IT Courses relevant to research
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EndNote is used for managing bibliographic references and is available for Windows and Macintosh. This is an introductory course aimed at getting you started in using EndNote. The course topics include adding records to your EndNote database, using EndNote to insert citations in word documents and generate bibliographies, and tips for efficient management of bibliographic sources.
Please note: this event is not catered.
This course relates to domains A1 and B2 of the RDF.
|Eligibility||MScR SCE All Years PhD SCE All Years PhD MVM All Years PhD HSS All Years|
|Date||Tuesday 01-Apr-2014, 10:00 - 12:00|
|Venue||Room 1.12, Main Library Central Area|
|Bookings||If you are eligible, you can Book a place on this course.|
This course is primarily aimed at postgraduate students intending to produce a thesis using Word 2010, and looks at how to get the most out of Word to produce a quality document. The course introduces you to the concepts involved in planning a large document, and the features and functions you can use in Word that will save you time and effort. The session includes practical exercises that will take you through the process of creating your thesis from start to finish.
This course relates to domains A1, A2, A3, B2, C2, and D2 of the RDF.
Basic knowledge of Word 2010
|Eligibility||PhD HSS All Years PhD SCE All Years PhD MVM All Years|
|Date||Friday 14-Mar-2014, 09:30 - 12:30|
|Bookings||This event is full. If you are eligible, you can Book a place on a waiting list for this course.|
One of the first tasks a research student has to undertake is producing a literature review. This can seem like a daunting prospect, especially for students who are new to this University and its library facilities. The course will help by providing a brief introduction to library resources and services. However, as the course concentrates on the use of online bibliographic databases, its main purpose is to help you find relevant research literature efficiently.
There will be an opportunity for hands-on practice.
This course relates to domains A1 and C1 of the RDF.
|Bookings||There are currently no events scheduled for this course. Please check back later.|
This article was published on Sep 12, 2011