We are running a new set of Research Bites sessions over this winter as the summer set was so successful.
These sessions are aimed at PhD students and early career researchers. They take place over lunchtimes (12.30 to 1.30) to enable you to be able to spare the time! They will all take place in Library S10, which is to the right of the library entrance, through the double doors, down the stairs and along the corridor. Signs will be put up to guide you to the sessions.
|4 December 2013||Collaborative Working||You want to work with colleagues at other institutions but how do you do that?|
|11 December 2013||Bibliometrics||How to assess the impact of your research?|
|18 December 2013||Social Media for Researchers||You know there is this stuff called social media – would it be useful for your research?|
|29 January 2014||Systematic Searching||An introduction on how to start a systematic search|
|5 February 2014||Write-N-Cite||Write –N-Cite is an add-in for Word which allows you to cite references in your text and automatically create a bibliography using references from RefWorks within your Word document|
To sign up just go to Succeed, enter the Learning and Development – My Learning module, select Researcher Learning, then Researcher Development Programme and then Researcher Development Programme 2013-14. Within Programme Courses and Sign-up you will see the Research Bites lunchtime sessions. Just sign up for the one(s) you want to attend.
Please let me know if you have a suggestion of other topics we could cover.
Lisa Haddow email@example.com
Academic Liaison and Development Team
2 thoughts to “New Set of Research Bites Sessions”
I could not get on the “Writing in the first year of your PhD” course, any chance it can be re-run.
This course was not part of the Research Bites Programme but I have passed your enquiry onto Katherine Reibig, Research Office, who will either answer your question or will pass it onto the most appropriate person in the Research Office