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Social Work: Study Skills

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Study Skills

Study skills encompasses the academic and professional skills which enable you to succeed at university.

Study skills includes reading, note-taking, critical thinking, planning, writing, referencing, presentation, revision and examination skills. You'll be able to find many books in the Library to support you with all study skills.

Library Online Courses

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Library Online Courses

The library has a range of self-study courses to support study skills from library inductions for new students, to support on your PhD journey, to mindfulness and meditation.

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Library Induction.

Study Skills Books

SAGE Catalyst and Research Methods

SAGE Catalyst - collection of 150+ study skills and research methods ebooks.

SAGE Research Methods - collection of books, videos and podcasts on quantitative and qualitative research methods. Also includes a Research Project Planning tool.

Citation Searching

Google Scholar 
broadly searches the web for scholarly literature across disciplines and source types: journal articles, theses etc. from publisher websites and institutional repositories. 

Find out more on the Library website here.

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