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Workshop: Endnote Online, taking the pain out of organising your references

28/11/2017, 17:00-18:00, All Saints Library 407

Not only does EndNote order and organise the references that you use during your academic life, but it can take the pain out of referencing by inserting citations and references in the exact way your tutor has requested. So if you forget where your italics and fullstops go, learning EndNote can take the pain out of your reference list.

Updated: 20 November, 2017

Workshop: Endnote Online, taking the pain out of organising your references

24/11/2017, 13:00-14:00, Geoffrey Manton 115

Not only does EndNote order and organise the references that you use during your academic life, but it can take the pain out of referencing by inserting citations and references in the exact way your tutor has requested. So if you forget where your italics and fullstops go, learning EndNote can take the pain out of your reference list.

Updated: 16 November, 2017

Workshop: Going beyond Google, finding academic information for your assignments

29/11/17, 13:00-14:00, Business School 5.04

Struggling to find relevant academic information for your assignments? Google can be a useful starting point but it can be hard to find good quality academic writing using a general search engine. This hands on workshop will show you how to use Library Search to get straight to the research you need.

Updated: 20 November, 2017

Workshop: MMU Harvard referencing

01/12/17, 12:00-13:00, Business School 3.26

Make sorting out your references easier with this introduction to the MMU's Harvard style. We'll show you how to reference the most common type of material as well as giving you guidance on tackling those trickier references you discover for your work.

Updated: 20 November, 2017

Collecting Malcolm Garrett: snapshots from the world of tomorrow

11 September 2017 - 23 March 2018

MMU Special Collections Gallery,
3rd Floor,
All Saints Library

This exhibition of books, clothing, toys and ephemera drawn from the personal collections of renowned graphic designer Malcolm Garrett highlights his compulsive interest in new worlds and futuristic design. From this diverse selection of objects it is clear that the work Garrett produced at Manchester School of Art, which in turn played its part in shaping a 'new wave' of music and fashion at the end of the 1970s, was inspired by the ephemeral, cultural media surrounding him as he grew up. The exhibition shows how the iconography of science fact, fiction and fantasy have had an enduring influence on his work and life.

Updated: 18 September, 2017

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