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Scholarly Communication

 

Easter App Hunt: Twitter for Librarians

Are you completely new to Twitter and struggling to start? Or are you already on Twitter but know you could be making better use of it to promote yourself and your library? Join Librarians In Training for an interactive workshop aimed at helping librarians to make the most of their time online.

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Managing Data Management: Getting Started with Data Management Plan Support

Librarians are used to dealing with data in all its forms but sometimes researchers aren't so sure. Many funders now require evidence from the researcher of how they plan to manage the data they use and collect during the research process and this often has to be tailored to specific guidelines. This presents a great opportunity for library staff to work with the research community but how do they get started?

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Managing Data Management: Getting Started with Data Management Plan Support

Librarians are used to dealing with data in all its forms but sometimes researchers aren't so sure. Many funders now require evidence from the researcher of how they plan to manage the data they use and collect during the research process and this often has to be tailored to specific guidelines. This presents a great opportunity for library staff to work with the research community but how do they get started?

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Academic Social Networking sites: a user's guide

Introductory digital methods training from Cambridge Digital Humanities

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Academic Publishing Pathways: Processes and Tips from a Journal Editor (for Librarians)

This session is designed to provide library staff with hints and tips on academic publishing pathways from an experienced journal editor.
The session will look at what happens during the publishing process as well as how to best navigate the world of academic publishing.
It would be of use to those librarians supporting researchers with publications and those looking to publish their own work.

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Software Licensing Workshop

Have you produced your own software? Did you know you can decide how others can reuse and share it? Do you know that there are a range of licences that you could apply to your work that determine how it can be used?

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Social Media Data and Research Ethics: challenges and opportunities

A digital methods workshop organised by Cambridge Digital Humanities

 

Guest speakers:

•             Peter Bath, Professor of Health Informatics, University of Sheffield

•             Lindsay Unwin, Secretary to the University Research Ethics Committee, University of Sheffield

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The Publishing Trap (for librarians)

Dr Jane Secker and Chris Morison, creators of the hugely successful Copyright Card Game, bring their new creation to Cambridge. Looking at the world of scholarly communication this interactive game aims to offer librarians a better understanding of the implications of copyright and other decisions on the publication process. Player will work in teams to move through the different stages of a research career from PhD submission to Professorship, making decisions on a range of scenarios along the way.

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CILIP Training: Moving into Research Support

The participation of library and information professionals in research support is a growing area for the academic library sector but how can librarians get involved if they don't understand the background to this area? Where do libraries and librarians fit within the research lifecycle and what it means to be a researcher in the 21st century?

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