The new programme for November and December 2020 has now gone live.
The November/December programme runs from 5th November to 2nd December. There are some exciting new additions to our programme, with facilitators from outside the Library.
For further details and to register to go to the Researcher KnowHow website.
Researcher Know-How sessions
- 29/10/20 Kick off with Researcher Cafe - Covid changed my research
- 05/11/20 Publishing Open Acces in 5 Easy Steps
- 10/11/20 Copyright and your thesis
- 11/11/20 Introduction to Systematic Review, developing the question
- 12/11/20 Choosing the right journal
- 13/11/20 Statistical Analysis Plans
- 17/11/20 Turn your thesis into a monograph
- 18/11/20 RDM and Anonymisation
- 18/11/20 Planning and doing a search for your systematic review
- 19/11/20 Responsible use of metrics in research assessment
- 23/11/20 Literature Searching Tip and Tricks
- 26/11/20 Altmetric and Social Media for Research
- 01/12/20 Copyright and Text and Data Mining
- 02/12/20 Doing your systematic review - managing data and reporting
The Library runs other sessions that may be of interest, please refer to the Library training calendar.
Further library training options
KnowHow offers online tutorials and workshops to improve academic skills.
Liaison Librarians can provide subject-specific library support. Contact the most appropriate member of the Liaison team to discuss your needs.
Other training and event opportunities
For alternative resources, particularly concerning sharing COVID-19 data, the RDA Alliance is a good resource.
Involved in computational research? N8CIR have some useful on-line resources and will also be running courses in 20/21.
WriteFest is an international celebration of academic writing, that supports and encourages good practices and habits of writing. Here at Liverpool, we are joining the celebrations with a month of writing related activities including weekly WriteFest Coffees, writing retreats and workshops.
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