Library HITS Training – Friday 13 October

Avoiding Plagiarism 11:00

Worried about plagiarism? Find out what it is, the importance of acknowledging the work of others, and how to cite and reference information correctly.

Essay Writing 13:00

Essays are a common form of assessment in TCD. Come along for tips on the stages of the writing process, how to structure an essay, how to answer the question and build an argument.

Library Basics 15:00

Learn how to make the most of Ireland’s biggest library – a general introduction to our resources and services.

Library HITS Training – Thursday 12 October

Essay Writing 11:00

Essays are a common form of assessment in TCD. Come along for tips on the stages of the writing process, how to structure an essay, how to answer the question and build an argument.

EndNote Online 13:00

How do I manage references for my essay? Save time writing your bibliography. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees.

The Literature Review Process 15:00

How do I establish what has already been published on my research question? Learn how to create an effective search strategy.

EndNote Desktop (STR) 17:00

How do I manage references for my research? A hands-on workshop recommended for postgrads and staff. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees.

Library HITS Training – Wednesday 11 October

Submitting Your eThesis 11:00

Find out how to use Trinity’s Research Support System (RSS) and TARA, our Open Access Repository. We’ll also advise on commercialisation, copyright and publishing.

Library Basics 13:00

Learn how to make the most of Ireland’s biggest library – a general introduction to our resources and services.

Critical Thinking 15:00

Why do you need to think critically? This session will provide you with tips on what critical thinking is and how you can apply it to your learning assessments.

EndNote Online 17:00

How do I manage references for my essay? Save time writing your bibliography. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees.

Library HITS Training – Tuesday 10 October

Evaluating Journal Research Papers 11:00

It’s not all about books and websites. Evaluate the quality and impact of research published in academic journals in your discipline.

EndNote Desktop (STR) 13:00

How do I manage references for my research? A hands-on workshop recommended for postgrads and staff. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees. 

Avoiding Plagiarism 15:00

Worried about plagiarism? Find out what it is, the importance of acknowledging the work of others, and how to cite and reference information correctly.

Reading My Reading List 17:00

You have your reading list, now what? A guide to finding the library resources recommended by your lecturer.

Library HITS Training – Monday 9 October

EndNote Online 11:00

How do I manage references for my essay? Save time writing your bibliography. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees.

The Literature Review Process 13:00

How do I establish what has already been published on my research question? Learn how to create an effective search strategy.

Who Needs an Academic Library When We’ve Got Google? 15:00

Develop your critical skills and find answers to questions like ‘what is the deep web’ and ‘how do I know what a quality source looks like?’

Reading & Note-Making 17:00

So much reading and so little time. Learn how to read more efficiently and effectively and make useful notes from reading material and lectures.

Library HITS Training – Friday 6 October

Who Needs an Academic Library When We’ve Got Google? 11:00

Develop your critical skills and find answers to questions like ‘what is the deep web’ and ‘how do I know what a quality source looks like?’

EndNote Online 13:00

How do I manage references for my essay? Save time writing your bibliography. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees.

EndNote Desktop (STR) 15:00

How do I manage references for my research? A hands-on workshop recommended for postgrads and staff. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees. 

Library HITS Training – Thursday 5 October

The Literature Review Process 11:00

How do I establish what has already been published on my research question? Learn how to create an effective search strategy.

Early Printed Books & Manuscripts Collections 13:00

Discover and explore unique collections spanning 3,000 years. Find out how you can utilise our Early Printed Books (EPB) and Manuscripts & Archives Research Library (M&ARL) holdings in your research.

Reading My Reading List 15:00

You have your reading list, now what? A guide to finding the library resources recommended by your lecturer.

Skills for Academic Success 17:00

Work smarter not harder to get the most out of your study time in College. Learn how to prioritise tasks, manage your time and get advice on how to improve your academic performance.

Library HITS Training – Wednesday 4 October

Avoiding Plagiarism 11:00

Worried about plagiarism? Find out what it is, the importance of acknowledging the work of others, and how to cite and reference information correctly.

The Literature Review Process 13:00

How do I establish what has already been published on my research question? Learn how to create an effective search strategy.

Publishing & Promoting Your Research 15:00

Do you want to disseminate your research? Learn about the scholarly publishing landscape and how to maximise the impact of your findings.

Who Needs an Academic Library When We’ve Got Google? 17:00

Develop your critical skills and find answers to questions like ‘what is the deep web’ and ‘how do I know what a quality source looks like?’

Friends of the Library Lecture: Swift’s Dublin

The Friends of the Library – Trinity College Dublin are delighted to announce their next lecture. Admission is €5 (Members & Concessions €2.50). All welcome! Enquiries to 01 8961544 or LibraryFriends@tcd.ie.

Swift’s Dublin

Andrew Carpenter, Emeritus Professor of English, University College Dublin

19:30, Thursday 19 October 2017

Thomas Davis Lecture Theatre, Arts Building Concourse, Trinity College Dublin

Professor Andrew Carpenter was educated at Oxford and joined the full-time teaching staff of the English Department at UCD in 1970. His main scholarly interest is in poetry written in English in Ireland between 1550 and 1830 and he is a recognized expert on the work of Jonathan Swift. His publications include ten volumes of Irish Texts from the Age of Swift (Cadenus Press, 1973-79), Verse in English from Eighteenth-Century Ireland (Cork University Press, 1998), and many other scholarly publications. He has continued to be busy since retirement in 2008 and was General Editor of the acclaimed five-volume Art and Architecture of Ireland, published in 2014 by the Royal Irish Academy and Yale University Press.

Library HITS Training – Tuesday 3 October

Critical Thinking 11:00

Why do you need to think critically? This session will provide you with tips on what critical thinking is and how you can apply it to your learning assessments.

Essay Writing 13:00

Essays are a common form of assessment in TCD. Come along for tips on the stages of the writing process, how to structure an essay, how to answer the question and build an argument.

EndNote Desktop (STR) 15:00

How do I manage references for my research? A hands-on workshop recommended for postgrads and staff. Class duration is 60 minutes followed by an optional clinic for attendees. 

Library Basics 17:00

Learn how to make the most of Ireland’s biggest library – a general introduction to our resources and services.