Category: Information literacy

Advanced Literature Searching guide for Health

The Library’s literature searching guide for Postgraduate students and researchers from the School of Health and Psychological Sciences has been revamped. Now titled Advanced Literature Searching and Systematic Reviews, the guide contains the same information as the previous guide but in a new improved and easier to read format. The guide takes you through all…Continue Reading Advanced Literature Searching guide for Health

Literature Searching guide

Did you know that you can get help with your literature searching from our online Literature Searching guide? The guide covers all the steps involved in the literature searching process: Developing your search strategy Preparing your search Searching databases Searching supplementary resources Evaluating your results The guide includes Power Point slides and video clips to…Continue Reading Literature Searching guide

Designing a poster for the first time

I recently attended the Learning at City conference and was offered the opportunity to present a poster.  This was the first time that I have produced a poster so thought I would share some tips. I found it enjoyable, a opportunity to be creative, a talking point and delegates at the conference asked interesting questions…Continue Reading Designing a poster for the first time

LILAC 2016: Leabharlannan, Learning & Leprechauns

(Reblogged from: ) Although I’m partly of Irish descent and am partial to elves and quite wanted to see a leprechaun, I had never previously visited Ireland until the recent LILAC 2016  (LILAC is The Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference) at University College Dublin (UCD).  I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend…Continue Reading LILAC 2016: Leabharlannan, Learning & Leprechauns