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Library Training for Academic and Research Staff

  • In today’s complex digital environment, knowledge of copyright is essential to anyone working in a research setting. This session provides an introduction to copyright law and practice as well...
  • This is a drop in session held in your Department or School during which your staff can get advice on managing their publications in Pure. Staff need to deposit the final accepted manuscript of...
  • Open Access is now a requirement for REF eligibility. HEFCE’s Open Access Policy applies to journal articles and conference papers accepted for publication from 1st April 2016 onwards. During...
  • The session gives an overview of the resources and services the library provides for EPS researchers.    Content: Finding the key databases for your research topic Obtaining articles and...
  • This course provides an overview of bibliometrics and altmetrics. Bibliometrics are quantitative measures (e.g. h-index and Impact Factor) for assessing academic publications. They can help you...
  • RefWorks is a reference management service that enables you to create a personal database of references, automatically format citations and compile instant bibliographies. This can save you hours...
  • Scopus (http://www.scopus.com) is the world’s largest bibliographic and citation database and the source of the citation data used by some of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) assessment...
  • The course is aimed at all researchers who would like an overview of open access and its benefits.Content: What is open access and why is it important? The routes to open access: green, gold,...