Researcher Development Library Workshops in October

September 28, 2016

RDLW schedule

Researchers, learn more about searching, managing and keeping up to date with the literature, publishing, and your publication impact.

Albany, Manawatū and Wellington Libraries will be running a series of 5 Researcher Development Library Workshops (RDLW) during the month of October, 10.30-12 on selected days at Albany and Manawatū, and by appointment at Wellington. Register for all, or just the ones you are interested in. Details of times and registration are available on the RDLW schedule .

Search:
Analyse your information need to inform your decisions about search tools and strategies; develop search strategies and search appropriate databases effectively.

Managing Information:
Organise and manage your literature search results and use them effectively; understand the benefits of referencing software and be aware of software choices and further training; use good file management to keep your research files secure and well-organised.

Research Community and Keeping Up-to-Date:
Identify your research community and engage with it effectively; develop your research identity and raise your academic profile; develop a current awareness strategy to stay abreast of new developments and publications in your field.

Publishing:
Identify what you need to know about open access, copyright and publishing agreements in order to make good decisions about publication choices; evaluate journals and publishers in order to identify the most appropriate journals and publishers for your research field; write so that your publications are easily discoverable.

Publication Impact:
Recognise the importance of monitoring your publication impact for your career and the University; strategically monitor your publication impact to report and inform the University.

Registration is essential. For Researcher Development Library Workshops at all campuses and in the future, please see the RDLW schedule.

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