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Scholarly Communication

 

The OSC runs a regular programme of training and information events for graduate students, postdocs and research staff. To find current events please see our Events page. The events cover a range of topics relating to Scholarly Communication and the list below gives a flavour of what we have delivered in the past:

Month Title Audience
April 2017 You've Published, Now What?: Tools and Techniques for Promoting Research (for librarians)
April 2017 A Friendly Github Introduction Workshop
April 2017 Developments in Open Science in the Netherlands
April 2017 Developments in Open Science in the Netherlands
April 2017 Increasing Openness and Reproducibility in Research 15
April 2017 Perish Even if You Publish?: The Problem of ‘Predatory’ Publishers (for librarians)
April 2017 CANCELLED CUP Postdoc Publishing Session: Successful edited books
March 2017 How to Get the Most Out of Modern Peer Review 55
March 2017 Reflective Practice Workshop (for librarians)
March 2017 Webinar: Can Open Science win your Grant Proposals?
March 2017 Hitting Your Target First Time: How to Choose the Right Publisher (for librarians)
March 2017 CUP Postdoc Publishing session: Academic Journals - who does what and how publication works
March 2017 LIBER Webinar: Are the FAIR Data Principles Fair?
March 2017 Post-Publication Sharing: Publishing your Research Effectively (for PhD Students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) 9
March 2017 Research Data Management: Workshop (for STEM PhD students) 15
March 2017 March Munches
March 2017 Books: Publishing your Research Effectively (for PhD Students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) 15
February 2017 Post-Publication Sharing: Publishing your Research Effectively (for STEM PhD Students) 5
February 2017 Text and Data Mining Services: What can Cambridge Libraries Offer? A Round Table Discussion 29
February 2017 Research Data Management Workshop for GSLS PhD students 15
February 2017 Presenting with IMPACT - skills sessions with the Engineering Society
February 2017 Town Hall Meeting: Managing Journal Subscriptions at Cambridge 35
February 2017 Journals: Publishing your Research Effectively (for PhD Students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) 18
February 2017 Pre-Publication Considerations: Publishing your Research Effectively (for STEM PhD Students) 14
February 2017 The Sherlock Librarian: Investigating Workplace Research
February 2017 Copyright: A survival guide (for PhD students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) 9
February 2017 Everything you need to know about Open Research (for STEM graduate students and researchers) 9
February 2017 Presentations: From Design to Delivery
February 2017 Helping Researchers Publish in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics 17
February 2017 Repositive Seminar: Clinical Data Sharing for a 12M Population
February 2017 Managing your Digital Information: Workshop (for PhD students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) 12
January 2017 The Sherlock Librarian: Investigating Workplace Research
January 2017 Repositive Online Seminar: The Human Genomic Data Access Bottleneck
January 2017 Everything you need to know about Open Research (for graduate students and researchers in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) 9
January 2017 Research software management, sharing and sustainability workshop 41
January 2017 Electronic Lab Notebooks: doing paperless research 70
January 2017 Beginners' guide to version control with Git and GitHub
December 2016 Introduction to Programming: Workshop 29
December 2016 Can social media work for me?
December 2016 2nd Institute of Mathematics and its Applications Conference on the Mathematical Challenges of Big Data
November 2016 Maximising Metrics With Your Research
November 2016 Altmetric Webinar: So what does anyone REALLY do with altmetrics?
November 2016 Wrangling Your Citations Like A Pro
November 2016 Managing Your Research Data
November 2016 Post-Publication Sharing: Publishing your Research Effectively for PhD Students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences 10
November 2016 Open Con Cambridge 2016 60
November 2016 From CopyWRONG to CopyRIGHT: Updates from the CLA 50
November 2016 Understanding Creative Commons, And Other Copyright Adventures
November 2016 Books: Publishing your Research Effectively for PhD Students in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences 11
November 2016 Understanding Creative Commons, And Other Copyright Adventures

2016

In addition to the events listed below the OSC ran 47 departmental briefings covering Open Access, Research Data Management, and Scholarly Communication

Month Event Title Audience
June Publishing your research effectively: Post-publication sharing  
June How to use the University's repository to publish your research.  
June Rinocloud - platform for easy research data management  
June Improving the research process - discussing an 'open research' position  
June Managing Your Digital Information  
June OSF framework - platform to manage and share your research data  
May Publishing your research effectively: Pre-publication considerations  
April Equipment and research data sharing information session - Addenbrookes site  
April Finding and accessing human genomic data for research  
March Equipment and research data sharing information session - Central Cambridge  
March Why does publishing open access help early career researchers?  
February Strategies for managing social media research data  
February Round table discussion about CC BY requirements  
January Getting published in Nature's 'Scientific Data' journal  
January Wellcome Trust's and CRUK's requirements for data sharing: meet the funders  

 

2015

Month Event Title Audience
December Research Data Management Workshop  
December Meet an Open Access publisher  
October How to license your own work?  
October Open scholarship and links to academic integrity, reward & recognition  
October How to license research data?  
October OPUS - keep track of your research @Chemistry  
October Open Access Week: Stop. Think. Click: Information Security in a Research Environment  
September OPUS - keep track of your research  
September Copyright: how do I use existing resources?  
August Stop. Think. Click: Information Security in a Research Environment  
July Roundtable discussion: Quickly developing online versions of learning materials for graduate students  
June OPUS - keep track of your research data