Are you drowning in Data? Don’t think you’re making the most of your data? Don’t despair! This September, dip into our two-week interdisciplinary showcase. With events and selection boxes of talks across all three faculties, we’ll be showcasing data science and the power of machine learning/artificial intelligence across research at York. Perfect for staff and … Continue reading Data Discoveries: the power of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence across subjects
We know the SafePod service is important to researchers who need to access sensitive datasets for their research. This webinar will highlight what’s on offer, so that those who may benefit from using a SafePod know about the service and how to use it. Registration is now open for this online webinar on Eventbrite.
The study room for postgraduates in the Library is moving on Friday 15 July. Currently in the Burton (LBU/003), the study room for postgraduates will move to room LMO/111 in the Morrel building on Friday 15 July 2022. Room LMO/111 is currently available for postgraduates and we encourage you to start using the space. The room allows for a greater capacity and … Continue reading Postgraduate study room move in the Library
In the Library we’ve changed how study space bookings work based on student feedback. We now have a blended approach, with some spaces remaining bookable and some not. The Morrell 2nd floor, Fairhurst 1st floor and Burton 1st floor are areas where booking is required, as are all Single and Group Study Rooms. The rest … Continue reading A new approach to booking study space in the Library
The Library has published an update about opening hours and support over the winter break. A library timeline for the vacation
All postgraduate researchers have a responsibility to properly manage the data they create, collect or use during the course of their research. Get to grips with the principles and practice of good research data management by completing the RDM 101 online tutorial in the VLE.
Digital Skills Training Want some guidance on anything from setting up your thesis in Microsoft Word to getting creative with data processing and visualisation? Check out our full list of free digital skills training (or browse SkillsForge). Resources to help you Known for its bountiful game changing tips and support, the Skills Guides have support for critical reading, referencing, web development, Google Apps and much … Continue reading Autumn 2021: Skills guides and training
Does digital help you solve problems, break barriers, get creative… or something else? Now, more than ever, it’s important to make the most of approaches for working, teaching and communicating together digitally. All are welcome to submit to the University’s annual Digital Collaboration conference, held in association with the White Rose University Consortium, on 7 … Continue reading Digital Collaboration 2021: call for contributions
There are currently several hundred socially-distanced single study spaces available to book across the Library and other University buildings, the majority of which can be reserved via the Study Space Bookings Calendar. We know this is a busy time so we’re increasing the locations for individual study on an ongoing basis. Here’s what you need to … Continue reading HOW TO: Book study spaces
From Monday 15 March, the Library will be open from 8am until 12 midnight, seven days a week. Starting Monday 29 March, staff and students will be able to access the Rare Books collections and the Archives from Monday to Wednesday. The intention is to reopen King’s Manor Library from mid-April and the physical Help … Continue reading Library: extended opening hours from Monday