The library run teaching sessions on a range of topics, for undergraduate and postgraduate students, including as part of the RDC programme for 1st year PhDs. Slides for some of these sessions are below: Please note that these slides are intended to accompany an in-person teaching session, not to replace one. For more information, or to enquire about booking a teaching session, email us at email@example.com.
The Engineering Library team offer a range of training in communication, information and research skills. These sessions are designed to support students to develop the skills they need during their time at Cambridge and beyond.
This includes best practice for academic writing and technical reports, design and public speaking tips for presentations and posters, an interactive look at research ethics, literature searching and reviewing support and data management guidance.
We can combine or adapt the sessions we offer to best support your needs.
Our training for undergraduates focuses on communication and organisational skills. It includes sessions on referencing, presentation skills, designing and presenting posters, report writing and managing your 4th Year Project.
The slides for the program will appear in the Teaching slide list to the left as they are ready. Find out more and book on sessions via the University Training Booking site.
The Library can offer a bespoke teaching programme for Masters and CDT courses. Individual course leaders are encouraged to discuss their needs with the Library team to create this. We particularly recommend sessions on searching the literature, research ethics, managing information and data, and designing and presenting posters. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
First Year PhD students receive library and information skills training as part of the Researcher Development Course (RDC) programme. This includes core sessions on searching and reviewing the literature, managing information and data, and sharing your research. To find out more, see the Department's Professional Development page or the Training Timetable.
To book one to one support, contact the library team at email@example.com.