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Ask your friendly Social Sciences, Humanities and Law Librarians

This is your one-stop-shop for your research and study skills for social sciences, humanities and law.

If you have any questions please contact one of our librarians. The best way to contact is by e-mail.

Ask one of our friendly Social Sciences, Humanities & Law librarians.

Patricia Crosier 

Fran Porritt

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Patricia Crosier

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Fred Milton

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Your librarians offer tutorials on searching for information, using online databases, referencing and Refworks. If you are a member of academic staff and require help with Reading Lists Online, then please also book a tutorial with us.

If you would like help with academic writing, reflective writing, assessment structure or study skills, then please book a tutorial with one of our learning and development team.

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Need help in Getting Started in Using the Library

Lexis Plus training

Learn how to use Lexis + as effectively as possible and gain accreditation. Join one of our sessions on Tuesday.

There are also scheduled sessions for PG and level 5 students, and you will get details of these from your lecturers. 

Click here to join the meeting Foundation Certificate 9.30-11am on Tuesday 18th October


Click here to join the meeting Advanced Certificate 1.30-3pm on Tuesday 18th October


Click here to join the meeting Foundation Certificate 3-4.30pm on Tuesday 18th October


What’s on - Succeed@Tees calendar of scheduled sessions.

To participate in an online workshop, click on the session title in the calendar. You should then be able to see the URL to access that session in the event description.

For guidance on using BlackBoard Collaborate go to the Help pages on Blackboard at

To check your audio settings for Collaborate before the session go to

Guidance on using Microsoft Teams is available from Digital Futures at

Various help guides are available from the Microsoft website at

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