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Academic Support videos

We run regular workshops on many aspects of library and academic skills. You can view some of our recorded workshops here.

Using information appropriately and ethically is an essential value in your academic work. Watch these videos to learn why using information honestly is important and how you can acknowledge sources used for your assignments via the academic skill of referencing. 

Referencing your dissertation using Mendeley

Referencing your dissertation using Mendeley workshop presented by Vik Chauhan on 15 September 2021. Part of GREFest 2021.

(Duration: 58 minutes, 26 seconds)

Introducing 'Cite Them Right Online'

A brief introduction to 'Cite Them Right', a resource designed to help you reference correctly and avoid plagiarism. It includes a variety of example sources and information on how to cite these in-text and in your reference list using various referencing styles.

(Duration: 1 minutes, 47 seconds)

Academic Integrity (sessions 1-4)

The 'Academic Integrity' course created by the Academic and Digital Skills Team.
Session 1: presented by Andrew Sinclair on 25 October 2021 (Duration: 52 minutes, 03 seconds)
Session 2: presented by Andrew Sinclair on 01 November 2021 (Duration: 40 minutes, 14 seconds)
Session 3: presented by Andrew Sinclair on 08 November 2021 (Duration: 54 minutes, 51 seconds)
Session 4: presented by Andrew Sinclair on 15 November 2021 (Duration: 51 seconds, 35 seconds)

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