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Library training calendar

The TUT library teaches information literacy and information retrieval skills to all TUT students, researchers and staff. Trainings offered in English can be found in the training calendar below with course information in English. Most of the courses are held in the IT lab Logos (A119, Kampusareena, 1. floor).

Time and location Lecture topic Target group
25.9.2017 at 8.15-9.45, PB212 Introduction to graduation studies: Electrical Engineering ja IT  
25.9.2017 at 10.15-11.45, A119 Introduction to graduation studies: Electrical Engineering ja IT  
25.9.2017 at 10.15-11.45, PB212 Introduction to graduation studies: Automation Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Bioengineering ja Science and Engineering  
27.9.2017 at 10.15-11.45, A119 Introduction to graduation studies: Architecture  
2.10.2017 at 10.15-11.45, A119 Introduction to graduation studies: Industrial Engineering and Management  

12.10.2017 at 10.15-11.45, A119 SIGN UP

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More information about library trainings: Miikka Sipilä

Service providers' trainings

TUT Library acquires information resources from various service providers. Service providers provides training materials, which TUT students and staff can use free of charge.

ACM Digital Library Author Profile Pages (VIDEO)
ACM Digital Library provides a comprehensive publication overview, including key citation and usage statistics, for over 1,000,000 authors who have published in the computing field.
Go to ACM Digital Library

Ebrary: Searching, finding & using ebooks (VIDEO)
Watch a quick video for tips on searching to find the content you need, creating a personal account to save highlights and notes, and downloading chapters and ebooks from ebrary. 
Go to Ebrary

EBSCOhost: Recorded webinars
A wide selection of recordings available on the EBSCO Training Site. Click on "View session recordings" link.
Go to EBSCOhost

! WebEx Player installation required (download here)

Essential Science Indicators: Recorded training
Using Essential Science Indicators, you can identify the influential individuals, institutions, papers, publications, and countries in your field of study - as well as emerging research areas that could impact your work.
Go to Essential Science Indicators

IEEE Xplore video tutorials

Whether you are new to IEEE Xplore or are just looking for a refresher, these videos provide tips and techniques to make your research go smoothly.
Go to IEEE Xplore

Journal Citation Reports: Recorded training

Journal Citation Reports (JCR) offers a systematic, objective means to critically evaluate the world's leading journals, with quantifiable, statistical information based on citation data.
Go to Journal Citation Reports

Knovel: Interactive Tables & Graphs (RECORDED WEBINAR)
Showcases how to best use, apply, and re- purpose Knovel's tabular and graphical information you uncover while searching in Knovel.
Go to Knovel

MathSciNet: Tutorial presentation
How to make searches in American Mathematical Society's MathSciNet.
Go to MathSciNet

ProQuest Platform: Recorded webinars
Get the most from ProQuest Platform.
Go to ProQuest Platform

Reaxys in Education - Teaching Information Retrieval to Students (use Click to register button) (RECORDED WEBINAR)
Examples of how Reaxys can used in the classroom. Use Click to register button.
Go to Reaxys

Scopus: Recorded webinars
Learn about best practices, content coverage, metrics to track, understand research impact, etc.
Go to Scopus

! You must register in to BrightTalk before the training

Web of Science Core Collection: Recorded training
Learn about best practices, content coverage, metrics to track, understand research impact, etc.
Go to Web of Science

 

More information about trainings held by service providers: tietoaineiston.hankinta@tut.fi

Updated by: Miikka Sipilä, 15.09.2017 13:23.
Keywords: education and studies