The Academic Engagement team is responsible for the provision of training sessions (bookable through Talent & Organisational Development) in copyright issues, the TalisAspire Reading List system and EndNote reference management. The team is also happy to provide bespoke sessions and one-to-one sessions by arrangement. Contact either your subject information specialist or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other training is provided by Academic Support, Technology & Innovation (ASTI) which supports staff in the use of digital technologies and resources for teaching, learning, assessment and research.
We run a session on Copyright in a multimedia and digital educational environment which is available through Talent & Organisational Development.
During this session you will:
You will take away: knowledge and skills to enable you to make informed decisions regarding the copyright of electronic resources.
We also provide help and support to staff and students through our Copyright Community.
We run an Introduction to EndNote training session for staff which is available through Talent & Organisational Development. We run the sessions when there are enough staff on the waiting list to make it viable. We also run sessions for new researchers which are available through the Graduate School.
All students and staff have access to LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) a continually growing and evolving library of training videos and tutorials covering a wide range of software, technologies, business topics and transferable skills. Students and staff members can take advantage of free 24/7 access to the entire library of training; this includes:
To get started with LinkedIn Learning, view the How to use Linked in Learning course