As well as our popular training courses in this new session, we are also offering some short demonstration sessions that are geared not towards teaching you to use software apps, but to understand a task associated with learning or research, to know what software is available and how to choose the right app for your work. These are:
- DSD: Software for Success: Winning with charts (27 October);
- DSD: Software for success: Working with Bibliography and Citation Apps (10 November);
- DSD: Software for success: Writing tools (24 November);
- DSD: Software for success: Data analysis & statistical tools (3 December).
These are all around an hour long with some time for questions.
We are also offering:
DSD: In a Nutshell: Starting an Nvivo Project (10 December)
which will cover starting a new project, essential memoing, importing data documents, basic coding and simple queries.
And finally a longer workshop which will which will introduce Zotero for collecting and organising bibliographical references and pdfs, and also using Zotero extensions to annotate papers and generate reports on your reading:
DSD: Kick-starting your literature review (15 December).
These sessions are very valuable before you start out on a research project and can help you understand not only what software you may end up using, but what support and training you can expect at UCL.
Further information and booking links
If you have never booked a course with use before we recommend you go to full details of how to book and other practical information about our courses.
For staff on payroll and those who have previously booked on MyLearning:
Book via MyLearning
Book via UCL Learning pages (this includes students and non-payroll staff, unless you’ve previously used MyLearning)
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