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If you missed the Library welcome session, please download these three documents. Work through the library resources worksheets, use the check list to ensure you take full advantage of all the resources and services offered to you and then sign up for LinkedIn Learning.
The slides used in our training sessions (part of the Middlesex University Researcher Development Programme) are in the boxes below. The links below are to useful pages for more information:
Advanced Literature Searching
- Setting up Google Scholar correctly
- Web of Science and citation searching
- Finding the best journals in your field
- Getting articles we don't have via FREE inter library loan
For a recorded version with subtitles please click the link below:
Managing your research data
Making your thesis Open Access: Copyright and Intellectual Property
RefWorks for Researchers
RefWorks Citation Manager updated May 2020: The slides above have been updated to show the new Refworks Citation Manager.
The recording available via the link below was made on 3rd April 2020 and shows the older version of Refworks Citation Manager. A new recording will be made next time I teach this online.
- A recording of the webinar version will be made available once that session has been run.
Linkedin Learning for research
There is a handout on how to activate your Linkedin Learning account here:
Linkedin Learning set up worksheet
How to set up a Linkedin Learning account and some basics of the system. You will need this to learn some research software such as Nvivo.