Here you will find all the Library’s online courses. They all take less than an hour to complete and you can work through them at your own pace.
Don't forget that you can contact your Academic Support Librarian for subject specialist support for all your information needs. Email us at academicsupport at warwick dot ac dot uk or visit subject support.
These courses contribute to the Warwick Award.
This course will give you the skills you need to find information for your assignments using the Library and its databases. It will also help you to effectively plan your searches and evaluate the information you find.View course
Learn what referencing is, why it is important and when you need to use it. This course will also show you how to use the Harvard (WMS) referencing style.View course
This course will help you understand how plagiarism is defined, identified and its potential consequences. It will also provide you with clear tips on how to avoid plagiarism and build good academic practice.View course
Find out how to choose the best technology to use for your presentations, find copyright free images and design visually effective slides.View course
This course will give provide you with the skills to analyse and understand information within and outside of academia with a focus on academic sources, identifying types of reading material and scholarly and non-scholarly sources.View course
Take a virtual tour of the Library and find out everything you need to Get Started using the Library.View course
The Library has created some subject specific online courses to support information research in particular disciplines. See our full list, along with a complete list of all the Library’s Moodle courses.View course
This course supports you with further information and resources on mindfulness.View course
This course provides you with the tools you’ll need to tackle the twists and turns of your PhD journey and help you reach your finish line.View course