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Legal database certification session: JustisOne certification

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Jackie Hanes

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PhD students: Advanced EndNote

This session is designed to introduce you to the advanced EndNote features, such as editing styles and EndNote Web, and discuss issues around your use of EndNote, while receiving peer and expert support.

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PhD Students: Introduction to Research Data Management

What would you do if you lost your research data?! Get organised from the start: Reduce risk anxiety and make your life easier! This 30 minute session will introduce you to the key principles of managing your research data.

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PhD Students: Introduction to Reference Management

Bibliographic software allows you to create databases of references which can then be stored, searched and used in conjunction with Word to input citations as you write an article or to create independent bibliographies.

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PhD Students: Introduction to the Library

Are you new to the University of Leicester library? If you would like to find out more about the Library and the dedicated support we can provide for researchers, come along to this 30 minute session.

Introduction to OSCOLA referencing for law

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Jackie Hanes

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Introduction to OSCOLA referencing for law

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Jackie Hanes

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How to do Harvard referencing

Central workshop provided by the Library, with Andrew Dunn

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PhD Students: Advanced EndNote

This session will enable you to edit your own reference styles, and explore the advanced features of EndNote. You must already be using EndNote to attend this session.

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PhD Students: Copyright and your thesis

This session will introduce the copyright issues that apply to your thesis and help you navigate the path to submission.

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PhD Students: Finding grey literature

This session will focus on searching for ‘grey literature’: material found in open access journals and repositories, UK and international theses, conference papers, government publications, data and archives.

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PhD Students: Tools for note taking

Making and organising notes is a fundamental activity for researchers. A variety of tools now exist that support all types of note taking, whether you are working in a lab, archive or out in the field. Knowing which ones are right for you can be a challenge however.

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