Want to learn about referencing with RefWorks? Come along to a ‘Getting to grips with RefWorks’ session in Library Training Room 1 at one of the following times: Monday 21st October 11am, Wednesday 23rd October 1pm or Tuesday 5th November 1pm. No booking required.
Emerald Publishing Group is providing an opportunity to learn more about the art of getting published including: • How to get started • How to target your work more effectively • What editors and reviewers actually look for • How to peer review your own work • The secrets of revision • Beyond publishing (refereeing, […]
Finally the new version of Write-N-Cite (WNC4) is now available on all student PCs in the University. The Write-N-Cite Mini Guide provides all the basics to get started (including instructions for downloading WNC4 to your laptop). Find more information in the RefWorks Help pages. If you have been using the old WNC3, your citations will be automatically […]
This extra session has been requested by a number of researchers and will take place on Wednesday 31st July 1030-1130 in the Library Seminar Room. Come along to find out how to use Write-N-Cite. Write –N-Cite 4.0 is an add-in for Word which allows you to cite references in your Word document and automatically create a […]
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The sports books with classÂ marks starting GS have moved to Level 3 of the library.Â They are located just in front of the North stair and adjacent to the Enterprise Zone. The sports Pamphlets and Quarto collections with class marks starting GS remain on Level 4.Â For further information or directions please ask at the […]