The Library and Information Center offers seminars to users wishing to make the most of the information and services offered and get familiar with bibliographic search and research work. A series of seminars that are repeated all through the academic year is scheduled in cooperation with the academic staff.
Introduction to Library
Every year new students may attend this introductory seminar which is related to:
- library services presentation
- information on library regulation rules
- introduction to the library’s web page and its electronic services.
- guided OPAC search and searching tools
Seminars on bibliographic search in special electronic resources
A second series of seminars are related to academic search and bibliographic search in special electronic resources. Post-graduate students or advanced semester students may attend these seminars for:
- introduction to digital libraries and applications
- searching techniques
- bibliographic search in special electronic resources
Training on special databases and other reference tools
Digital tools and applications are extremely useful in academic writing and research. Mendeley and Zotero are free reference manager tools to help you collect, organize, cite, and share research. Postgraduate students or students of advanced semesters may attend training for these tools.
Turnitin is an originality checking and plagiarism prevention service that checks writing for citation mistakes or inappropriate copying. It is addressed mostly to academic staff.
To learn about the schedule of the seminars, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit our website.