Research Workshops

Our team of Liaison Librarians are here to support you with finding and managing information, promoting your research, and accessing resources. Please contact us at

The Scholarly Communications Team can also support you with open research, including open access, and research data management matters. Please contact us at

Additionally, the Library Skills team run various academic writing workshops for researchers, focusing on different stages of the thesis-writing process. They are also available for one-to-one support and will give feedback on examples of your written work. Please contact

Recordings of past Skills for Researcher workshops are found in Canvas via the  Post-Graduate Researcher Development Programme.


Skills for Researcher workshops




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May 3rd 2023


Academic Writing: Progressing with your Thesis

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May 11th 2023


Academic Writing: Finishing your Thesis

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May 15th 2023


Getting Started with Archival Research

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May 22nd 2023


Finding and Using Open Data

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June 5th 2023


Making your research open: Open Access and Open Research

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June 26th 2023


Literature Searching for Researchers

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Workshops from external organisations 


18th April 2023, 3.00pm CET: How to get published in a scholarly journal: Top Tips from a Publisher

26th April 2023, 11.00am CET: Sustainable chemistry & chemical engineering made easy with a synergic use of Reaxys and Knovel

9th May 2023, 12.30pm CET: How to Identify Fake, Cloned, Predatory Journals and Conferences

6th June 2023, 3.00pm CET: Revitalizing the library: How Elsevier supports librarians in reconnecting with researchers

27th June 2023, 3.00pm CET: Kicking-off your journal evaluation with free CiteScore metrics!

Designed to support academic and research-focused professionals, this webinar series will run from April 2023 to March 2024. Each session will feature Elsevier Customer Consultants, as well as esteemed local and international speakers.

We will be gradually introducing new webinars, so please do check back regularly.


Scopus for research students and researchers – a hands-on workshop

Date: Thursday 27th April 10am – 11.30am

Place: Harrison Library, MD111b.

How to address some of researchers’ most pressing questions with Scopus
- Scopus as a tool for research students and researchers

Exciting news! Scopus is back on campus, and we're offering a hands-on workshop to showcase how it can help you with your research.

Follow this link to register your place:

Scopus for research students and researchers – a hands-on workshop Tickets, Thu 27 Apr 2023 at 10:00 | Eventbrite



IEEE Xplore: An In-Depth Look

Get an in-depth look at the IEEE Xplore platform and maximize your research. These webinars will cover IEEE Xplore content and how best to search it.

All sessions are at 3:00 pm (BST) 
19 January 
02 February
16 February
02 March
16 March
06 April
20 April

Follow this link for more info and to register for sessions:


Recordings of past workshops from external organisations





September 2022

How to address some of researchers’ most pressing questions with Scopus

How to address some of researchers’ most pressing questions with Scopus - 15th September 2022 (


April 2022

How to get published in a scholarly journal – Top Tips from a publisher
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March 2022

Scopus yourself: Learn all about Scopus Author Profiles
Access Passcode: 8DAY?F!2

March 2022

How to get published in a scholarly journal
Passcode: 95Wlk7+G

November 2021

Working with the new Web of Science at Wolverhampton


November 2021

Getting the most out of Scopus

Passcode: 3W5FqM&g


November 2021

Understanding Research Metrics and Indicators in Scopus and using these responsibly

Passcode: 4!LW8V^P


November 2021

ScienceDirect - Improve the way you discover, read and share scholarly research

Passcode: ?@rqYc53

May 2020

How to Get Published with the IEEE