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KLaSS on KEATS

KLaSS is a KEATS module from Libraries & Collections, where you can find a huge range of online tutorials and courses helping you develop the skills you'll need to excel in your studies:

  • Getting Started With Your Studies - an introduction to the tools and resources you'll use day to day
  • Finding and Evaluating Information - learn how to discern and get the best from the range of academic resources we have on offer
  • Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism - learn what we mean by plagiarism at University, and why it's so important to avoid
  • Developing Your Skills With Technology - free online tutorials on using a range of software like MS Word and Excel

 

Book an in-person 1-1 or an online 1-1

Via MS Teams, one of our senior library assistants can help you with e-resource navigation, searching online databases and journals, and building search strategies for literature reviews. Once booked, you will be sent an email with details of how to log in for your online appointment.  All 1-1s last 30 minutes.

Franklin Wilkins Library is located in Waterloo. Our senior library assistants can help you with e-resource navigation, searching online databases and journals, and building search strategies for literature reviews. Once booked, you will be sent an email with details of where to go for your in-person appointment. All 1-1s last 30 minutes.

The IoPPN Library is located in Denmark Hill. Our senior library assistants can help you with e-resource navigation, searching online databases and journals, and building search strategies for literature reviews. Once booked, you will be sent an email with details of where to go for your in-person appointment. All 1-1s last 30 minutes.

Wearing scrubs to attend in-person workshops: Please be aware that some areas of King's campuses don't allow Trust members who are wearing hospital scrubs to enter the building.

The Maughan Library is located on Chancery Lane. Our senior library assistants can help you with e-resource navigation, searching online databases and journals, and building search strategies for literature reviews. Once booked, you will be sent an email with details of where to go for your in-person appointment. All 1-1s last 30 minutes.

New Hunt's House Library is located at Guy's Campus, London Bridge. Our senior library assistants can help you with e-resource navigation, searching online databases and journals, and building search strategies for literature reviews. Once booked, you will be sent an email with details of where to go for your in-person appointment. All 1-1s last 30 minutes.

Wearing scrubs to attend in-person workshops: Please be aware that some areas of King's campuses don't allow Trust members who are wearing hospital scrubs to enter the building.

The WEC Library is located in Denmark Hill. Our senior library assistants can help you with e-resource navigation, searching online databases and journals, and building search strategies for literature reviews. Once booked, you will be sent an email with details of where to go for your in-person appointment. All 1-1s last 30 minutes. 

Wearing scrubs to attend in-person workshops: Please be aware that some areas of King's campuses don't allow Trust members who are wearing hospital scrubs to enter the building.

King's Academic Skills for Learning on KEATS

King's Academy provides a variety of workshops to support you as you develop your academic skills, whether you are an undergraduate or a taught postgraduate student.  

All of our workshops are listed in the KASL - Workshops module linked below and are currently offered online. Workshops will be available to book one month in advance.

Can't access the workshops module?

To see the workshops, you need to self-enrol onto KASL's home module, find it below:

KLaSS sign-up workshops for Health and Biomedical Sciences topics

Get help online with our Forums

New to using KLaSS forums?

Make sure you're enrolled on KLaSS by using the link below:

Enrol onto LIB262: Advanced Searching for Systematic Reviews, 6-week online course from Libraries & Collections

Are you a Taught (PGT) or Research (PGR) Postgraduate student in the Health Sciences starting a Systematic Review project? Not sure how or where to get started?

Libraries & Collections offer a six week online course to help students and researchers develop their searching skills to complete a Systematic Review. You'll work in small groups with other learners, with support from the Library's Learning Design team throughout. Places are limited to 80, so please see the booking link below!

The next iteration of this course starts on: Monday 21 October 2022

Bookings close on: Friday 18 October 2022