, in collaboration with Academic Support Librarians: Christine Love-Rodgers, Marshall Dozier, Caroline Stirling and Angela…

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Managing Your References Using Zotero

Zotero is a popular free open-source reference management tool that can help you stay in control of your references and create citations automatically.This video will guide you through adding…

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Introduction to Endnote reference management software

MHSES PGR Training Workshops - Introduction to Endnote reference management software Learning outcomes and objectives - Add records to reference management software manually and directly from…

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Cited Reference Searching (Library Bitesize)

Cited reference searching helps you find articles that have cited a key article (or articles) you already know about. This is a good way of following research forward and can also be useful in…

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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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Library Refresher - All levels - January 2022

This session delivered to UG and PG students in the School of Law in January 2022 reminded attendees of the main ways to access resources through Library Services. By the end of this session,…

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Searching Research Literature (IAD PGT)

A recording of a Library session run for the Institute of Academic Development (IAD) for taught postgraduates and delivered during The Library's Autumn Dissertation Festival in 2022. The aim of…

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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, delivered as part of Dissertation Festival 25-29 Oct 21, looks at annotated bibliographies and literature reviews as a first step in dissertation writing in literary studies. Annotated…

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(IAD-PGR) Finding Academic Literature (Science&Engineering)

This provides a brief introduction to resources and services available from the Library and will focus on how to search using bibliographic databases. The main purpose of the session is to help you…

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LibSmart : digital literacy skills for online library research

An introduction to the LibSmart information literacy online course, with descriptions and learning outcomes of the ten modules of the new LibSmart II course launched in September 2021. More…

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Endnote 20 - How to import a reference from DiscoverEd

Demonstration of how to import a reference from DiscoverEd to Endnote 20

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Library Bitesize: EndNote for Systematic Reviews

Recording version date: 4 November 2021 This short webinar covers functions in EndNote (desktop version) that can help you manage your search results and save time with key stages of the…

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Library Bitesize - Using Law Databases

In this recording we look at three of the main databases for legal information: Westlaw, LexisLibrary and HeinOnline. By the end of this session, you should be able to: - select the appropriate…

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Library Bitesize - Referencing and how to avoid plagiarism

This is a recording of the session from 17th November 2021. In it we discuss what plagiarism is and how to avoid it, how to construct references and tools to help you. Slides available from the…

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