Library Services provides a wide range of training designed to help you get the most out of our resources.
We also deliver a number of training courses throughout the year. Below you will find more information about the courses on offer. Please
contact us if you need more help and advice.
Academic Practice Workshop-Webinars 2021/22
We are again running our popular online academic practice workshops to help you with your studies. They'll take you from fundamental library skills onto producing critical writing. For details of the workshops, and to book, visit our
academic skills pages, or go straight to MetHub to book. Our workshops on MetHub are listed under 'General workshop/lecture' or can be searched under 'Events' by typing 'Library workshop'. If you can't manage a workshop just now, more workshops will be added throughout the academic year!
Learning at University: what's it all about?
Being Critical: making effective use of academic sources
Defining academic writing: what is it and how do you start to do it?
Referencing: why is it important and how do you do it?
Finding sources OR Help! My lecturer said to use MetSearch to find quality stuff!
How to evaluate information OR What are quality academic sources anyway?!
Effective search techniques OR Help! There's no information on my topic!
*New* How to use eJournals OR My lecturer says I need peer-reviewed journals. Help!
Research(er) Elements Workshops
We are running new workshops in 2021 - these are designed to support research (and post-grad researchers) at Cardiff Met. Some highlights below:
Research Data Management (RDM)
Searching Systematically - Finding the Gaps
Introduction to Open Research
Tools of the Scholarly Trade
For more details head over to our
Research(er) Elements page - all dates are available on the Doctoral Academy.