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Information Literacy at NU: Library Sessions
The Nazarbayev University Library Information Literacy Program (NU LILY) was launched in 2018 to achieve student success across all schools of the university.
The library sessions and workshops support lifelong learning and advance competency and skills necessary for students’ coursework, research, professional career, education, and personal information needs.
Everyone is encouraged to register online in the library calendar. Our workshops include:
Research Hacks: the Superpowers of Sage Research Methods, OECD and more
Citation Tools such as Mendeley / EndNote / Zotero
5 Tools for Efficient Literature Review
APA Style 101
Data Introduction: DMP and Finding Data
Advanced Information Search: EDS, Web of Science, Scopus
Selecting Journals for Publications
Building your Personal Brand with Author Profiles
SciFinder, IEEE and other specific databases
If there are no topics relevant to your needs, you are welcome to request for any instruction, research assistance, orientation, or library tour by communicating to any of the Subject Librarians throughout the year. We also provide the following kinds of sessions:
One-shot session - a one-time session designed to teach classes on a certain library-related topic not covered by the IL Program.