Dissertation Week and Dissertation Fair: 11-15 November

Dissertation Week and Dissertation Fair: 11-15 November

The week is all about how the Library can support students to make the most of their dissertation experience: from exploring what library resources are available to support a research question, to managing the bibliographic and research data students find.  During the week a series of events will highlight the training, support and resources we offer to our undergraduate and taught postgraduate students undertaking their dissertations, as well as staff supervising dissertations. At the heart of the week is a Dissertations Fair on Thursday 14th November, held at the Main Library, which will host stalls from digital resource suppliers alongside other stalls run by Library teams including Library Academic Support, Research Support and the Centre for Research Collections.  Running alongside will be a programme of presentation sessions on library services and digital resources. In the afternoon, undergraduate and postgraduate students will be welcomed to the event.


Dissertation Fair Staff Preview Event Thursday 14 November 10:00-12:00, Main Library 1:07

All academic staff supporting student dissertations are invited to a preview of the Dissertation Fair.

Register your interest at : https://edin.ac/36dpq4A


Dissertation Fair Staff Preview Event Lunch, Thursday 14 November 12:00-13:00, Main Library Mezzanine

Academic staff are invited to join us for lunch in the Main Library Mezzanine, where there will be further opportunities to find out about library collections and resources supporting dissertation research.

Please book at : https://edin.ac/36dpq4A


Dissertation Week Fair for students Thursday 14 November 13:30-16:30, Main Library 1:07

Undergraduate and Postgraduate students are invited to come and discover the wealth of library collections and resources available to support them with their dissertations research.

Register interest at : https://edin.ac/36dpq4A


More information will be posted at  http://edin.ac/2VN25BM