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Very Short Introductions

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Trial access available until 1 March 2016

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Getting started with RefWorks

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Siobhan Cottam

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Revision and exam skills

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Footnote referencing style

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Catherine Taylor

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Excel 2010 charts

Course overview

This short course for students will show you how to create charts in Excel.

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The course will take place in a PC area and you will have an individual PC to work on, therefore places are limited. Seats will be allocated primarily to those who have signed up, and the extra spaces will be given on a first come first served basis.

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Central workshop provided by the Library, with Catherine Taylor

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Word 2010 - Long document essentials

Course overview

This short 2 hour course for students will show you how to use essential time saving features when creating a long document such as a dissertation, report or essay. You will learn how to save time by making use of using heading styles and creating an automatic table of contents, as well as many other tips and tricks for quicker ways of working in Word 2010. This workshop is provided by IT Services.

More information and book your place

The course will take place in a PC area and you will have an individual PC to work on, therefore places are limited. Seats will be allocated primarily to those who have signed up, and the extra spaces will be given on a first come first served basis.

Getting started with RefWorks

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Catherine Taylor

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How to do Harvard referencing

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Andrew Dunn

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PowerPoint 2010 for academic posters

Course overview

You can use PowerPoint to create academic posters for presentations at conferences and other exhibitions. PowerPoint is not a program typically used for publication layout or graphics, but it is convenient to use for poster-making.

More information and book your place

The course will take place in a PC area and you will have an individual PC to work on, therefore places are limited. Seats will be allocated primarily to those who have signed up, and the extra spaces will be given on a first come first served basis.

Word 2010 - Long document essentials

Course overview

This short 2 hour course for students will show you how to use essential time saving features when creating a long document such as a dissertation, report or essay. You will learn how to save time by making use of using heading styles and creating an automatic table of contents, as well as many other tips and tricks for quicker ways of working in Word 2010. This workshop is provided by IT Services.

More information and book your place

The course will take place in a PC area and you will have an individual PC to work on, therefore places are limited. Seats will be allocated primarily to those who have signed up, and the extra spaces will be given on a first come first served basis.

Getting started with RefWorks

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Siobhan Cottam

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