University library books will not be due for return or be recalled between
Saturday 14 December and Monday 6 January.
can be requested throughout the vacation and examination period. Check your
University email for recall notices and be prepared to return any recalled
items by their due date. If you’re away from Cardiff, post items back to us to
Gwyliau’r Nadolig a’r Cyfnod
Ni fydd yn rhaid dychwelyd llyfrau llyfrgell Prifysgol Caerdydd rhwng dydd Sadwrn
14 Rhagfyr a dydd Llun 6 Ionawr.
bosibl gosod ceisiadau ar lyfrau trwy gydol y gwyliau a’r cyfnod arholiadau.
Cadwch olwg ar eich e-bost y Brifysgol ar gyfer hysbysiadau adalw a bod yn
barod i ddychwelyd unrhyw eitemau adalw gan eu dyddiad. Os ydych i ffwrdd o
Gaerdydd gallwch eu postio yn ôl atom er mwyn osgoi dirwyon.
This introductory session to the SAGE research database will give you a thorough and interactive introduction to SAGE Research Methods, a database containing thousands of resources, dedicated to research methods across a range of subject areas. The session will cover content and tools you can use in order to improve the research skills and capacity, and build confidence and experience in using the database for future study and research projects. SAGE Research Methods can be your guide in overcoming common research challenges – whether you want to conduct more effective literature reviews, construct a manageable research question, learn how to prepare data ready for analysis, disseminate your research more widely, or understand challenging research methods terminology. The final interactive activity involves designing a reading list for an information skills workshop, lecture, or a current assignment or project you are working on. The reading list can then be used outside of the session to compliment what you are working on at the moment. Participants will have plenty of time to ask questions, so that by the end of the session, everyone will be ready to start exploring the platform independently and confidently. This session would be perfect for faculty members who are teaching Research Methods courses, supervising researchers, or even those conducting their own research projects!
Welcome back- we hope you had a refreshing break and are ready to dive back into your studies and Cardiff life.
Are you feeling like a bit of a reorganisation for your fresh start? We have some apps we wanted to remind you about we think it would be helpful for you to have ready to use when you need them.
You’ll notice that reading list items are now provided from a link in Learning Central. This should make locating books and journal articles super quick and easy for you. Remember if an item is out on loan- place a request. You can export the reading list from Leganto into EndNote or other citation managers – just use the export button in the usual way.
BMJ Best practice Add the app to your mobile device for convenience and additional features. To download the app you first need to create an account on the BMJ Best Practice website. You will need to use this login to download the app.
BMJ Best Practice is a point of care tool which aims to assist health professionals in making decisions about treatment and diagnosis. It uses an evidence based, patient focused approach. BMJ Best Practice links out to PubMed records so you can access the full text where Cardiff University has access and information about drugs and dosages are linked via the BNF.
Welcome to Cardiff! We look forward to seeing you in the library. You’ll receive some library welcome & training sessions where we’ll introduce you to some of the amazing resources that Cardiff University has access to enabling you to get the best information for your study.
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Have you just moved to Cardiff to study or work? Find some detail in these books in the library.