Prepare for your dissertation: organise yourself (in-person) In-Person
Organising information for your course and research will help you maximise your time, avoid errors, and reduce stress. In contrast, being disorganised creates barriers to productivity and can result in missing out on opportunities and repeating mistakes. Best practice for information management may vary across different areas of study, but being self-organised is a universal skill and an essential part of independent learning.
Key areas covered:
- Managing documents and your digital environment
- Using organisation tools such as reference management software
- Organising your research by creating a search strategy
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It's not a requirement to preregister for our online workshops. You can decide on the day to join a session by joining us in the Library Learning Room on the ground floor of the Albert Sloman Library, Colchester Campus.
Related LibGuide: Skills at Library Essentials by Clarissa St Yves
- Wednesday 14 February 2024
- 11:00 - 12:00
- Time Zone:
- UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
- Library Learning Room
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