Mon 10 May 2021 10:00-11:00
This webinar covers best practice in finding information for university course work.
Have you been told you should find more suitable "academic" or "peer-reviewed" material to use in your assignments? Do you need to undertake a literature review? Have you tried searching for information online (e.g. you've Googled it, or have been trying to search Discovery) but think there must be better information out there? If so, this session is for you. You’ll learn about good practice in getting to the authoritative information you need.
This session is particularly suitable for final year undergraduates and taught postgraduate students who have already carried out some searches for previous assignments. If you are in the first few years of your undergraduate degree you may prefer to attend the " Getting Started with Research for Assignments" webinar.
This is an online webinar. Please check the time in your local time zone. Register for the event here.