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Library workshops - register your interests

In this year's UNISON Learning at Work Week (15 - 19 May 2023), we're delighted to present a short workshop designed by the Library team for professional staff at the University to build skills and confidence to use the Library for work and leisure.

This event is open to ALL staff members at University of Warwick.

This event has already taken place on Wednesday 17 May and 18 May at the Library. Please use the form below to register your interests in preparation for future sessions.

Learn useful information from the Librarians on how to

  • Understand your account and what you can borrow
  • Use Library Services (e.g. Help, Get it for me, Click and Collect, Book Suggestion form, Library, Print)
  • Find collections in the areas that you desire (e.g. in Wellbeing, Personal Hobbies and Interests, Leisure, Professional Development, Business and Management, and so on)
  • Utilise the Library website and online resources
  • Use the catalogue
  • Use various Library zones
Which day and time would you prefer? Please select all that applies. (required)
Will this be the first time you visit the library? (required)
What do you wish to learn about the most in the workshop? (required)
Are you an existing UNISON member? (Optional)
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