Literature searching workshop for the School of Psychology

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Need help with your literature searching? Then you might be intersted to know that I will be running another literature searching workshop for the School of Psychology in February. As with the sessions I ran in November, I will be covering PsycInfo, ScienceDirect and Scopus, as well as sharing some tips to track down articles you may have difficulty accessing.  By the end of the session you should be more confident in using these databases to conduct a thorough literature search as well as keeping you on top of the latest research.

The session is mainly aimed at postgraduates in the School of Psychology, but anyone is welcome to attend if they feel that the session will be beneficial. There are a limited number of places so students will need to book to ensure a place (click on the ‘book a place’ link below). Depending on demand, I will also be looking to run further sessions in the new year so don’t be disappointed if it is booked up, add your name to the waiting list anyway and I can then look to add further sessions if the demand is there. Keep an eye out for future dates by subscribing to this blog (see right-hand sidebar) or following me on Twitter.

Workshop: February 5th, 14:00-15:30, SL205 (Stratford Library) [book a place]

Comments received from previous workshops

“Move information than the previous literature search workshop I attended. Good to now about the accounts, saving searches and alerts.”

“Perfect pace and content level Ian, really added to what is already out there in the guides, without overwhelming.”

“A helpful session, thank you Ian!”

“Many thanks – very helpful!”

 

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