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Engineering: Essay-writing skills Mon 17 Oct 2016   13:00 Finished

This one-hour session is aimed at students taking qualitative 3E modules who would like guidance on how to structure, write and present reports or essays in that context.

Engineering FIBE CDT: Critical Reading new Fri 17 May 2019   14:00 Finished

Explore strategies for structural and active reading and how to take notes effectively

Engineering FIBE CDT: Managing Information and Data new Thu 9 May 2019   11:00 Finished

This session will help you understand the ethics and practicalities of managing information and data throughout PhDs and research projects. Whether you are creating your own data through experimental research or reusing data from other sources, we'll tell you what you should think about in order to manage, use and share data responsibly.

All slides and notes will be available on the RDC Information Skills Moodle site.

Understand why we reference, recognise what information makes up a refernece and learn how to incorporate references into your writing.

Engineering FIBE CDT: Searching the Literature Fri 1 Mar 2019   10:00 Finished

This interactive, in-person session aims to help you develop your literature review. Alongside learning how to find academic sources from the online course "Learning to Search" [link], in this session you will find out how to transform your sources into a coherent argument and cover:

  • The key aims of a literature review
  • Critical reading
  • Note taking
  • Reference managers
  • Structuring your review
  • Knowing when you can stop searching
Engineering: LaTeX for report-writing Fri 3 Nov 2017   15:00 Finished

More advanced LaTeX for longer documents. If you have a question about this talk, please contact Tim Love, tl136@cam.ac.uk.

This briefing covers managing publication lists, Open Access requirements and funding, copyright issues and about how the library can support your teaching and research within the Department of Engineering.

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Engineering Library drop-in: Your online profile new Thu 22 Sep 2016   12:00 Finished

There have never been so many ways that you and research can be represented online. This session will give you some tips and guidance to make the most of the tools and services available.

We’ll look at identifying you and your work with Symplectic and ORCiD ; discovery through databases and repositories, like Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scholar and Apollo; and sharing through networking and social media sites like Researchgate, Linked in and Twitter - and how all of this this can increase and demonstrate the reach and impact of your research.

Engineering: Library Space and Resources Fri 13 Oct 2017   13:30 Finished

Welcome to the Department of Engineering Library! We will give you a quick introduction to the print and electronic resources that are available to you in the different libraries in Cambridge. We will also give you an idea of some of the topics we can help with, from literature searching and referencing to Open Access and more.

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