What do the lecturers mean when they ask you to research your essays? Can you find good material on google? Are some sources more reliable than others? Are you expected to read every source you find? How do you know which sources to use?
In a specially organised workshop on Tuesday 21 March at 2.30, we will answer these questions and to show how to use the library databases to brainstorm your topic, come up with original ideas, and identify the best sources for your essays.
The workshop is suitable for both Arts and Science students.
It is free, but please register in advance
The presenters are Kris Meen and Ira Ruppo (AWC).