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Find the right sources for your MSc thesis

Published on
April 5, 2018

The Library offers an MSc course in Information Literacy. Get a head start on your MSc thesis by learning how to find relevant scientific information.

The course Information Literacy teaches you effective and efficient strategies for searching literature and other scientific information. You will learn how to cite and refer to sources properly and get an introduction to EndNote.

A lot of time is scheduled for practical assignments and for individual and peer feedback. The course takes 4 weeks (1.5 ects) and is scheduled 4 times a year. You can sign up until 15 April for the next course, starting on 17 May (period 6).

Check the course ECS-65100 Information Literacy for more information.

The course Information Literacy is part of the Modular Skills Training programme for MSc students.