Sam Oakley has joined the library team this week as Deputy Subject Librarian for the School of Business and Economics. The library team are able to offer tailor-made sessions for academics and students to help develop research skills. Offered on a one-to-one basis or in a group workshop style training session our trained library staff can help you on a wide variety of topics including:
• Using the library catalogue
• Using e-books and e-journals
• Using databases
• Using the internet effectively
Contact us today by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01792 295027/513389
Mae Sam Oakley wedi ymuno gyda tîm y llyfrgell yr wythnos yma, yn gweithio fel Dirprwy Llyfrgellydd Pwnc i Ysgol Busnes ac Economeg. Mae’r tim llyfrgell yn gallu cynnig sesiynau wedi’u teilwra ar gyfer academyddion a myfyrwyr i helpu datblygu sgiliau ymchwil. Mewn sesiynau un i un neu sesiynau ar ddull gweithdai hyfforddi i grwpiau, gall ein staff cymwysedig eich helpu chi ar nifer o bynciau eang gan gynnwys:
• Defnyddio catalog y llyfrgell
• Defnyddio e-lyfrau ac e-gylchgronau
• Defnyddio cronfeydd data
• Defnyddio’r rhyngrwyd yn effeithiol
• Llunio cyfeiriadau
Cysylltwch gyda ni ar ebost email@example.com neu ffôn 01792 295027/513389
Monday 14th February is Love Your Library Day at Swansea University. Come and visit us in the main Library on the Singleton campus where the staff will be celebrating the day by wearing lots of pink, handing out love-hearts and you’ll have the chance to win a teddy bear!
We want you to tell us why you Love Your Library.
You can do this in lots of ways:
- Tell us what you think of the Library service. We’ll have post it notes in the foyer of the library (opposite the Costa coffee café), just write down why you Love Your Library and stick to the noticeboard!
- We’ll have a text wall projecting in the Central Hall – just send us a text message on the 14th February telling us why you Love Your Library to 07537 402 400 and start your message with s4lib
- Can’t make it to the Library on the 14th February? Leave us a message on Facebook or Twitter
PC room 3 will be open 10-4pm for you to pop in and try the new Assignment Survival Kit (ASK) and we’ll also have loads of cakes and refreshments for you to enjoy.
Why do you Love Your Library? – Let us know…
Launched this week http://www.police.uk allows free access to street level crime maps and data for your local area. Statistics are grouped under the the headings: burglary, robbery, vehicle crime, violence, other crime and anti-social behaviour. They are compiled from data supplied by each individual police force from their crime and incident recording systems. It’s possible to search by postcode and the site links to local police contact names, meeting information and websites.