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GS530 Keeping up to date with the literature in your field

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Library Training Room

James Hardiman Library

National University Of Ireland Galway

Galway

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This session will explore ways to make best use of email and other services to keep up to date with recently published material.

Audience

This workshop is restricted to PhD students registered for GS530 Graduate Research Information Skills module only. See note below if you are not a student on this module.



Workshop objective

Participants will be able to set up alerting services that best suit the way they work

Prequisite

This is another hands on session. In order to save time and make the session more enjoyable and interactive please do the following in advance:

  • Set up an account on both Web of Knowledge and Scopus – see user guide for details (customise / registration).

Workshop presenter

Rosie Dunne, Research Services Librarian

email: rosie.dunne@nuigalway.ie

telephone: 091 495959 ; extension: 5959


Please note this is one of the workshops in the Researcher Workshop Series which is restricted to students on the GS530 Graduate Research Information Skills module.

Note the other workshops in the series which are open to all research masters and PhD students. And the other training events which are open to everyone also - see http://libguides.library.nuigalway.ie/events for full list of library training.

If you are a research masters or PhD student and would like to attend a GS530 workshop, please email me at rosie.dunne@nuigalway.ie and I will do my best to facilitate you at an upcoming workshop.

If you are an undergraduate or taught masters student see http://libguides.library.nuigalway.ie/ContactUs for details of the Academic Skills team who provide your library training.

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