Training for Researchers

Posted on March 6, 2013

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NTU Library is running a series of research related training sessions in March that are linked to the Vitae  Research Development Framework. The sessions are aimed at all academic staff and researchers:

Getting out there! Creating an online research profile to increase your citations

This is an introduction to the ways in which researchers might develop an online profile. It will outline the uses of Social Media, as well as more traditional academic networks, for raising your profile and drawing attention to your research output.

To book, click on the link below which will take you to the CPLD website:

City  – Monday 11 March 2013 (11 am – 12 noon)

Clifton  – Friday 15 March 2013 (12 pm – 1 pm)

 

Grab their attention! Social Media, You and Your Research

If used effectively Social Media can raise your web presence, draw attention to your research output, and lead to increased citations. They also offer new and exciting ways of working and collaborating with others and keeping abreast of developments in your field. This session aims to introduce you to a range of Social Media and help you assess the extent to which they are useful and appropriate for your needs.

To book, click on the link below which will take you to the CPLD website:

City – Thursday 21 March 2013 (3 pm – 4 pm)

Clifton  – Tuesday 19 March 2013 (10 am – 11 am)

 

Get your research cited: the Open Access route

Want to know more about how to raise your research profile and increase your citations? This session will explain what OA is and outline the current OA landscape, explore the arguments for and against it, as well as discussing why you should make use of OA and how to publish your work via this channel.

To book, click on the link below which will take you to the CPLD website:

City – Wednesday 20 March 2013 (12 pm – 1 pm)

Clifton  – Friday 22 March 2013 (9 am – 10 am)

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