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What is LibSmart I? TAGS: | | | | | | | | LibSmart I is designed to give you an introduction to library resources for your study and research! The course enables you to take control of your learning as you self-enrol …Continue reading →

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5 Reasons to check out LibSmart I and II TAGS: | | | | | Introduction If you haven’t heard about LibSmart I and II yet – then what have you been doing?!  To quickly summarise, LibSmart I and II are fully flexible, self-enrol Learn …Continue reading →

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Decoloniality and the library (CILIPS Conference 2021) TAGS: | | | | On 7 June I attended a CILIPS conference session on Decoloniality and the library: the case at Goldsmiths, University of London, by Marilyn Clarke, Director of Library Services at Goldsmiths, University …Continue reading →

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A guide to subject guides TAGS: | | | One of the key parts of our role as librarians is to help staff and students find the things they need to complete their work. One way in which we …Continue reading →

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Dissertation Festival Blog: Engineering Village resources for dissertations TAGS: | | | | | | | Introduction The day has finally arrived, the end of my Dissertation Festival Blog series. To recap, the Library’s Dissertation Festival is a collaborative effort from the Library, Digital Skills department …Continue reading →

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Dissertation Festival Blog: How to use the library remotely for your dissertation TAGS: | | | | | | | | | | | | Introduction It’s time for the second blog! These dissertation festival blogs are an opportunity for me to share my thoughts on the Dissertation Festival Events I have attended. For those …Continue reading →

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Dissertation Festival Blog: So… what is a systematic review? TAGS: | | | | | | Introduction Welcome to the first of three blogs, where I document my Dissertation Festival Experience. For those who don’t know, the Library’s Dissertation Festival is a collaborative effort from the Library, …Continue reading →

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What should I do when I can’t get the print book I need from my UoE library? TAGS: | | | | | | | Unfortunately, not every print book in our collections is available as an e-book. So what can you do to source a digital copy of an essential book, when the library …Continue reading →

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January Journal Club : Supporting systematic review for researchers TAGS: | | | The first Journal Club of 2020 met on 8 January to talk about : Dalton, M., 2019. How individual consultations with a librarian can support systematic reviews in the social …Continue reading →

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A New Profession TAGS: | | From 1 October 1928 The Edinburgh School of Social Study and Training, established in 1918, was to be incorporated into the University. Students at the school had been entitled to …Continue reading →

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