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Online and Phone Appointments
Due to Coronavirus developments we are moving from in-person appointments to online and phone appointments until further notice.
We are using MS Teams to meet online, this application enables us to make voice calls, video calls and screen sharing. Please book your session here as usual and make sure that you are registering with your LSBU Email address. To use MS Teams, all you will need is a computer, reliable internet connection and quiet space at the time of your appointment. After your registration, we will be sending you further instructions to help you get on to MS Teams.
If you want a phone appointment, please provide your phone number on the registration form, and a librarian will call you at the time of your appointment.
These sessions are 30 minutes and we can offer advice with:
If you are unable to make any of the available slots, please email us at email@example.com and we can see if we can accommodate you.
Book on to one of our workshops in the calendar below.
These are short, lunch time workshops on referencing, literature searching and referencing software.
All workshops are held on MS Teams - enrol on to a workshop to access the link.
Find the Powerpoint slides for each workshop here, plus supplementary learning materials.
Digital Skills Centre provides training to improve your Digital Skills in the use of multimedia and various software.
For further information, one-to-one appointments, and to see Digital Skills events calendar go to Digital Skills Centre page.
Student IT Support provides technical support for the technologies used in the university. If you need help with:
visit Student IT Support LibGuide.
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