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

The Library also offers EndNote workshops. EndNote is a more complex system for reference management and is commonly used by researchers as well as researchers and students in the Faculty of Medicine.

Referencing skills

Referencing with Mendeley

Referencing with Mendeley 

Mendeley is software that helps you manage your references easily in one place and across multiple devices and platforms. You will learn how to make the best of the platform by building your library of references and PDFs, organising your work, networking and collaborating with other research peers, and creating citations and bibliographies. 

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

  • import into your personal libraries’ references from a variety of sources
  • format citations using the Word plug-in and export a BibTeX file for a LaTex editor
  • Evaluate whether Mendeley the right referencing software for you  
Workshop dates
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 11 November 2020  12.00 - 13.00  Online Book
 01 December 2020  12.00 - 13.00  Online Book
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Graduate School  

PhD Students: Research Integrity: Information Landscape courses

Master's students: Research Effectiveness: Research Skills and Reference Management

Referencing with RefWorks

Referencing with RefWorks

RefWorks is cloud-based reference management software which makes referencing easier by inserting citations and generating reference lists in your assignments. You can quickly and easily build a library of references from the sources you have read, organise them by project and share them with otherfor group assignments. This workshop will show you how to create a RefWorks account, save and organise references and use them to create citations and reference lists. 

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

  • import references into RefWorks from a variety of sources
  • organise references into folders and projects 
  • format citations and create references lists in your chosen style using the Word add-in 
Workshop dates
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 03 November 2020  12.00 - 13.00  Online Fully Booked
 25 November 2020  13.00 - 14.00  Online Fully Booked
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You may also be interested in:
 

Graduate School  
PhD Students: Research Integrity: Information Landscape courses
 
Master's students: Research Effectiveness: Research Skills & Reference Management

Referencing with Zotero

Referencing with Zotero

Zotero is a free and open source reference management system with features such as online syncing and web browser integration. This workshop will show you how to create a Zotero account, save references from different sources, create folders to organise your references and use them to create citations and reference lists. You will learn how it can help save time and academic energy.   

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

  • understand the principles of reference management, and the specific benefits of Zotero
  • use Zotero to manage files and references
  • produce documents using Zotero for bibliographies and citations, including with specific Zotero functionalities relevant to your preferences or subject discipline

Workshop dates
DateTimeLocationBooking
 04 November 2020  13.00 - 14.00  Online Book
 16 November 2020  12.00 - 13.00  Online Book
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You may also be interested in: 

Graduate School  

PhD Students: Research Integrity: Information Landscape courses

Master’s StudentsResearch Effectiveness: Research Skills & Reference Management