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Cambridge University Library Study Skills 2019-2020

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In this informal session you will be able to learn more about various topics and resources, that may include

  • reference management
  • text mining
  • data visualisation
  • historical newspapers
  • tools for structuring long-term writing projects
  • resources for legal research
  • copyright and Creative Commons

(Exact details to be confirmed - please check back for confirmed topics)

You will be able to rotate between these different areas, exploring tools on the areas that interest you most and how they can help your research, or what you feel you need to learn more about. The session will be led by librarians from across the different Schools in the university, and from the University Library.

Please only sign up for one of the sessions. There are no fixed time slots so feel free to drop in and out as you wish within your allocated hour.

In this informal session you will be able to learn more about various topics and resources, that may include

  • reference management
  • text mining
  • data visualisation
  • tools for structuring long-term writing projects
  • resources for legal research
  • copyright and Creative Commons

(Exact details to be confirmed - please check back for confirmed topics)

You will be able to rotate between these different areas, exploring tools on the areas that interest you most and how they can help your research, or what you feel you need to learn more about. The session will be led by librarians from across the different Schools in the university, and from the University Library.

Please only sign up for one of the sessions. There are no fixed time slots so feel free to drop in and out as you wish within your allocated hour.