Professor Charles Oppenheim will be presenting on Research Methods (Part 3)
- Nick Moores Info Policy Analysis Matrix
- Citation Analysis
- Measuring Impact
- Journal Impact Factor
- Getting Published
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Webinar link will be sent out to all who have registered by 11 am on the 21st of March 2017.
Professor Charles Oppenheim will be continuing his series on Research Methods on Tuesday afternoon from 12 pm to 1 pm – this will be by webinar only, so please do tune in (even if you are new to research, or never even thought about doing research before… or are an expert in research.. there is always something to learn!)
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This webinar will focus on:
- Why do research?
- A systematic approach to research
- Text and data mining
Hope you are able to tune in – a link to the webinar will be sent out on the morning of Tuesday the 7th.
21st of February – 12 pm
Join us for the first in a series of webinars by Professor Charles Oppenheim, including time for questions, covering everything you ever wanted to know about research but were too afraid to ask.
The first webinar will be taking an in depth look into Research Ethics and the legal issues that surround this.
Whether you are almost ready to publish your results, beginning to think about a research project, have thought about doing research, or are currently researching then this webinar is for you.
Ethical integrity is increasingly required and expected by all who engage in research and this has implications into the way our research is conducted.
If you haven’t got your ticket yet please get yours today:
Our visiting Professor, Charles Oppenheim, will be presenting a webinar on the 21st of February with a focus on Research Methods… (for non-researchers too). Charles is a gifted speaker, known for his expertise on Intellectual Property Rights, other legal issues such as Freedom of Information and Data Protection, Librarianship and Information Science, Bibliometrics, Research Evaluation, Scholarly Publishing and Open Access
Charles has published more than 400 journal articles, plus numerous books, book chapters and reports.
If you have ever had a question you wanted to ask about research and were too afraid to ask, or can’t find the answer despite doing your own research, or would just like an expert opinion on some research you are either undertaking or thinking of undertaking.. this is the webinar for you.
We will be hosting the webinar in the Dialogue Café, based in the Library at Park Avenue Campus. After the first hour those in attendance will be able to split into groups to discuss various topics brought up during the course of the webinar.
For those unable to attend at the Dialogue Café you will be able to tune in to the webinar from the comfort of your own desk!
Please do take the most of this opportunity. As spaces are limited for the Dialouge Café interface please do select webinar only if you will only be attending the webinar.
Register here: http://bit.ly/2kNE3pT
The UK Data Service has just released its 2016 programme of webinars. These introduce different aspects of the service and explain their key datasets.
For some specialist training from data management experts without leaving the comfort of your own desk try one of these:
- Introduction to the UK Data Service – 21 January, 20 April, 12 October
- Finding and accessing data in the UK Data Service – 9 March, 28 April, 19 October
- Key issues in reusing data – 4 February, 4 May, 26 October
- Data management basics – 11 February, 12 May, 3 November
Publish Not Perish: How to improve your chances of getting your research published promises an overview of the academic publishing process and what you need to know to increase the odds of getting your paper published.
The webinar is running twice: at 5pm and 7pm on Friday September 18th. Each session will last for 30 minutes. Visit the Cabell’s website for further information and to register.
Sara Gould of the British Library is repeating last year’s webinar on using doctoral theses in research. She writes:
“Please join us for an EThOS webinar to be held on Thursday 13 February 2014, at 15:00 GMT. This will be a repeat of the session we held on 10 December which saw 385 attendees and lots of requests to hold another for colleagues who were unable to join us then.
Title: Using doctoral theses in your research: a guide to EThOS.
Sara Gould, Development Manager at the British Library writes:
“Using doctoral theses in your research: a guide to EThOS
EThOS http://ethos.bl.uk is the national database for PhD theses, managed by the British Library. It’s a fantastic resource for researchers, with over 100,000 UK theses freely available to download and use for your own research, and another 200,000 available to search and scan on demand.
Join us for a free webinar to learn how EThOS works.