Courses at the University Library
The course is primarily for bachelor and master students as well as researchers and others who need to find literature.
This course will teach how to do a topic search and find articles in full text. General search theory is explained through use of Oria, interdisciplinary databases (e.g. Web of Science), and subject-specific databases.
Time and registration:
Contact Bettina Ludwig
EndNote is a program that helps you to organize the literature you use in order to produce bibliographies. Users store literature references in a personal database, making it easier to insert citations into documents. This course helps students, researchers, and scholarship holders writing assignments, theses, and publications.
Course in EndNote
Participants: staff and students
Platform: Windows and Mac
Time and registration: see the course calendar below.
Library provides an induction to the library in courses available in weeks 33, 34, 35, and 36, in collaboration with your study program.
Practical information on the following:
- Opening hours
- Useful resources on the library website
- Use of a student card as a library card
- Loan period - book/periodical
- Orientation about the library's course offerings
- Ordering literature (book, journal, journal article)
- Find journal articles in full text
- Curriculum literature
Literature search in Oria:
- Search for a book
- Search for a journal
- Search for a topic
- My loans / My account
Brief information on other relevant bases
- Extended search (use of truncation characters)
- Search for an exact phrase or a few words (phrase search/word search)
- Combination search (Boolean search - and, or, not)
Contact person: Bettina Ludwig
The calendar will be updated regularly. Fall courses start in september.
If none of the scheduled course dates are suitable, it is possible to book the desired course for a group of five or more people. Contact the coordinator.