The Health Library will be running workshops throughout the year on effective searching, information skills and using reference management software and social media. The sessions are primarily aimed at people who have limited experience of these skills. Workshops are open to staff and postgraduate students in the Health professions at Cardiff University - there is no fee.
Most students should find these sessions integrated into their courses already, but we are also running a weekly drop in clinic, plus guidance on Managing your references using EndNote if you require additional assistance. Please see below for more details on dates and times.
Weekly drop-in searching clinics
These sessions are aimed at Health Undergraduate students. The coverage of the session is dictated by your questions, so bring along your queries or bring a search you are working on. The sessions take place in the Health Library's Small Lab.
To book a place, please click on the links below.
|Friday 2nd May||1.00-2.00pm|
|Wednesday 7th May||1.00-2.00pm|
|Monday 12th May||12.00-1.00pm|
|Wednesday 21st May||12.00-1.00pm|
|Thursday 29th May||12.00-1.00pm|
|Wednesday 4th June||1.00-2.00pm|
|Wednesday 11th June||1.00-2.00pm|
Managing your references using Endnote
An introductory workshop to EndNote where you will gain hands on experience of its main features. EndNote allows you to bulk import references from databases and can insert references into a word document creating a bibliography in the style of your choice.
Date and time:
Location: Room 1.06, Small Training Lab, Cochrane Building
To book a place on these sessions, please click the links above