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Information literacy

Creating effective and interesting reading lists

This blog post was written by Edyta Krol, Academic Support Librarian The reading list (RL) is usually one of the core resources of any course and the student’s ability to access it effectively in the format they require can make… Continue Reading →

Managing your references

In today’s Coffee Break TIP session we had an involved and interactive discussion, which focused on the use of support tools for referencing. Susan McGlamery, Academic Support Librarian for the School of Law and Criminology, led the discussion by giving an… Continue Reading →

Free-to-use digital teaching materials

A very productive meeting! We talked about various types of open online resources: from where to find them to how to make sure we are not in breach of copyright when using online images and resources. Joe Turi (INSTIL) kindly… Continue Reading →

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