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Knowledge and Library Services have prepared a 12 Days of Christmas advent calendar to share resources to support your use of knowledge from people, research and resources. Select a window at random for a surprise or scroll down to preview our content!
Whether you already use our services and resources or are just finding out about us, you’re bound to find something new, interesting and helpful!
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Do you want a preview of what is behind each door? Spoilers below…
Day 1: What is Knowledge Management? Learn what Knowledge Management actually is!
Day 2: What is EndNote? Watch this short video to find out what EndNote is and how it can help you.
Day 3: Journal Subject Guide Take a look at our handy list of key journal titles broken down by subject.
Day 4: Our favourite knowledge management tools Read our postcards about which KM tools are well loved within KLS.
Day 5: Clinical Key: Infectious Diseases Find out how to access this excellent resource, which includes the contents of 31 e-journals and 18 e-books on Infectious Diseases.
Day 6: BrowZine Demo Watch this demo of BrowZine, providing access to e-journals with several useful features!
Day 7: Knowledge Management Tools Watch a series of five videos with more information on Knowledge Management (PHE/UKHSA Intranet only).
Day 8: Research Methods Reading List See which resources can help you if you're conducting research, looking at general research methods, quantitative methods and statistics, qualitative methods, and more!
Day 9: Wellbeing Collection: Hidden Disabilities Find out about resources in our Wellbeing Collection, including poetry, fiction and non-fiction.
Day 10: What is critical appraisal? A short video explaining what critical appraisal is, and why and when we do it.
Day 11: KLS Randomised Coffee Trial Find out how KLS got on with this Knowledge Management tool.
Day 12: Stories to make you smile An uplifting book, released earlier this year for World Book Night; find out how to read or listen here!
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