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Webinars and workshops running in December


Our Library Services staff run a wide range of webinars and in-person workshops to support your work and boost your success at Cranfield. They cover topics including using our databases effectively, referencing, study skills, the use of academic language and research support. Many of these run at lunchtimes (and are called Lunch+Learn sessions) but others run in the evenings so hopefully there is a time that suits you!

Remember, you don’t have to wait until we run a webinar if you need help! If you have any questions, at any time, you can contact us by email, webchat (via our website), or just drop in and see us so we can sort out any issues you may have.

These are the session running this month – please check our calendar to find out the details as many run more than once:

Library skills

  • Getting started with Mendeley (Lunch+Learn)
  • Searching for literature in Scopus (Lunch+Learn)

Academic language and study skills

  • Oral presentation skills 4 – Concluding a presentation and dealing with questions
  • Your questions answered: Referencing (APA7) (Lunch+Learn)
  • MSc research thesis (2) Writing the literature review
  • MSc research thesis (3) Writing the method
  • MSc research thesis (4) Writing the results and discussion
  • MSc research thesis (5) Writing the conclusion and abstract

Research support for PhD students and staff

These sessions include those taught as part of the Doctoral Researchers Core Development (DRCD) programme.

  • Visualising and presenting your data
  • Research data management 1 – Introduction (DRCD)
  • Research Data Management 2: Writing a data management plan (DRCD)
  • Research data management 3: Using Cranfield’s research data repository CORD (DRCD)


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Written By: Karyn Meaden-Pratt

Karyn is the Library Communications Manager and University Archivist.

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