Examples of information skills training include:
Training courses can be delivered using a variety of teaching methods and formats including:
We offer a timetable of scheduled training sessions.
You can arrange a session by contacting Library.GalwayMayo.atu.ie or come along to a drop-in session.
Most library training sessions take place in the Library in either the Training Room or the IT Room. Trainers are willing to go to classrooms if a group is too large to be accommodated in the Library, although it is preferable to split large groups up for more effective results.
Sessions covering the Online Library, Database Searching and EndNote citation software will all require access to pcs for the trainer and trainees.
If you are unable to attend a library session, please note that many of our tutorials are available online from the Library's YouTube channel.
ATU offers a “Learning & Innovation Skills” module (formerly Learning 2 Learn, L2L) as a mandatory module in the first year of its undergraduate programmes. The module was designed to help students develop the learning skills needed to meet the demands of third-level study and to ease their transition from second to third level.
The library covers the following modules:
Booking requests can be made by staff for students by contacting Library.GalwayMayo.atu.ie