Workshops and drop-ins
- A range of workshops and drop-ins designed to help develop different academic skills, both general and subject specific
- To view upcoming sessions and to book onto sessions, please register using Moodle
- If you've recently attended a workshop we would appreciate your feedback
Academic Support Librarians: drop-ins
Our specialist Academic Support Librarians are available for 1:1 help and advice. Contact them to arrange a consultation via Teams or in person at academicsupport at warwick dot ac dot uk.
They can help with researching your assignment, referencing, and using Library resources.
Managing References: Endnote workshops
The workshop will introduce you to Endnote and teach you to add references to your library.
You will also learn how to use the Cite While You Write function in Microsoft Word to generate citations and bibliographies.
Student Opportunites: Skills
The Skills team helps ensure all Warwick students are ready for life after graduation - and equipped with the skills they need for a successful future.
Improve your employability skills with the Warwick Award, apply your skills with a research internship with the URSS and the dedicated Sprint course supports the personal development of female students.
Please contact the Student Development Team at: skills at warwick dot ac dot uk
Student Opportunities: Research
Research Students can access the Research Development Programme provided by the Doctoral College. RD will support your research, professional and personal development.
The Library's specialist Research Support Team are available for 1:1 help, training and advice on a range of research specific topics. Contact them to arrange a consultation via Teams or in person at: scholarlycomms at warwick dot ac dot uk.
Your Library Online
Find out about the online courses we offer for all students including how to reference and avoid plagiarism.
Enhance your Warwick experience with our term time Study Happy events.
Stay up to date with what is happening by following @warwicklibrary on Twitter.