Researcher KnowHow and Events

Researcher KnowHow aims to promote training and resources that support and will be of interest to all researchers from PhDs to established researchers.

Researcher KnowHow programme 14th June – 16th July 2021

The summer Researcher KnowHow programme has now been published.

A varied programme including our popular regular workshops, a new workshop on creating digital collections with Omeka open source software and 5 pre-recorded sessions that will be launched during the programme, greatly enhancing our training offer. The pre-recorded sessions will be available to access via MS stream.

Live events

14th June - Copyright and your thesis

15th June - Literature searching: tips and tricks

22nd June - Advanced Endnote

2nd July - Getting started with systematic reviews - part 1

12th July - Getting started with systematic reviews - part 2

15th July - Research data management and your PhD

16th July - Getting started with systematic reviews - part 3

Pre-recorded sessions will be made available on

16th June - Publishing Open Access in Five Easy Steps

23rd June - Choosing the right journal to publish in

30th June - GDPR for Researchers

7th July - Research data and anonymisation

14th July - Using word to build long documents

For more details and to register for the 'live' events go to the Researcher KnowHow webpage.


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.


Methods Sessions

Methods North West provides interdisciplinary and innovative methodological training for researchers across the North West. They have organised a series of methodological sessions February – May 2021, delivered by experts in their fields.

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