Need some help with basic uses of EndNote (Bibliographic Management Software), useful research skills especially on various online databases or tips on effective searching on open access platforms? Come and join us on our sessions and our Information Skills Librarians might be able to help you out!
These sessions are offered to UM Academic and Non- Academic Staff, Postgraduate students, Research Assistant and Officers, PPUM Staff, ect.
Creating effective search strategies for locating and using library resources
Guided sessions on various platforms to ensure that you are equipped with effective research related skills.
Weekly step-by-step guidance at our computer labs to ensure better understanding.
Online manuals for all our sessions are downloadable from our Spectrum at your convenience.
EndNote is a reference manager software program that allows you to collect and organize your references and to create bibliographies. Join us as we will guide you from installation, manual input, importing citations from various platforms, up to creating your bibliography and reference lists. Don’t worry, we also will guide you on how to properly do your in-text citations.
Get introduced to various library collections and how to explore the Pendeta Discovery, our Web Public Access Catalogue. This session also covers borrowing, holds, and renewals that you can do online. Come and explore our digital resources and various repositories that includes resources such as thesis and electronic resources.
Need access to our Subscribed Online Databases or other Digital resources, even from home? Join us as we guide you through our Interaktif Portal, a one-stop-centre platform for our digital resources and get informed about different types of platforms and databases for your research, teaching and learning needs.
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