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Data Management Data management: an introduction to research data management

How do you ensure that your data remain accessible and usable in the future, for yourself and others? Since a great deal is invested in obtaining valuable research data, good data management is important. But what does that involve?

EndNote advanced workshop

This training helps you to get the most out of EndNote and make your research easier. There is plenty of time to deal with individual questions and/or problems on using EndNote as a research tool. The workshop makes use of EndNote, but other collaborative tools like Mendeley will also be discussed.

Measuring research impact Increasing and measuring your research impact [course]

This course offers researchers the opportunity to learn strategies that aim at increasing the likelihood of an article being cited, discussed or otherwise mentioned in scientific and relevant societal groups. Besides this, some tools to measure research impact will be discussed.

Information skills & Support

Information skills & Support

Staying up to date in your research area

When you are unfamiliar with automated alerts services this 1 hour lecture and demo will save you a lot of time and energy in staying up to date in your research area.

Systematic literature and data searching (for reviews / research proposals)

In this two hour introductory workshop a demo will be given on how to develop a systematic search strategy – usable in multiple databases – and where to search for data.

Web of Science (WoS) workshop / hands-on training

The Web of Science is a multidisciplinary database covering high quality research across the sciences, social sciences, and arts and humanities. This training helps you to get the most out of the Web of Science and make your research easier.

Westlaw workshop

This workshop will make you more familiar with Westlaw UK and WestlawNext and deals with the following topics: What’s Westlaw and what information can be found; What are the best ways to gain access to this information (i.e. how to efficiently find sources); How to use the Westlaw functionality (search fields, search history, print options).

What journal to publish in?

In this 1.5 hour workshop, criteria are discussed which influence an author’s journal choice, and some tools that could be of help. There is plenty of time to deal with individual questions and/or problems.

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