Next to these workshops, the library also offers curriculum integrated courses and online modules to use within the curriculum. Teaching staff or programme coordinators who wish to pay more attention to information skills in their programme, can contact us via Ask Your Librarian for more information.

For support in using the databases, check the manuals for the specific databases.

Other kinds of support are offered via data search support, and EndNote support. Or ask a question via Ask Your Librarian. Students can contact Peer Point for help.

Overview of available workshops and courses

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An introduction to Keylinks Learning Resources

In this session, you will get an introduction of the tool Keylinks Learning Resources. A tool which helps you, as course coordinator, to create uniform Read More
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An introduction to research datamanagement

How do you ensure that your data remain accessible and usable in the future, for yourself and others? Since a great deal is invested in Read More
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Circular Research Data Summer Camp

During the Circular Research Data Summer Camp between July 25-29,2022, you will learn the steps you need to take in your research to close the Read More
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Coding basics for researchers: a four-day workshop

You do not have to be an expert in computer programming to be a good scientist. Nevertheless, some basic knowledge of programming fundamentals might be Read More
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EndNote advanced workshop

EndNote is a tool which allows you to organise and keep track of your references, and easily insert them into your research documents as in-text Read More
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EndNote introductory online tutorial

EndNote is a tool which allows you to organise and easily insert references into your research documents. This page introduces the tutorial to help you Read More
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FAIR Essentials

Get basic theoretical knowledge about what is FAIR and how and if it could be applied to all scientific disciplines. Read More
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FAIR for Qualitative Data

The following course is for researchers working with qualitative research material and willing to explore how FAIR (Findable-Accessible-Inter-operable-Re-usable) could perhaps fit their work. The course Read More
Measuring research impact

Increasing and measuring your research impact

This course teaches researchers strategies that a.o. aim at increasing the likelihood of an article being cited. Read More