The Campus Library has a growing collection of resources you can access in your own time to help develop your information literacy skills.
‘Library... in a Nutshell’ - is our series of interactive online modules giving you the chance to practise using Library Search, journals and literature searching to help improve your studies.
Evaluating information - is a Sway that will help you to develop tools and techniques you can use to evaluate information, discusses the phenomenon of fake news, and the importance of developing information and digital literacy.
Finding journal articles for your assignments - is a Sway that introduces you to the importance of using journal articles, creating an effective search strategy, and finding articles from the EBSCO databases.
Getting started with RefWorks - is a Sway that provides step-by-step guidance on using our reference management software, RefWorks, exporting references from the Library’s databases, and creating a quick bibliography.
YouTube - our YouTube channel has a wide range of short videos to help you when using Library Search to request items, find ebooks, access online journals, and lots more.
If you want to find out more about using health information, visit the Health Library’s training page.
If you need more help...
Contact your Subject Liaison Librarian.