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The Coaching Leader - online taught workshop
3 short online taught sessions split between two days. The sessions will provide an overview of coaching and provide techniques which managers can use to develop their coaching leadership style.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / Mar
Career Pathways Training - online taught workshop
A two hour workshop for managers to compliment the guidance provided by the University of Leicester on exploring the benefits, skills and process of supporting staff members with their career development.
Located in News and Events / / 2020 / Dec
Choosing Where To Publish
A lot of time and energy can be saved by choosing the most appropriate route through which to publish your research. In this session we will share and discuss common practices in journal and book publishing, look at alternative publication channels and introduce methods to select and evaluate publication options.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May
Altmetrics: Tracking Engagement Beyond Citations
Altmetrics are a growing phenomenon in the world of academic publishing. Acknowledgements from sources including news and social media, policy and patents, videos, Wikipedia and teaching syllabi can help identify where potential research impact has occurred and/or the citation potential of early career research.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May
Good Practice in Research Data and Records Management
This session will provide guidance on how to collect, manage, store, and publish and share research data, ensuring compliance.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May
Open Research: An Introduction
Open Research is a set of principles and practices whose aim is to make the outputs of research freely accessible and usable, thereby to maximise the possibility of public benefit. Open research is relevant to all researchers and all disciplines and it includes sharing a variety of research outputs, for example, research protocols, methodology, code, data, and publications, as early as possible in the research process, in a way that enables access and reuse by others.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May
Figshare for Research Data Sharing
This hands-on training workshop is for researchers who want to share their research data outputs in the newly launched University of Leicester Figshare-powered digital data archive. Delegates will learn Selecting data for deposit into Figshare. Editing your profile in Figshare, Adding and uploading an item to Figshare. Options for access restrictions and embargos in Figshare. Assigning a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) to your research data, Awareness of metrics for your research data outputs.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May
Open Research: Managing Research Profiles
Open Research is a set of principles and practices whose aim is to make the outputs of research freely accessible and usable, thereby to maximise the possibility of public benefit. Being aware of Persistent identifiers (PIDs) and managing your research profile can have numerous benefits for you as a researcher, your institution and funders: disambiguate publication attribution, make individual achievement more visible; tracking the impact of your research outputs; meeting the requirements of funders and publishers. In an evolving Open research environment, PIDs play an important part in creating reliable links between people, places and things.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May
Open Research: Open Data
Open Research is a set of principles and practices whose aim is to make the outputs of research freely accessible and usable, thereby to maximise the possibility of public benefit. Open data is relevant to all researchers and all disciplines and it includes sharing a variety of research data outputs as early as possible in the research process, in a way that enables access and reuse by others.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May
Endnote
This session allows you to use EndNote to start creating a database of references which can then be stored, searched and used in conjunction with Word to input citations as you write. Please note EndNote is only available on University owned computers.
Located in News and Events / / 2021 / May

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