New "Library... in a Nutshell" interactive online modules

The Library has recently launched two additional interactive online modules in their "Library... in a Nutshell" series: "Using Journals" and "Literature Searching".

Each 4-part module gives you the chance to discover and practise, through a range of activities, how Library resources can help you develop your information retrieval skills, improve your study and research, and enhance your digital literacy.

In "Library Search... in a Nutshell", you'll discover how the library resource discovery system works; how to search for resources like books and ebooks; how to filter your search results to find exactly what you're looking for; and what your Library account is telling you.

"Journals... in a Nutshell" is ideal to help you to understand the value of using journals and journal articles in your own work and will help you to discover the differences between academic and professional journals; how to find journal articles using Library Search; how to browse within online journals; and how to access the full article.

"Literature Searching... in a Nutshell" takes the process of searching for articles further by introducing you to using databases for literature searching; how to create an effective search strategy; and putting that search in action to find relevant articles for your research.

Take a look at "Library... in a Nutshell" and discover how the Library can help you!

To access the modules, go to:
Click the "Library... in a nutshell" link to go to the website.