The Library provides training on a variety of topics - all designed to help you gain the skills of finding, evaluating and using information more efficiently.
Training is often provided as an embedded part of your academic programme. If you have the chance to attend such a session, please make sure to as it will be specifically geared to the needs of your subject area and your assignments.
Training is also available in group sessions, one-to-one or as online tutorials accessible from on or off campus.
- Have a look at our list of upcoming training events to see if there's a session that meets your needs
- See our How do I? guides for quick answers to your most frequently asked questions
- You can also request training on a particular topic or resource for yourself, your students or a group of classmates
For those who are studying from off-campus, who are not available to come to the Library when our training events are on, or if you simply prefer to work at your own pace, we have made available a suite of online tutorialsaimed at providing you with the Information Skills that are essential to successful study or research at University.
Embedding Information Literacy in the Curriculum
The Library is committed to ensuring that all our students gain the lifelong skills of Information Literacy. We believe that these skills are best delivered within the context of the student's academic programme of study. Academic staff wishing to find out more, please see our Guide to Integrating Information Literacy into the Curriculumor our short guide to Embedding Information Literacy into the Curriculum. Contact your subject librarian if you would like to discuss embedding information skills provision into your academic programme or module.