Library Training Series
In order to help teachers and students to better use the library resources, the library will hold a series of information literacy trainings in the second semester of 2015-2016. In the trainings, you can listen to the lectures, explore the databases by yourself and get the librarians’ on-site guidance, Welcome to take part in the lectures.
The way to sign up: You can enter your name by using J-account through the library website (If there are less than 10 people, the trainings will be cancelled. But you can contact the instructors to have personal tutorial).
The website for signing up：
Series I: Search and Access Library Academic Resources
Lecture 1 How to Query and Access Library Resources with the One-stop Retrieval System?
Lecture 2 Strategies for Search and Access E-Books in Chinese and Foreign Languages
Lecture 3 How to Query and Access Full-Text Social Science E-Journals in Chinese and Foreign Languages?
Lecture 4 How to Query and Access Full-Text Science & Engineering E-Journals in Chinese and Foreign Languages?
Lecture 5 How to Query Theses & Dissertations in Chinese and Foreign Languages and Access the Full Texts?
Lecture 6 Approaches to Apply for Funded Research Projects and Query the Research Achievements—— For Sciences & Engineering
Lecture 7 How to Search and Use Special Literature like Patents, Theses, Dissertations and Conference Papers?
Lecture 8 How to Search and Use Multimedia Resources?
Series II: Literature Survey and Subject Hotspot Analysis
Lecture 1 How to Do Literature Survey before Writing the Opening Report and Project Application?—— For Sciences & Engineering
Lecture 2 How to Do Literature Survey before Writing the Opening Report and Project Application?—— For Humanities & Social Sciences
Lecture 3 How to Track, Analyze and Evaluate Subject Development?
Lecture 4 How to Use Citespace to Create Subject Knowledge Maps and Analyze Subject Hotspots and Trends?
Lecture 5 Methods of Using RSS to Keep Track of the Latest Academic Information in the World
Lecture 6 Strategies of Using Incites
Lecture 7 A Guide to Academic Paper Writing and Core Journal Subscription——For Sciences & Engineering
Lecture 8 A Guide to Academic Paper Writing and Core Journal Subscription——For Humanities & Social Sciences
Series III: Use software and tools to promote study and research
Lecture 1 Endnote—— Bibliographies Made Easy
Lecture 2 NoteExpress——Bibliographies Made Easy
Lecture 3 Advanced Use of Microsoft Excel
Lecture 4 Strategies of Using Microsoft Visio
Lecture 5 SPSS——Statistical Analysis Made Easy
Lecture 6 Use Mind Manager to Organize Ideas, Plans and Resources
Lecture 7 How to Use Evernote to Take Notes and Archive?
Lecture 8 How to Use LaTeX——A Document Preparation System?
Group Study Room Reservation
Group study rooms and mini meeting rooms are provided in the Main library mainly for the scholarly community and academic exchange, course discussions, course viewing, contest organization and rehearsal, association activities, training and other group activities.