QMU uses the resource, Cite Them Right, to provide guidance on referencing.
Among the formats available, Cite Them Right is available within an online guide: Cite Them Right online
To be able to access this guide, you will need to login using your QMU username and password. To do this:
More information can be found in the Referencing tab of this guide.
Welcome to your subject guide to link you to the books, journals, key databases, new research and other online resources for your subject field of Deaf Studies and Interpreting. If you're not sure where to start , let these pages be your inspiration.
This guide can also help you with conducting a literature review and completing other university assignments.
On this page, you can email and schedule an appointment, and access useful recordings and help guides as well as your Talis Reading List.
► Go to the Books tab to search the library catalogue and Discover.
►Go to the Journals tab to search for print and e-journals.
► Go to the databases tab for information on multidisciplinary and subject specific databases.
► Go to the referencing tab if you're not sure how to reference a source.
As the Liaison Librarian for Deaf Studies and Interpreting, I am here to support you in navigating and using the print and online resources you will have access to here as a student at Queen Margaret University.
Please contact me in person, by phone or email if you have any queries.
Study Skills Workshops
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Click below to view upcoming workshops run by the Effective Learning Service.
The Effective Learning Service has put together a series of videos to help you develop key academic skills:
The library is running a series of workshops, scheduled throughout the year, on topics to help you with finding, accessing and using resources and tools for your work.
To find out what workshops are available, and to book a place, please visit our events booking page