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Check your departmental timetable for sessions with the Library. In addition you may find other useful library sessions in the University skills programmes below.
Workshops and courses for doctoral students, organised by The Doctoral College and delivered by specialist university staff or external trainers.
Information skills tutorial
How to find information from books and journals to use in your coursework: Moodle resource for University of Bath students.
Aimed at undergraduates and Masters students.
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Description: Interactive tutorials with activities and tests covering: reading and note making, critical thinking skills and referencing and understanding plagiarism.
Critically evaluating what you find
Testing what you know: past exam papers
Past exam papers
The Library provides you with access to Semester 1 and Semester 2 exam papers from the last 5 years, to help with revision. If you can't find the paper you are looking for it may be because:
• The unit code has changed
• It has been restricted by your Department
Please be aware that older papers might not be relevant to current course content.
Improve your research software skills
Research Software Learning Online
A guide to research software online courses from O'Reilly Learning. Courses cover Excel, Git and GitHub, LaTEX, MATLAB, Python, R and RS Studio, SAS, SPSS, Stata and SQL.