Tutoring in information seeking
Stuck alone with an assignment that feels difficult? Maybe you can't find enough research for your essay or is it, on the contrary, hard to distinguish what's relevant among all the texts? Or is the referencing system causing you trouble - what is a correct Harvard reference supposed to look like, really? The tutoring in information seeking is open and with an increased number of bookable sessions. All tutoring sessions are held in Zoom.
Book a session now - go to the booking system for information seeking tutoring.
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Are you having a hard time reading your course literature due to for example dyslexia, ADHD or vision impairment? If so, we can help you access your course books as talking books. After an introduction via Zoom you will be able to read and download the books you need.
Book an introduction to talking books now - fill out the form.
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Tutoring for researchers and doctoral students
Did you know that the library offers digital tutoring and support for researchers and doctoral students? All tutoring sessions are held in Zoom. We guide you on how to use reference management software, publish Open Access or register publications in DiVA, among other things. You can also get help with your questions about research data, ORCID, choosing a publishing channel, and bibliometrics.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or to book a session.
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Any other questions?
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