The ANU Library offers a range of workshops to help you develop your digital literacy skills. These sessions can help you begin your academic work; learn research skills; navigate our collections; format your work; use programs such as Microsoft Word, Excel, EndNote, NVivo, SPSS, and LaTeX; work on your presentation skills; develop conference posters; put together your citations; and much more! You can view our upcoming courses via the training calendar.
Help is also available from our friendly staff in one-to-one sessions. Book an appointment using our online booking system.
Microsoft Word thesis formatting consultation
Word thesis formatting consults provide an opportunity to ask questions about Microsoft Word, including troubleshooting and help with advanced academic writing requirements such as formatting your thesis.
EndNote formatting consultation
EndNote formatting consultations provide an opportunity to manage your EndNote library and maintain consistency in your referencing style, including fixing inconsistencies, updating referencing styles, ensuring you are meeting academic referencing requirements and creating an online EndNote library.
Digital Essentials consultation
This consultation is intended for beginners and those unfamiliar with using ANU systems. The appointment provides updated advice for accessing ANU systems and implementing IT security while maintaining privacy, as well as learning effective online collaboration and how best to connect with digital audiences.
Discover a range of guides designed to help you find resources with ease and improve your research skills.
For academic skills support and training, please visit the Academic Skills website.