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Online events and training programme from the Library and Digital Skills.

Library Live

Library LiveWelcome to Library Live, the Library's online training events!

Please see below for upcoming dates and booking forms.

All training events are held on Microsoft Teams. Where available, recordings will be made available on this page after each event.

The registration forms are only available to University of Huddersfield members. You will need to be logged into your University of Huddersfield Microsoft account to access these.

If you see an "access denied" message on the registration forms, this is most likely because you are logged into Microsoft Office with a different account. To check this, go to office.com and click on your profile in the top right. You may need to log out and log back in using your University of Huddersfield credentials.


This term's Library Live sessions have now finished. You can view recordings and slides (where available) from all this year's sessions using the links below.

What do you think of Library Live? Whether you signed up for or attended any sessions this year or not, we want to hear from you!

Please take 5 minutes to complete our short online survey, to help us ensure the training we offer is useful to everyone.

Complete the 5 minute survey here.

Dissertation Survival Workshops

These workshops will show you various tools, techniques and strategies to help you survive your dissertation!

These events have now finished, please see links below for slides and recordings.

Digital Skills for Assignments, Projects and Dissertations

These sessions will teach you essential digital skills for completing projects and assignments.

These events have now finished, see links below for slides and recordings (where available).

Introduction to Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a key tool used for collaboration and communication at the university. This session will introduce you to Teams and its benefits.  It will cover how to: access Teams and sign in, participate in an online Teams session, and manage your notifications.

Slides and a recording are available below.

Developing your Digital Skills

Kickstart the new year by brushing up your skills in using digital technology for studies, work and life!

These sessions will give you the tools you need to boost your assignments, and impress your lecturers (and future employers!).

Please see recordings and slides (where available) at the links below.

Digital Skills for Assignments, Projects and Dissertations

These events covered some of the digital tools available to you at University, and timesaving tips and tricks for getting the most out of them.

Slides and recordings from these events are now available at the links below.

Using the Library and Summon

These gave advice on getting the most out of the Library, and tips and tricks on using Summon, the Library's search engine.

The events have now finished, slides and recordings are available at the links below.

Top Tips for Job Searching

Searching for a part-time job, internship, placement or graduate role? Regardless of the type of opportunity you are looking for, job searching can be a challenge sometimes. This session, with guest speakers from the Careers service, will give you our top tips for getting the most out of your job search and finding an opportunity that is right for you.

Slides and a recording are available below.

Using specialist resources

Mindfulness

A practice-based mindfulness session, with the University's Wellbeing team.

  • Dates: Mon 13th and Tue 14th December 2021.
  • Times: 12.30-13.30 each day.

Self Care at University

In this event, the University's Wellbeing team gave practical advice on managing your mental health and wellbeing at University.

This event was not recorded, but the slides used are available below.

Contact

If you have any questions, or suggestions for future events, please contact library@hud.ac.uk.