Learning Resource Centre staff are always
available to help you locate appropriate information for your
studies. Orientation and information skills
workshops can be booked via your course tutor.
LRC welcome video. Staff can also borrow a disk if
they want to deliver the tutorial in class. See staff at the
LRC reception desk.
Centre LRC welcome
– gives you a brief introduction to our service.
Quiz – try out this quiz to check what you know about
the Learning Resource Centres.
Agreement – find out what we will do for you and
what we expect from you.
Find out how to get the most from your studies
with these useful brief guides:
The LRCs also have lots of books on
effective studying and research techniques. They can be found
in the Study Skills Collections at both sites.
Learn how to use the LRCs efficiently and get
the most from our services.
Learn how to research effectively
- 7 Steps to
Searching – find the right information by
using this worksheet to help you to develop your search
- Intute Virtual Training
Suite - Free online tutorials to help you
use the internet more effectively.
Referencing – keep track of your research and get
started with Harvard Referencing.
- some tutors allow students to check their citing and
referencing against a plagiarism detection
database. You will need a class login - consult your
- Indivdual assistance is
available to all students. Please ask at the LRCs for
assistance and details.