Guides and elearning
Our guides and online support material provide introductory information to enable you to use UCL's libraries and online resources and allow self-directed learning on all aspects of finding and using information.
- Guides to using UCL Libraries
- Finding books, etc.
- Finding journals
- Finding material for essays, dissertations and theses
- Library essentials for staff
- Library services for UCL students with a disability
- Library site maps
- Other libraries for UCL staff and students
- Printing your work
- Saving to a memory stick from the Explore Access Point
- SFX service
- Special Collections Guide
- Stores Service
- Subject Locations
- Using the inter-library loan service
- Wireless access in the Library (from ISD website)
- Searching skills
- Reference management
EndNote NEWS UPDATE: The problem with UCL authentication when using the Find Full Text function in EndNote has now been resolved. Updated: 19 Apr 18.
- Other skills and resources
- British Standards Online
- Finding Patent Information
- Maps and Map Collections
- Nature Masterclasses: Scientific Writing and Publishing. 15 course modules take you through the entire scientific publishing process, from planning a paper to publication, to give researchers a first-hand insight into what it takes to get published in top journals. To access the course you must be on the UCL Internet or Eduroam, and will need to register on the site.
- WISE: online training in information skills
WISE is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide to finding and using information effectively. Work through WISE for your subject area, or dip in where necessary to learn techniques to make you an expert user of electronic information resources at UCL.
WISE for Art & Humanities, Laws, Social & Historical Sciences and SSEES WISE for Built Environment, Engineering, Maths & Physical Sciences WISE for Laws WISE for Life and Medical Sciences
- Skills in Seconds - online videos
'Skills in Seconds' is a series of short films introducing print and online resources available from UCL Library Services.