Do you want to find out more about the library resources available to support your dissertation question?
Are you interested in learning how to manage the bibliographic and research data you’ve found?
Join us in a fortnight of online events and find out what the Library can do for you to help you succeed with your dissertation.
Make your dissertation something special : find out about the fantastic collections available at the Centre for Research Collections
Discover the full range of digital resources that you can access via the University
Take the first steps to learn new skills in managing your bibliographic references and your research data
We know that in Law your dissertation period starts later in Semester Two, but it’s never too early to start planning and see what resources are out there! We’ll also be recording many live sessions which will be available to watch back at a time that suits you.
For more information about how the library can support your dissertation or research project, contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or book a one-to-one appointment with us using the MyEd booking system: search for ‘law’ and find the listing for ‘literature search clinic’.
Forward planning is important! (Image from pexels on pixabay)
You may remember that as part of your introduction to library services the Law Library team presented information on how to find legal resources using our databases. We’ve created a short online quiz for you to test your knowledge and identify areas you may need more practice on.
The questions have been chosen with particular reference to the material used on the Scottish Legal Studies undergraduate course, however we think it’d be a useful resource to practice your skills at all levels.
The quiz can be accessed using the link below and will be live until the 11th December.