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Library Workshops

BUas Library offers instructions, workshops and e-learning courses in the field of information skills for both staff and students. Below you will find an overview of available instructions, workshops, and webinars. 

 

Webinars on request

The Library also offers webinars on other subjects, for instance on working with a specific library database or finding statistical information. Faculty can request Library webinars for their courses. For students we have the possibility to request a Library webinar for their groupwork. 


Would you like to request a webinar on another date or on another topic? Please fill in this form

Academic Literature Research

Academic Literature Research 


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Do you need to find academic resources for research purposes? During this online Library webinar, you will learn how to apply advanced search techniques, and which resources to use to find the information you need.



 

Target Groups
Third-Year Students, Fourth-Year Students, Master Students, Researchers

Language
English

Upcoming Webinars

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Monday September 18, 12:00-13:00 hrs

Monday September 25, 20:00-21:00 hrs

Friday October 27, 13:00-14:00 hrs

Friday December 1, 13:00-14:00 hrs

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Citing & Referencing Sources Using APA 7th ed.

Citing & Referencing Sources Using APA 7th ed.

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Need some help citing and referencing sources using APA? Join this webinar to improve your referencing skills and learn how to:

  • distinguish between different types of sources to ensure you refer to them correctly (including AI generated content)
  • use APA citation style to cite different types of sources (books, articles, podcasts, websites, video’s etc.)
  • create a reference list and in-text citations using the APA citation style
  • refer to sources easily via reference managers (EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley etc.) and tools in library database

Please feel free to bring along questions regarding your own references. 

Target Groups
Staff & students

Language
English

Upcoming Webinars

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Monday September 25, 12:00-13:00 hrs

Thursday October 26, 19:00-20:00 hrs

Friday November 3, 13:00-14:00 hrs

Friday December 8, 13:00-14:00 hrs

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Business Literature Research

Business Literature Research

 

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During this workshop we will explore Business databases from BUas and open source business data. We will show you how to search them efficiently for relevant business information. This workshop is intended for those who like to do business literature research on a topic or market more effectively. 

 

 

Target Groups
Third-Year Students, Fourth-Year Students, Master Students

Language
English

Upcoming Webinars

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Thursday September 21, 12:00-13:00 hrs

Thursday September 28, 20:30-21:30 hrs

Friday October 27, 14:00-15:00 hrs

Friday December 1, 14:00-15:00 hrs

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Citing & Referencing Sources Using Harvard

Citing & Referencing Sources Using Harvard

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Need some help citing and referencing sources using Harvard? Join this webinar to improve your referencing skills and learn how to:

  • distinguish between different types of sources to ensure you refer to them correctly (including AI-generated content)
  • use Harvard citation style to cite different types of sources (books, articles, podcasts, websites, video’s etc.)
  • create a reference list and in-text citations using the Harvard citation style
  • refer to sources easily via reference managers (EndNote, Zotero, Mendeley etc.) and tools in library database

Please feel free to bring along questions regarding your own references. 

Target Groups
Staff & students

Language
English

Upcoming Webinars

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Thursday September 28, 12:00-13:00 hrs

Thursday October 26, 20:00-21:00 hrs

Friday November 3, 14:00-15:00 hrs

Friday December 8, 14:00-15:00 hrs

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Search Smarter with Google & Google Scholar

Search Smarter

with Google & Google Scholar

 

 


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Become a 'Google Pro' and join our online webinar! With a subject of your choice, we will explore Google and Google Scholar and give you useful tips & tricks, enabling you to quickly find relevant information via these search engines. 





Target Groups

Staff & Students

Language
English

Upcoming Webinars

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Monday, 25 September,
12.00-13.00 hrs

Monday, 09 October,
20.00-21.00 hrs

Friday, 20 October,
12.00-13.00 hrs

Monday, 23 October,
20.00-21.00 hrs

 

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Managing Your References with EndNote

Managing Your References with EndNote
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Citing sources in a correct way is an important research skill, but managing al your references can be a tedious job. This workshop explains how you can use the referencing software Endnote to help you manage all your references. It also focuses on how Endnote can help you make correct citations in your publications. Of course, time to practice with Endnote will be included.


Target Groups

Staff & Students

Language
English

Upcoming Webinars

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Monday September 18, 
20.00-21.00 hrs

Friday September 22,
12.00-13.00 hrs

Monday October 30,
20.00-21.00 hrs

Friday November 3,
12.00-13.00 hrs

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E-learning: Toolbox Information Literacy

 

Toolbox Information Literacy (e-learning)
The Library has developed a ‘Toolbox Information Literacy’, which offers a variety of tools to teach students information literacy skills.
The toolbox is based on a 6-step model. Each step of the information literary process is described and contains tools, such as knowledge clips and quizzes. All tools focus on developing information skills, including:

  •  formulating search questions

  •  collecting the right search terms

  •  selecting relevant resources

  •  search methods

  •  assessing/evaluating information

  •  using & presenting  information correctly (APA etc.)

You can find the Toolbox via this link: https://buas.libguides.com/toolboxENG