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Subject guides and librarians

The Librarians are specialists in their subject areas and are available to advise and support students in the following ways:

  • Help with researching for assignments, dissertations and projects
  • Effective use of Library subject collections, databases and other resources
  • Referencing and plagiarism
  • Basic study skills
  • And any other information needs you may have related to your studies

If you'd like more support on subject specific research, please contact your Academic Liaison Librarian using the links on the right.

Library Skills

A cartoon of three students engaged in learningLibrary Services supports learning, teaching and research in the vibrant, diverse University that is London Met.

Led by the Academic Liaison Librarian team, these workshops will help you develop your skills for uni and beyond. From understanding referencing or finding the best resource for your subject to using AI, these sessions will boost your knowledge and confidence- ready for when you write your next assignment! 


Upcoming workshops....
 

Library refresher and using Library Search

Join our session to unlock the full potential of your university's resources. Discover the services, facilities, and abundant resources available at your fingertips. We'll show you how to effectively use Library Search to access books, ebooks, journal articles, and more for your research needs. Whether you're an undergrad or a postgrad, this session equips you with the tools to maximize your university experience. Book your place today and level up your academic journey! 

Wednesday 28 February, 1:00 pm, online - Sign up
Wednesday 6 March, 1:00 pm, online- Sign up

 

Referencing with LondonMet Harvard 

Calling all university students seeking to master the art of proper referencing! Join our basic referencing session, designed to equip you with the essential skills needed to cite sources accurately and confidently. Our session will cover the basics of London Met Harvard style. Whether you're working on essays, research papers, or dissertations, you'll gain valuable insights on citing books, articles and websites. Our librarians will provide practical tips, clarify common pitfalls, and guide you through the nuances of creating impeccable bibliographies and reference lists. Elevate your academic work to the next level by attending this referencing session – a crucial skill set for your university journey and beyond! Reserve your place today and boost your academic excellence.

Thursday 22 February, 1:00pm, online- Sign up
Friday 8 March, 1:00 pm, online- Sign up

 

Introduction to Zotero

Join us for an informative and interactive Zotero session for London Met students! Whether you're an undergraduate or graduate student, managing your research and citations has never been easier. In this session, you'll learn how to import sources and organise your material on Zotero to seamlessly generate citations and bibliographies. Our librarians will walk you through the ins and outs of Zotero, empowering you to conquer your research projects with efficiency and accuracy. Don't miss this opportunity to sharpen your research skills and boost your productivity. Reserve your spot now and take the first step towards becoming a citation pro!

Friday 9 February, 1:00 pm, online- Sign up
Monday 4 March, 1:00 pm, online- Sign up

 

AI: Good Practice

Explore the potential benefits and current limitations​ of AI in an academic context. An overview of using AI critically and acknowledging usage and referencing AI​ in your work.

Monday 26 February, 1:00 pm, online- Sign up
Monday 11 March, 1:00 pm, online- Sign up

 

Oscola Referencing

A workshop on OSCOLA Referencing in the Welcome Room (LCG-26) on the ground floor of Holloway Road Library. The workshop will be facilitated by Marina Georgiou and Xingwei Li

Friday 14 February, 1:00pm - 2pm, - No registration is required

Online reading lists

The best place to find your reading list is on Weblearn.

Each of your modules will have a Blackboard site. Look for the "Reading List" link in the left hand menu to link to your online reading list.

Or do search for a reading list by module code or title using the quick search box below:


Reading List

Search for lists, modules & courses

Academic Liaison Librarian