If you want to find out more about using ebooks, ejournals and databases in an informal setting, then why not pop in to one of our lunchtime drop-in sessions? Expert library staff will be on hand to answer your questions on finding, accessing and downloading the ebooks, ejournals and databases provided for you by your libraries. Please do bring your phones, laptops, and tablets if you have queries about downloading articles or ebooks.
There will be an entirely optional short e-resource-related quiz, if you complete it you can win a small prize. There will also be some supplier freebies such as bags and pens available for all, and maybe even some edible goodies.
Venue: Alison Richards atrium (ground floor)
Days: Tuesday 17th October & Monday 6th November
Time: 12.45 – 2pm (drop in anytime during your lunch break)
We will be there on the sofa area outside the cafe, please come and say hello!
If you want to find out more about how to find, use, and download academic ebooks, please come along to the Ray Kelly Room in Fitzwilliam College Library on Wednesday 28th October. The ebooks@cambridge team will be there to answer your ebook questions.
Please drop in anytime between 3.30 and 4.30pm, there’s no formal presentation, it’s just a chance for you to ask us any questions you may have about using the ebooks the libraries buy for you to help support your studies. If you use a mobile device for reading and downloading ebooks onto, please bring it along.
The Psychology Department Library team are running a drop-in session next week for any questions you might have on using Psychology e-books.
Location: Student Common Room, 1st floor of the department (next door to the Library), Department of Pyschology
Dates: Wednesday 26th November
Times: drop in with your questions anytime 1-2 pm
Having trouble accessing an e-book?
Got a question about searching the e-books collection?
Why not come along and speak to a member of the Department of Psychology’s Library team who will be joined by the ebooks@cambridge team.
If you simply want to know a bit more the team will also be happy to talk to you about e-books in general and why you should consider using them during your studies.
And, as if finding out about e-books wasn’t good enough already, coffee and doughnuts will be provided.
We look forward to meeting you at the session!
Image credit: ‘Coffee fresh donuts (2012), Hollywood. los Angeles.’ by Noelia Granados on Flickr – https://flic.kr/p/e26ivn