The Library offers online courses and materials to help you to develop your academic and information skills.
New to the Library?
- The Start your journey pages are a great way to easily find the information you need.
- Alternatively, the Information Trails induction package, available on School Blackboard sites and the UEA Software and Support site, will guide you through everything you need to know.
Key resources for your subject
Your subject guide lists key databases and other resources for your subject.
Other online materials:
The Learning Enhancement Team also offer workshops on Academic Skills, Dissertations, and Revision and Exams.
- The Digital Voyager course in digital literacies runs twice yearly and is integrated with the UEA Award. The course is open to all students.
Academic Librarians offer subject-tailored sessions throughout the academic year as part of your course. Find more resources for your subject, along with contact details for your Academic Librarian and information on the support they offer, in your subject guide.
You are likely to have a session with an academic librarian as part of your course. It’s worth attending this because it will highlight resources that are particularly relevant to your study and give you some good tips for finding and evaluating information sources.
Academic Librarians offer sessions specifically designed for PhD students. You can book a place on the relevant session through your Faculty's PPD programme. Search the PPD directory to see the sessions on offer.