Support for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Besides providing access to a wide range of resources, we also offer services for the development of skills to use them. Undergraduate and graduate students mainly come to us with issues connected to their theses, but we would be glad to help you with other writing projects such as essays or articles.
We can assist you with:
- Finding information for your thesis or project (academic resources and specialized databases such as IEEE or Web of Science, norms, statistics), using library search engines, and other search tools such as Google and Google Scholar.
- Working with information when writing, including proper referencing and the structure of an academic text (thesis).
- Getting organized for writing projects (e.g., using citation management tools such as Zotero).
- Using LaTeX to format manuscripts containing mathematical equations and notations.
We provide regularly-scheduled and customized instruction on advanced searching, citing, and communicating research in English. Follow up our up-to-date webinar schedule.
We will be happy to meet you for one-to-one consultations. Consultations typically last an hour, are open to all (not just library patrons), and there is no fee.
Both webinars and consultations are free of charge and open for everyone; NTK registration is not required.
We encourage university instructors to contact us with requests regarding tailored-made workshops for their students and mentees (e.g. searching academic information, using subject specific databases, and citing properly).
Guides and Tutorials
Use our subject guides to get more information about scientific resources in your field, and use tutorials aimed to help you with your research and writing. Check our selection of high-quality academic writing guides and tools and learn more useful tips for writing (not just) your thesis.
STEMskiller provides annotated links to high-quality, openly-accessible English language information for early career researchers and their mentors focused on the development of research and teaching competencies and transferable skills.
Access to Scientific Resources
Try our webinars in English on advanced searching, citing, and communicating research.
Check out STEMskiller, our new tool that provides annotated links to high-quality, openly-accessible English language resources on the development of research and teaching competencies, career management, and other transferable skills.
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