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SLUBtutorials

In addition to regular courses and workshops, SLUB Dresden also offers publicly available e-tutorials covering topics such as database research, quoting, and scientific working. It is also possible to acquire device licenses for SLUB Makerspace.

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SLUB for Beginners

In the e-tutorial "SLUB for Beginners“, you will learn everything worth knowing about the SLUB. We explain what you need to know for using and searching the SLUB catalogue and we also introduce our course and consulting offers, which will support you throughout your studies. Finally, you will get to know our branch libraries a little more in detail and learn what you can do in our SLUB Makerspace and our SLUB TextLab.

From topic to full text - research in databases

In the e-tutorial "From Topic to Full Text - Searching in Databases" you will learn how to prepare an efficient search and select the appropriate search tools. We show you which search strategies are used when searching in databases.

We offer the second part as a classroom course at SLUB Dresden. Here you can try out your knowledge in practice and we will support you with tips and tricks.

Please note that the e-tutorial and the course are in German.

Recording, managing and citing literature - Basic knowledge of literature management programs

In the e-tutorial Recording, managing and citing literature - basic knowledge of literature management programs you will learn how literature management programs can support you in your scientific work, which programs are available and how to find the right program for you. In addition, the e-tutorial contains instructions and videos for independent training in the programs Mendeley, EndNote, Zotero and Citavi.

Please note that the e-tutorial is in German.

Citations and avoiding plagiarism – When, why, and how to cite sources?

Citing your sources correctly is a tricky issue that often raises questions and leads to difficulties during the writing process. In the e-tutorial Citations and avoiding plagiarism – When, why, and how to cite sources? you will learn how to avoid plagiarism by answering the following questions:

  • Why is citing necessary?
  • Which sources can be cited?
  • Which sources should not be cited?
  • How to integrate citations correctly into the text?

ORCID in der Praxis. Die eigene Sichtbarkeit auf den Punkt gebracht.

Throughout the research process, you are increasingly asked to present yourself as well as your research work and institutional affiliation. But how do you ensure that your scientific publications are clearly attributed to you? This course shows you step by step how to work effectively with your account after a successful registration in ORCID. Individual focal points will be selected. What should you pay particular attention to when registering? What are the most important features of the profile? And how can work steps be simplified? Concrete applications in the SLUB and TU context will also be discussed.

Please note that this course is only available in German.

XML and TEI basics

This self-study course for beginners helps to develop an overview and basic understanding of XML and TEI so that you are able to integrate these tools into your future academic work.

The course consists of six units. Please note, that the e-tutorial is in german.

SLUBcast - The SLUB Step by step

You want to visit the SLUB Dresden for the first time and don't know your way around yet? The SLUBcast "The SLUB - Step by step" provides all the important information that students and other people need for their first visit to the SLUB

SLUBcast series Citations and avoiding plagiarism

In several short videos, the "SLUBcast series Citations and avoiding plagiarism; presents essential aspects of citation and good scientific practice. Experience the two fictional students Emma and Max as they discuss the topic and overcome their difficulties with citing.

Please note that the videos are in German with English subtitles.

Equipment driver's licences - the way to work independently at the Makerspace

With each equipment driver's licence you gain more rights to work independently in SLUB Makerspace.
We offer: driving licence for small devices incl. occupational safety instruction, driving licence for laser cutters, driving licence for 3D plastic printing and driving licence for styrofoam cutters.

Please note that the e-tutorials and courses are in German.

Von der Idee zur Facharbeit: ein Einstieg ins wissenschaftliche Arbeiten für Schüler

Das Angebot Von der Idee zur Facharbeit: ein Einstieg ins wissenschaftliche Arbeiten für Schüler besteht aus drei Modulen. Die eLecture "SLUB im Überblick" gibt eine Einführung in die Bibliothek. Im Präsenzkurs erfahren die Teilnehmer mehr über wissenschaftliche Arbeitstechniken und können anschließend das E-Tutorial "Richtig Zitieren" bearbeiten.

Wissenschaftliches Schreiben mit Word

Das Angebot Wissenschaftliches Schreiben mit Word besteht aus drei Modulen. Im Basiskurs Dokumentstruktur und Formatvorlagen zeigen wir Ihnen, wie Sie mit wenigen Handgriffen das Grundgerüst Ihres wissenschaftlichen Dokuments gestalten und dabei stets die Struktur im Blick behalten. Darauf aufbauend erfahren Sie im Modul 2 Verzeichnisse, Tabellen, Bilder welche Schritte nötig sind, dass Verzeichnisse von Word automatisch generiert werden. Wie Sie Querverweise und den Korrekturmodus nutzen und mit Zentral- und Filialdokumenten umgehen erlernen Sie im Expertenmodul Verweis, Korrektur, Zentral- und Filialdokumente. Nach jedem größeren Lernabschnitt haben Sie die Möglichkeit zum Üben. Dazu haben wir für Sie Aufgaben und entsprechende Musterlösungen vorbereitet. Sie haben noch Fragen zu den Kursinhalten? Diese beantworten wir Ihnen gern per E-Mail oder in einem Wissenbartermin