We run a number of digital skills training sessions each term. Our digital skills training 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.
See the full list of Academic, Library & IT Support events.
We also run a number of specialised training sessions for staff and research postgraduates:
The Library's Research Support Team offer training to staff and postgraduate research students through the Research Excellence Training programme.
What's on this term?
Alternatively, contact the Team for:
Email us: email@example.com
We have a broad range of content as part of our digital skills training programme, but each term we aim to include the following eight core sessions:
|Taking note of note-taking applications|
|"Where did I read that thing?": Reference management|
|How to read an article|
|: Improving your understanding of referencing by improving Wikipedia|
|Let's get critical I: Making sense of academic sources|
|Let's get critical II: Taking an academic approach to your reading|
|It's all in the presentation: saucing (and sourcing) up your slides|
|Making Word work!|
Follow the links above for more help on the topic and to see if any forthcoming sessions have been scheduled.
You'll also find copies of all our slides and teaching materials on our sessions page.
Why are the collections at the University of York so special? They are full of treasures, some old, some new, and some unexpected! Join expert Library and Archive staff to learn more about the wonderful, often remarkable, stories that the collections can tell.
For more information see the Wonders on Wednesday webpage.
Digital Wednesdays are a range of sessions on various themes outside of our core selection of training. They may have a specialist focus, or they may just be plain out there! The only essential is that they're on a topic that's remotely digital.