As well as tutorial support for researchers, we can offer support on:
Workshops aimed at research students. Details of these are held on the Moodle page https://moodle.bcu.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=1905 and include managing your literature search, using EndNote to manage your references, using Microsoft Word for thesis creation and Copyright for researchers.
The Learning & Teaching and Research Team is able to provide you with training and support in using Library services and resources. Click here for more information about the Team's work. Take a look at the Searching Skills page for further advice.
- Formulate the research questions (clear focus).
Broadcast engineering students and film technology and visual effects students can follow a similar but adapted process for the literature review section of their project.
For Foundation students, first and second years, the Informed Learning module introduces navigating Reading Lists, Mapping an assignment to a clear Focus, techniques for Finding and Choosing the best information for an assignment and the Help and Support available. Click here to view the module.
This Moodle site for Sound Engineering students is designed to help you with ideas for developing topic maps, to inform you of the sources that make up the sound engineering information landscape, to help you navigate that landscape effectively and then to evaluate the material you find.