Wondering about how to start researching and writing your Masters dissertation or project? Why not book onto the Masters Dissertation Fair that’s being run by our Academic Liaison and Study Advice team?
Choose from a selection of different webinars, workshops and drop-ins running this week until Friday 10 June offering advice on all elements of your dissertation planning, researching, and writing.
For more information on each session and to book, take a look at our Masters Dissertation Fair Guide
Our friendly sessions include topics such as:
- Managing your dissertation project
- Overcoming writer’s block
- Critical writing
- Systematic literature searching
- Finalising your research question
- Writing your literature review
- Literature searching tips
- Finding information beyond the UoR Library
- Reference management tools
- Writing your discussion
More help available
You can also book a 1-2-1 session with a Study Adviser, who can offer advice to enable you to manage your project, write critically and ensure academic integrity and your Academic Liaison Librarian who can support you with researching and accessing the material you need and how to reference it correctly. And for those that prefer self-paced online resources, we have a suite of videos and guides on dissertations, major projects and literature reviews.
Remember, you can always discover key resources in your subject area in the liaison team’s guides and use our guide for Taught Postgraduates.
Academic Liaison Librarians and Study Advisers