You will find information on this page about all the EE seminars and workshops. It will be updated after each event.
This is the presentation from EE seminar 1. Your next tasks are:
This is the presentation from EE Seminar 2. Your next tasks are:
During this workshop you will learn how to:
After the workshop, you can find blank copies of the Investigative Journal and the Keyword Record on the Finding and Selecting Sources tab of your subject LibGuide. Help with creating citations and bibliographies can be found on the Expressing your ideas tab of your subject LibGuide, including IT helpsheets for both PCs and Mac users.
Due to lockdown measures, EE Seminar 3 and IT workshop 2 will be delivered remotely using a series of carefully prepared videos on a new tab in the General EE Guide guide called Seminar 3 and IT Workshops. You are expected to watch the videos and complete the quiz on Monday morning, even if you are not ready to start writing your essay (for example, if your essay involves practical work and you have not yet finished collecting your data).
There will be optional drop-in support sessions in the IB Extended Essay Support Team with Mr Foster and Mrs Toerien at these times:
Monday 18th May
Tuesday 19th May
If you need support outside these times, please contact :
If your supervisor is on leave from school then please contact their Head of Department for subject specific support (if you are unsure who that is, you can find out from the school website, here). Mr Russell and Mrs Lorenz-Weir are on leave, so please do not contact them.
Normal term-time Library opening hours:
If you have any comments, corrections or additions for this guide, or if you are having trouble accessing any of the materials, please contact Mrs Toerien. Please include the URL of the LibGuide you are referring to in your email.