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Brush up your information seeking skills
This workshop is aimed at those who wish to update their information searching skills. During this workshop, we will focus on Social Sciences and/or Law.
Research Paper Drop-in - from finding source material to citing. Theme: Evaluating sources and citing.
How do I make a correct reference to my interview? Where should I put the parenthesis and how do I know if my sources are scientific and reliable? We will guide you.
Dag Hammarskjöld, International Civil Service and the Decolonisation of Africa: a conversation on a new book
In December 2018 the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution
“International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace”. It recognises a
century of international civil service since the Versailles Peace Conference during
1919 and the subsequent establishment of the League of Nations.
Introduction to the thesis template for Word
This course is for PhD students who intend to use our thesis template for Word. The course is free of charge and you can participate regard-less of how far you have come in writing. We show you how to use the template and give you advice when it comes to using figures and images.
Lectures in Book History by Jill Bepler and Mara Wade
Jill Bepler (Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel) will talk on the subject: ”Uncovering women’s libraries in early modern Germany: Princesses and their books” and Mara Wade (University of Illinois) on: ”The Hybrid Book: Georg Rem’s Inscriptiones picturæ et emblemata ... (c.1620)”
Introduction to R-programming
Welcome to an introduction to R with RStudio. We introduce the foundations of programming and a selection of recipes for modelling, automation and visualisation in R.