Main Library Training Room 2.30 – 4 pm on Wednesday 13th March
Does your research depend on electronic resources?
Would you like to use sources or secondary literature that is not available at your university location, but could potentially be accessed via electronic resources?
Are you just wondering whether the possibilities of modern technology could add anything to your research?
Or do you just have some trouble using electronic resources?
We have got the workshop for you!
A library professional and electronic resources specialist has agreed to do a session on ‘how to use electronic resources best’ especially for EMREM. Throughout the session there will be access to computers for all participants so everyone can get a hands on experience and there will be a special focus on resources related to the medieval and early modern periods.
This is a fantastic opportunity to get some experience and advice on how to utilise the vast array of e-resources and will definitely benefit your research! So don’t be shy and come along! It’s free to participate and all you need to do is send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org before March 12th to reserve your place. All welcome!