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New ‘Research Elevenses’ for January

PhD & Staff Workshops for Spring

The Library research Services Team will once again be providing lots of workshops and events in the Spring term:

For New PhD StudentsFri 15th Jan, 10am  – Introduction to Reference Management
Fri 15th Jan  - 10.30am  – Introduction to Research Data Management Fri 15th Jan – 11.30am  – Introduction to the Library
To book on to the Introduction to... sessions please go to PROSE
Once you have logged in to PROSE, search by key term ‘Introduction’.

For All PhD students All of the workshops below are now available to book via PROSE.

Planning your literature search
Conducting your literature search
Making research information come to you
EndNote
RefWorks
Finding grey literature
Who is citing who?
Copyright & your thesis
Beginners Prezi
PubMed vs Medline
Raising your publication profile through open access
Publishing in a peer-review journal
Communicating your research as a comic strip
Enhancing your digital profile
Search strategies for systematic reviews
Web tools for researchers
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How do you use stats in teaching?

The library would like to understand more about how statistical resources are used in teaching and research.  We are therefore inviting teaching and research staff, including PhD students, to take part in a short online survey about statistical resources.  The survey is open until Friday 18 December, and should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.  

Your responses are important, so please do take a few minutes to send us your thoughts