Tag "Literature Review"

  • Breakfast Bites – Searching for Information for Your Dissertation

    Are you starting work on your dissertation or research project? Are you working on a literature review? Our Breakfast Bites session on Thursday (1st March) could be just what you need! Come along and try our 3 Minute Search Strategy to develop your understanding of your topic and to make your literature searching more efficient.

    Breakfast Bites workshops are held once a week in Bay Library’s PC Room 2 from 8.15am until 8.50am. The sessions are open to all staff and students. No need to book, just come along on the day!

    If you can make it to the workshop, but would like some help with literature searching, please email us at engineeringlib@swansea.ac.uk  or use the Book a Librarian calendar on our Library Guide for Engineering or for Sports Science to make an appointment.

    A photo of a desk with a laptop, books and notebooks. There is text overlaying the image which repeats details of the workshop discussed in the blog post.

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  • SORT: A LIS workshop for Post-Graduate researchers


    WHEN? Thursday 18th March, 10am-4pm

    WHERE? PC room  2, Library

     The morning section of the course, led by subject librarians from LIS, will consider how to plan and carry out an effective literature search with a brief look at how to manage your results and keep yourself up to date with new research. The afternoon will be led by Jed Chandler, the postgraduate research officer, and will consider what makes a good literature review, including; organisation; managing the reading material; reading and note taking; writing style.

    To book: email Sally Robb in the PG research training office on S.L.Robb@swansea.ac.uk

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