There are tools that can help you find alternative versions of an article (like the author version). Check out the information on our PDF cheat sheet. And feel free to share this with your students.
Can you spare 9 minutes? We would really appreciate it, if you would fill in this survey. Results will help UM Library to improve or develop our service.
January 2018 over 700 students attended one or more UM Library workshops. Are you interested in integrating one of our workshops into your curriculum, have a request for another type of classroom activity regarding information literacy? Feel free to contact us.
The purpose of Data Privacy Day (28 January) is to raise awareness. UM Library offers you ‘Personal Branding Online’, a freely available tutorial.
Are you responsible for teaching activities? Looking for info on PBL, teaching methods, independent study, student behaviour, etc. Or addresses and managerial information from institutes around the world? Don’t stick to Google: have a look at UM Library’s databases.
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.