Are UM students information literate? And does this mean that they know the pitfalls and downside of general search engines as opposed to e.g, databases and other academic resources?
Not just numbers, but that’s how many workshops the skills & support team of the UM Library delivered and the number of participants in January 2017.
Do your students know where to search for information? Do you sometimes feel they need some extra support with their assignments (whether with searching for information or in writing)? Peer Point can help.
We are looking for a highly motivated master student or 3rd year bachelor student to join the Peer Point team as of September 2016, for max 8 hours a week. The closing date to submit your application is extended to 15 July.
The University Library is looking for a student with an opinion about LibSearch, who can help us improve the library search engine. As a student you know what your peers would like to see different and how they search.
With this survey – lasting until February 2016 – Utrecht University Library wants to collect as many data as possible and to analyze how tool usage varies by field, country and position. Anyone carrying out research (from Master’s students to professors), or supporting research (such as librarians, publishers and funders) can participate.
The library is always interested in the opinion of students concerning facilities and services offered by the library. So why not join a meeting of the library user group?
The library highly appreciates the input from students and invites you to join one of the Library User Group (LUG) meetings in November. Save the dates in your calender and sign up for the LUG!
Having trouble finding the right information or don’t know how to borrow books? Short videos show you how to do this.
New item on the Thesis SupportAll about perfectionism.