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Interested in events like On Track? Skills at Library put on various workshops and events throughout the year to showcase the range of support and development opportunities available to students across the University. Events take place across all three campuses, in-person as well as online, so there’s something for everyone!
On Track for your Masters
Writing your Master's dissertation? Want to know how to find literature or data, use Google effectively, manage your references, structure and write your dissertation effectively, and more? Join us for a programme of free workshops that will help boost your research skills!
On Track offers PGT students with support in researching and writing a Master's dissertation. It is offered once a year in June, and sessions cover finding literature or data, managing references, and more! Workshops are delivered by staff from a range of areas, including the Library, Skills for Success, IT Services, and Wellbeing.
Sessions for 2022 will be held online and in-person at Colchester and Southend Campuses between Monday 13 June, and Friday 24 June. You will need access to Zoom to attend online sessions. Explore the programme using the guide below. You can sign up to as many workshops as you like!
Workshops will be delivered by staff from a range of areas, including the Library, Skills for Success, and IT Services.
See below for details about the programme.
Visit our Workshops at Library calendar to view the complete 2022 On Track programme or book a session. You can also see a list of upcoming sessions below.
Some sessions from On Track 2022 are being repeated and will run from 1–5 August. You can register for them here