Answered By: Emma Pearson Last Updated: Jun 01, 2016 Views: 13
Your Academic Support Librarian (ASL) can provide information skills sessions for your students at all levels. These can be tailored to meet your students’ needs, from getting them familiar with using the Library’s systems to in depth research skills for dissertation students. Contact your ASL to book your sessions. Your ASL may also make use of Advantage so students can book themselves on to the relevant sessions.
The Digital Skills Training team in the Library is responsible for helping students make the best use of the IT resources available to them. They provide face to face and online training sessions on using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Inspiration and EndNote. Further information can be found on the IT and Digital Skills pages on the Skills for Learning site. The Library's Digital Skills trainers can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.