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3rd year Languages Library Workshop     show
Information skills workshop for 3rd year languages students.

Target Audience: French 3A, Italian 3A and Spanish 3A students.


Company information - Skills Boost     show
Find up to date company information to help with assignments and even to help you prepare for job interviews.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Copy Right! Don't copy wrong - Skills Boost     show
Is it ok to use content I find on the internet? Come along to our copyright session and learn about use and re-use.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Cyber security - Skills Boost     show
Learn how to protect your devices and personal data online.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


EndNote Desktop     show
EndNote is a type of reference management software that enables users to manage references and import them directly into Word documents.

Target Audience: Postgraduate students and staff


EndNote Online (Web)     show
EndNote Online (also known as EndNote Web) is a free tool for Strathclyde staff and students that can help you manage your references and create your bibliography in different referencing styles.

Target Audience: All students and staff


Exam preparation - Skills Boost     show
Looking at both preparation and performance, this workshop explores ways to successfully negotiate the exam process.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Fake news - Skills Boost     show
Learn techniques to help you to identify fake news and discover a range of places to search for high quality, academic materials.

Target Audience: Undergraduates and Taught Postgraduates.


Finding books: SUPrimo and reading lists - Skills Boost     show
Skills Boost session. How to find books and more in the Library.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Google and Google Scholar: how to get the best results - Skills Boost     show
Avoid the pitfalls and get the best results when using Google for academic work.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Historic newspapers - Skills boost     show
Explore Strathclyde’s collection of electronic newspapers covering the 17th to 20th centuries.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Introduction to Archives and Special Collections     show
Introduction to Archives and Special Collections - for ISD staff.

Target Audience: Staff


Introduction to Lexis®Library     show
Lexis®Library is a legal database service. Lexis®Library provides full-text access to legal and tax and accountancy information.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students.


John Anderson and the Scottish Enlightenment     show
Archives and Special Collections

Target Audience: Undergraduates enrolled on class V1236


Lego® for referencing     show
Sign-up for this workshop to take part in activities and learn the fundamentals of writing references for university work.

Target Audience: Undergraduates and Taught Postgraduates


Lexis®Library for Researchers     show
Lexis®Library is a legal database service. Lexis®Library provides full-text access to legal and tax and accountancy information.

Target Audience: Honours and Postgraduate Students, Academic & Research Staff.


Literature searching: how to find and use databases - Skills Boost     show
Skills Boost session. How to find and use databases.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Referencing and plagiarism: how you should reference - Skills Boost     show
How and why you should reference.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


SciFinder: search for references, structures and reactions     show
An introduction into searching SciFinder

Target Audience: Staff and Postgraduates


The Strathclyde mobile app - Skills Boost     show
Our services anywhere, anytime, any device – how the Strathclyde App can help you make the most of your time at University.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Using references in your writing     show
This course provides an introduction to using references in your writing, how to present ideas to others, and how to offer evidence to support your own thinking.

Target Audience: All students