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Research Management Skills Updates via Library Seminars and Workshops

The Library’s talks and workshops for researchers have a new framework starting this term. A variety of new topics helps you better manage your research work.

Doing a research project is not only about the research work itself. From finding ideas, literature search, writing proposals, organizing your data and references, to publishing, there are a lot of skills and tricks that you can use to manage this process more efficiently. It is important to learn good research management practices, especially for novice researchers such as RPgs.

The Library organizes workshops on various topics for researchers. Starting this term, we design our program under four themes:

  • Copyright: academic integrity, avoiding plagiarism, copyright and intellectual property
  • Authorship: academic writing, submission to journals, reference management tools
  • Data: discovery, use, management and safe-keeping of research data
  • Impact: researchers profiles, citation counts, research impact metrics

Take a look at the latest schedule. We have some new topics, such as data management plan. Not all themes can be covered in one term; we will post more sessions when we have the details.

Many workshops are qualified for PDC hours. You can check them out in the PDC System.

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last modified October 10, 2019

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