The Library is offering two new training sessions in semester 2.
Databases: getting started, Thursday 27th August, 1.10-2pm, Training Room 1
Databases are an essential tool for finding journal articles. Everyone needs to be familiar with how to use them. If you find the thought of having to use a database worrying, come along to this hands-on session (feel free to bring an assignment or topic to research) and learn some basic database skills using Academic Search Premier that will help you search any database more efficiently.
Staying afloat with RSS, Friday 28th August, 1.10-2pm, Training Room 1
There’s so much information available on the internet – it can be impossible to keep up. RSS is a tool that can be very helpful in managing all this information. In this hands-on session we’ll teach you about RSS, how to sign up, how to use it and how to get the most from this handy technology
These sessions are designed for anyone who wants to develop skills that will help them find resources forassignments and make their study Smarter, Better, Faster.
For more information and to checkout our other sessions visit: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/library/help/training.html
These classes are limited to currently enrolled University of Adelaide students and staff. Please provide a valid University email when registering for a session. To register for these sessions (places are limited), for more information, or for alerts about future sessions, contact email@example.com