Lunchtime workshops are intended for undergraduate students. Booking is required. Please book by clicking the link for the session(s) you choose.

Digital and information skills

Copyright and Creative Commons

Copyright and Creative Commons 

The session will explain the importance of copyright when using other people’s images in your assignments, posters and presentations. We will discuss Creative Commons licenses and how they make it easier to reuse and repurpose other people’s content. 

By the end of this session you will be able to:

  • understand Creative Commons licenses and how they are used in different contexts for copyright
  • choose the correctly licensed image for your academic situation
  • find guidance on how to properly reference and attribute images.  
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 10 November 2020  12.00 - 13.00  Online  Book

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Digital footprint

Digital footprint  

We leave a digital footprint in many ways, some which are obvious, and some which are more surprising. You will learn what your own digital footprint is and discover techniques and tools to manage the information about you online. How might you use these tools to build a professional online profile? 

By the end of this session you will:

  • understand what your digital footprint is and how it is linked with your digital identity
  • discover what the Internet knows about YOU
  • develop an awareness of how to apply tools for privacy, based on an understanding of how others may use your information
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 12 November 2020  13.00 - 14.00  Online  Book
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Finding company, financial and industry information

Finding company, financial and industry information  

An introduction to the types of company, financial and industry information available. The session includes financial statements, company profiles, reports, share price and other financial data. Find out about some of the best databases available through Library Services and learn useful search techniques. 

By the end of this session you will be able to:

  • identify the best resources for company, financial and industry information offered by Library Services
  • find specific databases for your topic
  • develop a search strategy to uncover relevant information
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 06 November 2020  12.00 - 13.00  Online Book
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Introduction to academic databases and search tools

Introduction to academic databases and search tools 

This is a general introduction to academic databases and using search tools such as PubMed, Engineering Village, Web of Science and Google Scholar to find high quality academic research to support your assignments.  

By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • recognise useful search tools and academic databases
  • formulate a search strategy
  • use your new skills to find relevant research 
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05 November 2020  13.00 - 14.00
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02 December 2020  13.00 - 14.00  Online Book
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