2nd Brunel Learning Design WorkshopFreedoms offered by SR2: Tools for change Tools to support the blended design process
Information skills Academic Support team specialists – including Subject Liaison Librarians for each School – run information literacy skills sessions throughout the year. Teaching can be embedded in module programmes on request.
Information skills How to find music on the library catalogue Going beyond Google Finding sources for your literature review Introduction to electronic law resources Post-millennial British fiction! Library resources for researching composers Finding information for your extended project How do I do proper research online? Introduction to the library How do I use other people’s ideas without plagiarising? Finding company information Spotlight on patents and standards IPR and publishing for authors Intellectual property rights and your thesis Staying legal in u-Link Some of the sessions we run for Schools, central services, staff and external organisations (e.g. Graduate School, Brunel International, Placement and Careers, Uxbridge College)
Academic skills ASK workshops run throughout the academic year, and can be embedded in taught programmes. If you are interested, please just ASK! firstname.lastname@example.org www.brunel.ac.uk/library/ask
Referencing and plagiarism Teach your students how to avoid plagiarism with the toolkit module ‘Plagiarism & Referencing Resources’ developed jointly by the APDU and the Library. Includes the exercise “Where do you draw the line?” designedto help students recognise plagiarism. You’re already registered – just log into u-Link!
Advice on copyright issues Guidance for staff and students on statutory exceptions in copyright legislation and licensing permissions for learning, teaching & research email@example.com
Electronic journals Portal to many full text e-journals in the Library’s collections
e-Library help and FAQs Use the Library as a portalLogin to make the most of our resources Flexible remote access to resources VPN may be required
Digital Readings Service
The Library aims to maximise access to print resources using u-Link.
The service digitises extracts from printed course packs in line with strict copyright law and licensing regulations.
Staff and students have 24/7 access to readings from anywhere.
Storing digital readings Readings requested by the Library for your module are stored in the u-Link repository.When you Add File select Brunel University - Copyright Resources – School - Module
Digital Readings Service Demo module – readings in Session 1 Every student has access to a personal copy of each reading
BURA : Brunel University Research Archive BURA showcases Brunel research but is also a supplementary teaching resource of quality research - including doctoral theses http://bura/brunel.ac.uk
Library website www.brunel.ac.uk/library Portal to information on all our services and resources Click the image to explore our website