Find videos, interactive tutorials, workbooks and links to specific help for developing your digital and information searching skills:
Want to develop your skills to help with your studies?
The University of York has a series of online resources and tutorials, one-off workshop sessions, courses and one-to-one support opportunities available to you in the course of your studies.
They cover a wider range of skills including: skills for academic study, IT skills, Maths and numeracy and language skills.
Interested? Find out more by visiting the Study Skills website.
The Writing & Language Skills Centre, located in LFA/102 on the first floor of the Harry Fairhurst Building, is a free service open to all undergraduate and taught masters students interested in discussing and developing their academic writing.
Royal Literary Fund Fellows are also available to provide writing support.
YorSearch is the place to look for books, journals, and other materials held by the Library.
Clicking Find It @ York in a database will check YorSearch to see if we have a copy of what you've found.
We can't afford to buy a copy of everything ever. If we don't have what you need, here are some options:
University of York PhD/MPhil theses and Masters dissertations, plus theses and dissertations from other institutions.
|Managing what you find can be difficult, especially if you're working on a big piece of work that relies on a lot of references. Reference management software lets you keep track of what you've found: you can group and organise your references, keep notes, and store pdfs online for easy access. You can even automatically cite your references as you write up your work.
See the Reference Management Skills Guide for more information.