Paula Bernaschina is the Academic Writing Lecturer for the School of Science and Technology.
Based in the Learning Enhancement Team (LET) in The Sheppard Library, she can help you excel in your academic communication, whether this is in written assignments or oral presentations, as well as using information effectively and ethically in your work.
You can also book 1-1 tutorials with Paula or sign up for LET workshops (links below).
Psychotherapy.net is a fantastic resource, and is now available to all Middlesex students and staff. The database contains 50 videos of therapists in action, demonstrating clinical techniques and their work.
You can access the database by clicking the link above, or via MyUnihub, and following the Library databases link to search the full list.
PEPweb is now accessible to Middlesex students.
PEPweb is a full text database of both recent and historical Psychoanalytic research journals and ebooks, including The Standard Edition of the Complete works of Sigmund Freud (not available online anywhere else).
Here are some of the links we will use in today's session:
"The library sessions are an absolute must if you want the best for your Literature Search and eventually your Dissertation.
I found them extremely useful because I learned about other searches other than PSYCINFO and Summon, such as Web of Science. It was also useful as the supervision helped me to narrow down my topic in order to find relevant and useful journals.
These sessions have helped immensely because I am now more confident in narrowing down my searches so that I can find the most up to date and relevant material for my coursework."
Adi, 3rd Year Psychology Student and Student Voice Leader. 2015
If you've missed any of your library workshops and need help please click here.