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On this page you'll find information about our Digital Wednesdays events, as well as links to other training offered by the Library & IT Services...

Digital Wednesdays

Digital training events running every Wednesday afternoon during term time

Forthcoming training sessions

Digital Wednesdays

We run a number of Digital Wednesdays training sessions each term. Digital Wednesdays sessions are open to all members of the University.

To book onto a session, follow its link below (you'll need to log in to the booking system). If a session you're interested in is full, sign up onto the waiting list - if we have enough interest in a session we may repeat it. You'll also find copies of our slides throughout the Skills Guides.

Next Digital Wednesday sessions:

Other sessions:

We also run a number of specialised training sessions for staff and research postgraduates:

Training sessions offered by the Library's Research Support Team

The Library's Research Support Team offer training to staff and postgraduate research students through the Research Excellence Training programme.

We offer courses and workshops on:

To book on to a session go to the: LMS - Staff or SkillsForge - Research Postgraduates 
(login required)

Come back soon to find out what's on in the Autumn Term.

Alternatively, contact the Team for:

  • 1-1 support: email us with your enquiry or to arrange a face-to-face session to discuss your individual needs
  • training in departments: get in touch and we can organise a training session for your department, staff and/or research students. 

Get in touch email: lib-research-support@york.ac.uk

What do the Digital Wednesdays icons mean?

Digital Wednesdays themes

Follow the links below for copies of our slides and handouts:

Where to find us

Most of our Digital Wednesdays sessions take place in LFA/144, on the first floor of the Fairhurst Building within the Library:

Floorplan

We also run computer workshops in D/N/114, on the first floor of the Derwent Nucleus, overlooking Derwent Bar. The room is opposite the Department of Politics and adjacent to the School of Social and Political Science:


Campus map
Digital Wednesdays