You can now book Library 101 workshops for Term 3 on the Library website.
Finding Course Readings
Covers how to interpret course reading lists and find books in the Library. Many resources are now online, so we’ll also cover how to access e-journal articles and e-books at UC.
Finding Books and Journal Articles
Covers how to use the Library to find information for assignments. We will cover how to identify keywords, construct a search strategy and use the Library’s search functions effectively.
Using Art, Archives and Photos
This workshop looks at how you can use primary sources in your assignments, including the Library’s Art, Archives and Photographic collections. You will get to meet the Library Archivist and UC Art Curator and become familiar with how to handle and make use of unique items.
This workshop will help you to use Google Scholar more effectively to find scholarly articles. You will learn about using advanced search, cited references, setting up alerts, accessing full-text and creating and saving citations.
APA referencing is the most commonly used style here at UC. We will cover how and when to reference including how to format your in-text citations and reference list according to APA style.
Staying Safe with Copyright – Protecting Your Work and Legitimately Using Other’s
Creative commons provide a robust legal framework for sharing and protecting your work. This talk covers the basics of applying the licences and the background behind them. You will be able to understand how to use Creative Commons licensed material for your own work.
To book please visit the library workshops booking page.