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Introduction to Mendeley referencing software


Mendeley can save you hours of time with your referencing!   Bibliographic software systems, such as Mendeley, are programmes that allow you to keep track of all you references. Mendeley is free (up to 2GB of PDFs), and you can use it both with software available for download to your computer, as well as with a web-based version.It is available on all classroom PCs in the University and can be downloaded for free to your Mac or PC. It is particularly useful if you use a lot of PDFs as it is very good at importing and organising PDFs for you. It also has a large online community allowing you to find articles that others have saved in the same area.Using the Word plug-in toolbar, you can automatically format the references into the style (e.g. APA, Harvard, Chicago) that your School requires when writing your essay or dissertation. It will also generate your bibliography for you! FAQs   Who can attend? Our sessions are open only to matriculated students at the University of St Andrews. Unfortunately, we are not able to open sessions to members of the public or students from other institutions. Do I need to book a place? Yes. Places are limited to 8 students per session. Click the 'Register' button above to sign up for a place at this session. Please use your University email address. What if the session is fully booked? You can still register for a place on the waiting list. If someone else cancels, we will contact you to offer you a place using the email address you gave us when you signed up. Where is the session? The session will take place in the Level 3 Teaching Room, Main Library, North Street.

Venue:
University of St Andrews
North Street Fife

When:
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Basic Sewing Skills - Pyjama Making Workshop


Local textile designer Clarabella Christie will take us through this basic garment making workshop. Run over two weeks on Wednesday 24th and Wednesday 31st October, you will learn pattern cutting, and hand and machine sewing skills to make pyjama trousers from upcycled bedding. You will get to go home with some awesome upcycled pyjama trousers – chillin’ out has never been so stylish! Suitable for beginners and advanced stitchers. All welcome. We’ll provide sewing machines, equipment, tools and materials. However, if you have a duvet cover you would like to use, or a sewing machine you would like to work on, feel free to bring them along. Clarabella Christie is an experienced textile designer who runs courses and workshops in Dunfermline. See more on her website. There is disabled parking on site and the venue is wheelchair accessible. Classes are small to ensure you get the personal tuition you need. PLEASE NOTE: There is a minimum number of participants required for this workshop to go ahead.  Booking Information Booking is required as spaces are limited. Please book via the Register button above.  Full price: £48 Greener Kirkcaldy members: £43.50 Concessions: £24 (e.g. pensioners, students, unemployed, receiving benefits) If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please phone 01592 858458 or email [email protected]  

Venue:
St Bryce Kirk
Saint Brycedale Avenue Fife

When:
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


No Ruined Stone


Paul Duke’s new body of work ‘No Ruined Stone’ can be seen at The Scores - this is the largest selection of the series shown to date. Paul will give a background talk about his experience of returning to his roots to work and the associated complexities of making a social documentary project. In addition to this he will take questions from the audience and will be available to sign copies of the book that accompanies the project.

Venue:
Martyrs Kirk Research Library
80 North Street Saint Andrews

When:
Wed, 24 Oct 2018 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


More Cake – Less Waste


Whether you have a glut of apples from your garden or you have vegetables, eggs and dairy lurking at the back of your fridge, cakes are a great way to use up the odds and ends in a tasty way! Join us for a fun evening of baking chocolate brownies and different flavoured muffins. We’ll be taking about how you can incorporate commonly wasted items into your everyday cooking and baking and giving you tips on how to reduce food waste. All ingredients and equipment are provided. There is disabled parking on site and the venue is wheelchair accessible. Booking Information The event is free but booking is required as spaces are limited. Please book via the 'Register' button above.  If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please phone 01592 858458 or email [email protected]

Venue:
Methodist Church
95D Saint Clair Street Kirkcaldy

When:
Thu, 25 Oct 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


VYN Networking Breakfast


A networking event has been organised to bring together Voluntary Youth Organisations and partners to share ideas and good practice.  This event is a great opportunity for volunteers and staff from your organisation/group to network with other youth organisations, clubs and groups across Fife and promote your own service. The event will involve discussion topics and a chance to network and a great breakfast.

Venue:
Gilvenbank Hotel
Huntsman's Road Fife

When:
Thu, 25 Oct 2018 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Bath Salts and Hand Wash Workshop


Make your own personally scented Bath Salts and Hand Wash.  As the weather gets cooler, what better way to indulge your skin than to create and make your own personalised version of our new salts and hand wash. Choose your own autumnal scents and learn about the benefits of your creations whilst enjoying homemade cake in a warming and grounding environment at the LT Workshop in North Berwick. Time 11-12.30pm Saturday 27th October 2018. £40 You will take away with you: ~ 250ml Jar of Bath Salts made by you. ~ 500ml Pump Bottle of 100% Hand Wash mixed and personally scented by you. All materials provided.  Bring an apron (optional)

Venue:
Laura Thomas Workshop
Lighthouse Business Centre , Unit 2 Heugh Road North Berwick

When:
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


HYW Halloween Silent Disco Ball at the Kingswood, Burntisland (18+)


Tickets on Sale Now!! for our Adult only Halloween Silent Disco Ball at the Kingswood Hotel in Burntisland. (18+) Join us on Saturday 27th October from 7:30 till midnight for the most unique, Fancy dress Halloween party night in town with two Haud yer Wheesht! DJs mixing Ghoulish party Anthems across three channels of Silent Disco. Tickets only £6. on sale at hotel reception or online (£6 + booking fee) via Eventbrite.com and our Facebook event page. *on the night a £10 cash headset deposit is also required on entry, refunded when headset is returned.

Venue:
Kingswood Hotel
Kinghorn Road Kinghorn

When:
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 7.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Kingswood Hotel: Family Halloween Ball with Haud yer Wheesht! Silent Disco


Haud yer Wheesht! are delighted to reveal 6 Family Silent Disco events this Halloween at some of our favourite venues around Fife!!! On Saturday 27th October we head to Burntisland for our first Family Silent Disco event at the Kingswood Hotel. From 1-3pm HYW will be in the Mix serving up Ghoulish Party Anthems across 3 Channels of Silent Disco. Guaranteed to have the Kids, Mum and Dad and Grandparents all going for it on the Dancefloor!! Tickets on Sale Now!! at the hotel and online via Eventbrite and Facebook Event Page. Same price for adults and kids tickets: £4 (£4 + Booking Fee Online) On the day all children must be accompanied by a participating adult and a £10 cash deposit is required for each headset on entry. This is refunded when headsets are returned at end of party. Round up the gang and join us at the Biggest and most Unique Family Party in Burntisland this Halloween!

Venue:
Kingswood Hotel
Kinghorn Road Kinghorn

When:
Sat, 27 Oct 2018 1.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

St Andrews Photography Workshop for Beginners


This event is specifically intended to beginners in photography willing to learn how to use their camera (DSLR or Mirrorless) in the most efficient way possible. This specific workshop will be a mix of photography activities and a walk in the Town of St Andrews.  With a low ticket access fee of only £159.00 (Ticket for 2 at £270.00) for the day, during this workshop you’ll learn about how to use the settings of your camera, about the focusing, about the exposition and we’ll practice together on different photographic activities like “Street Life”, Architecture” and “Landscape”.  You will not of course become a professional photographer at the end of the day but let me tell you that at this workshop, several things can be guaranteed; a friendly atmosphere, lots of fun, practical exchange of photography advices and a great variety of opportunities to create lovely images… Each workshop is voluntary limited to a maximum of 5 participants to ensure the best communication possible with everyone. Everything you need to enjoy your passion for photography on a stress-free Sunday. *** FREE GIFT *** When booking a workshop, you will be offered a FREE eBook teaching you about the followings: 1. Exposure – The Camera 2. Image Composition and Advanced Composition Techniques 3. The Light Meter and The Exposure Triangle 4. White Balance 5. Mastering AutoFocus 6. File Handling and File Formats This eBook will be send by email as soon as I get confirmation of your booking so you’ll have time to read it before the workshop and, when meeting, you can ask any question you may have about its content. Additionally, it will be a great support to come back to at any time during your photographic journey. There is also a Facebook group for the workshop customers you’ll be invited to join. There is no obligation to participate of course but posting some images you have created during the workshop is always a great way to get constructive comments and through this group, you’ll have a FREE access to more documentation and tips related to photography. Being a member of this group also allows you to keep in touch, ask questions and still learn, long after the workshop is done. FAQs Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Yes, you must be minimum 18 to attend this workshop. What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Meeting point will be somewhere in the City Centre near a parking lot so no matter if you are driving or coming by train, all participants can meet at the same easy point. From there, we'll walk together through the City. Exact meeting point, usually the Train Station, will be confirmed few days before the event. What can I bring into the event? Your camera first ;-) which ideally should be a Mirrorless or DSLR. Don't forget your batteries and memory cards! Dressing code is of course "Casual' and the one thing very important is to wear easy and good walking shoes as we are going to walk a bit in the City. A raincoat might be wise to also have with you considering our ever changing Scottish weather. A good idea should be to also bring with you some snacks and drinks but if you forget those, we’ll still be very close to shops.  How can I contact the organiser with any questions? The most easy way should be by using the "Contact the Organiser" function from this website but you may also want to use my contact form directly on my website at https://jeremylavender.myportfolio.com/contact  What's the refund policy? Basically there is no refund at all so you must be sure to assist the workshop when buying your ticket.  Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? It should be great but not an obligation as long as you have an ID with you.  Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? It is not supposed to be at first but to compensate the fact that there is no refund available and considering unfortunate things may happen, I will allow a transferrable ticket in the case of a major situation. The major situation to be defined and/or accepted at the sole discretion of the organiser but for example, a broken leg or arm will of course do it. In this case, and only after approval of the organiser, you must let me know of all details about the person holding the transferred ticket and assisting the event.  Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? In exceptional situation as described above, yes it can be OK. But, once again, transferring a ticket to someone else has to be accepted first by the organiser and also few days before the day of the event itself.

Venue:
St Andrews
Fife

When:
Sun, 28 Oct 2018 11.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


FUNBOX present ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD


FUNBOX present ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD Get ready to strut your funky stuff and turn it up to 11 with Pop Princess Anya, Rock Star Kevin and Punk Rocker Gary (formerly of The Singing Kettle) as they embark on a musical odyssey around the globe in their brand new show - ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD.  Join the gang as they travel around the world in 80 minutes creating musical mayhem wherever they go while finding their elusive keys. You're all invited to join their band for singalong silliness - you might even get to help on stage!  Packed with favourites like ‘Homemade Band’ ‘Parlez-Vous' and 'Buy Me A Banana', as well as brand new songs - ROCKING ALL OVER THE WORLD is the perfect excuse to let your hair down, sing, dance and be a music legend  Come as a rock star or a pop princess - big people too!!!  

Venue:
Anstruther Town Hall
18 School Green Anstruther

When:
Sun, 28 Oct 2018 3.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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