RefWorks is a Bibliographic Management Software (BMS) used to compile bibliographies.
During the RefWorks workshops you will learn how to:
use RefWorks – a Bibliographic Management Software
add references manually into your personal RefWorks account or direct export references from online sources such as Google Scholar and online databases that Library subscribes to
save references in different folders according to your assignments and research
create a bibliography in your preferred output style (APA, Harvard, MHRA, etc.) with the click of a button
use Write-n-Cite: an added tool which works simultaneously with your Word Processor and facilitates entry of in-text citations and footnotes in your assignment, dissertation, long essay, project or article
Duration: 1 hour
Audience: Undergraduates, postgraduates, academics and and administrative, technical and research staff who are carrying out research or writing a dissertation.
Contact us if you would like us to organise an individual or group training session.
Enhancing the visibility of your research output: a hands-on workshop on how to upload your research papers on the UM institutional repository - OAR@UM
OAR@UM is UM’s institutional repository that serves as a platform for authors and researchers wanting to upload their research output for open access. Open access enhances research dissemination and visibility and eventually augments the researcher's academic reputation and that of UM.
The session will be divided in two parts:
a concise overview of open access and the benefits of uploading research on OAR@UM.
a hands-on session - Uploading research on OAR@UM.
During the session, participants will:
create a submitter account
request permission to upload their research in a particular community/collection
upload their research using the self-deposit method
complete the required description fields using appropriate metadata
learn about mediated deposit and consent forms
Participants are to bring with them a PDF of their research publication so that it can be uploaded on OAR@UM during the hands-on session. Duration: 1 hour
Audience: academic, administrative, technical and research staff carrying out research and project managers working on EU-funded projects.
Contact us for more information or if you would like to organise an individual session.
Introductory tours for freshers are offered throughout the month of October. This walking tour covers general information about the Main Library and the services it offers, basic training on the Library Online Catalogue, and a brief introduction to online journals and databases.
Library tours start at the Main Library near the Circulation Desk.
Do you want to discover efficient ways of conducting research? The University Library is offering a series of short 30-minute talks about useful tips and online tools that can assist you with your assignments and dissertations. The short talks take place at the Library seminar room (Room 302).