Library workshops

Take advantage of our skill-development programs offered by the Library.

The Library currently offers workshops/consultations in these categories:

Academic Skills Academic Integrity
Citing and Referencing
Information Search Skills Information Search Skills
Advanced Literature Search
Literature Search for Systematic Reviews
Searching for Open Educational Resources
Scholarly CommunicationsResearch Metrics
Researcher Profiles
Publishing Strategy
Predatory Publishing
Research Data Management
Copyright Issues
Data Fluency Tidy Data
OpenRefine
Structured Query Language (SQL)
Software and Tools Managing References with EndNote
Managing References with Mendeley
Managing References with Citavi
Thesis/Report Formatting in Microsoft Word
LaTeX

For descriptions of the workshops, please refer to this document.

Please visit our Library Workshops Calendar to see which workshops are being offered and when.

Academic staff may request customised library programs for their units by contacting their School Liaisons. Here are some notes regarding this service:

  • Academic staff may provide the research project and/or assignment topics at least one week in advance if they would like the School Liaisons to customise the program content and format to meet the unit’s research requirements.
  • The program will be conducted in the venue of the academic’s choice. The Library Training Room will be offered if it is available. In the event the Library Training Room is already booked, academic staff may have to coordinate and arrange to reserve one of the ITS computer labs. Currently all library workshops are offered online via Zoom.