Do you want more information about finding and storing literature? Or do you want to clarify your research plan? Have a look at the following tools:
Do you find it difficult to find relevant literature for your research? To get the best results you have to answer the following questions:
- What am I looking for?
- Where should I be looking?
- How do I search?
- How do I select and assess my search results?
Information specialists and subject specialists of the University Library can help you with these questions. Mail your contact person for a personal appointment.
More information about searching for literature can be found in the LibGuide Zoekstrategie: http://libguides.library.uu.nl/zoekstrategie (in Dutch only) or on the website of the University Library, searching for literature,
Do you collect many literature references and want to keep a well-arranged overview? Are you looking for an easy way to make references and reading lists? Then a so-called literature management programme is the perfect solution for you.
Subject and information specialists of the University Library can give more information about the several programmes: what does such a programme mean to you, which one suits you the best and next how to use it. Send an email to your contact person for a personal appointment.
Costs: Free of charge
Length and frequency:
- Individual writing tutoring (45-minute sessions)
- These sessions are offered all year round.
- Improving your academic writing skills
- Demand-driven (you are the one who decides what to discuss during the session)
- Formulating the research question
- Write more efficiently
- Structuring your text
- Academic writing style
Provider: Skills Lab Writing Centre
Click here for more information and sign up!