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Workshops and tutorials - students

About our workshops, including recordings of past workshops and how you can book

Video tutorials for students

Want to know how to use some of the library resources or facilities, but not quite sure where to start? Take a look at our video tutorials, to start you off on the right track.

For more detailed workshops on how to find and use resources in the library please have a look at our workshops page.

Welcome to the library

Using the Library

Accessing electronic content

Finding information for your assignments

Find out about how and when to use journals, databases, Google and preparing for your dissertation in this series of videos.


Along with our referencing guide these videos will guide you through everything you need to know about Harvard referencing and RefWorks software.

Online resources: accessibility features

The videos above will help you with our most frequently used platforms. You can use the general principles in these videos to look for similar features on other online content that you use.

Content providers may also provide their own help guides, and all should have an 'Accessibility statement' explaining how their platform or website complies with the law about making content accessible.

Accessibility statement
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