Library Shorts – new series

Library Shorts, our series of bit sized lunch time talks, will resume on Thursday 23rd April!

The Details:

All talks start at 12.15, and will last for no more than 30 minutes

Thursday 23rd April: The Hamilton Charter and the medieval University

Thursday 30th April: DMP Online – data management planning

Thursday 7th May: EndNote Online

Thursday 14th May: Representation of suffrage campaigners in their own writing versus in the writing of others

Thursday 21st May: The Language Centre Library

Thursday 28th May: Using library resources after you graduate – what’s available

Find out what’s on each week via the Library’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Showing Times: Library Shorts is scheduled every Thursday during semester at 12.15, and the running time will be no more than 30 minutes.

Venue: the TalkLab on Level 3  – take the lifts/stairs nearest the Library entrance, and go straight ahead on level 3. The TalkLab is through the double doors and along the corridor.

Do I need tickets? No – just come along!

 

 



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  1. Are these talks open to the public or just UofG staff & students?

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