At the beginning of July, members of the Library Research Services Team are holding a series of events to draw attention to the support that we can offer researchers. If you want to find out more about how to manage your research data, pay for your open access publishing charges, analyse your publication metrics, or source new and unique primary source material then please come along to one of our events!
As well as a series of training sessions (listed below), we will be staffing a stall at the bottom of the Claverton Dining Room stairs during part of the week (Wed-Fri) and we hope researchers will stop by and ask lots of questions. Also look out for daily blog posts on the Library homepage. These topical posts will offer further insight into what the different services.
- Publications Record: Present your Strengths, Mon 2nd July 2017, 2:15 – 3:15pm, EB 0.9
- Pure Training (depositing outputs in Pure and making them Open Access), Tues 3rd July, 12:15 – 13:05pm, 1E 3.9
- Wikipedia edit-a-thon session focusing on women in sport, Tues 3rd July (2-5pm), 3E 3.1. Book a space here. For more information email Lizzie Richmond: E.Richmond@bath.ac.uk
- Enhance your publishing profile, Weds 4th July, 2:15 – 3:15pm, EB 0.9
- Making your data open access: why & how? Thurs 5th July, 2:15 – 3:15pm, 8W 2.27
- From Scrapbooks to Death Masks: Stepping into the Library’s Archives & Research Collections, Fri 6th July, drop in any time between 10am and 4pm, Library 4.13
- Introduction to research data management, 9th July, 10:15 – 11:15am
Of particular interest to many might be the Wikipedia edit-a-thon which is being held on Tuesday 3rd July. At this event, which is being held in conjunction with the GW4 Consortium, attendees will learn the basic skills to edit Wikipedia entries. The theme is ‘Women in Sport’ however the session is suitable to anyone who has an interest in the digital sharing of knowledge.
Whether you need help finding expert peer reviewers for a journal article or perfecting the track record section of a grant application we can help!
For any questions about the week please contact Hannah DeGroff, Scholarly Communications Librarian (ext. 5114, H.J.Degroff@bath.ac.uk) or the Subject Librarian for your Department or School can point you in our direction.