Two new lectures for PhD students will take place in April 2015:
Increasing and measuring your research impact
Researchers can use different strategies to improve their (potential) research impact in all phases of the publishing process. Such strategies may be applied during the pre-print phase (while planning, writing and choosing journals to publish in), but also in the post-print phase (after the article or study is published). 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.
When and where: Monday 13 April 2015 / 11.00 – 12.00 hours / Randwyck Library – room K3.453
Staying up to date in your research area
Are you still checking the tables of contents of digital academic journals….one by one, or are you using more advanced options and tools to stay up to date in your research area? If you are unfamiliar with automated alerts services this 1 hour lecture and demo may save you a lot time and energy in staying up to date in your research area.
When and where: Tuesday 28 April 2015 / 13.30 – 14.30 hours / Randwyck Library – room K3.453