New Research Elevenses to Take Place Throughout July

Our popular 'Research Elevenses' sessions, which provide Leicester research with key information and developments, will be taking place regularly throughout July.

Hello researchers! Here's the full event calendar for the 30-minute updates on key information issues for Leicester researchers running throughout July, hosted by Library Research Services.

There’s no need to book - just turn up! Refreshments provided too!

If you are off-campus you can join in the webinar. A recording of each session will be made available after the event.

Thursday 5th July: 'Funder requirements to share publications with Europe PMC'

11am, Consultation Room, Doctoral College Reading Room, 1st Floor, David Wilson Library

Grant Denkinson & Tom Moore

Many funders require researchers to make their publications available via Europe Pubmed Central (Europe PMC).

This session will cover:

-          How to find out what your funder requires

-          How to either have your publisher submit your work to Europe PMC or do it yourself

Link to webinar: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/383a17b9462b45d0a943209c60a67f27

 

Thursday 12th July: 'Organising images with Tropy'

11am, Ogden Lewis Seminar Suite Room 3

William Farrell

Tropy is free, open-source software that allows you to organise and describe photographs of research material. We will look at how Tropy works, and the ways it could be used by researchers working with images. Tropy has been developed with humanities research in mind, but could be used by anyone taking photographs.

 

Link to webinar: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/616e4fdaf25847bf9fef10f708b371a7

 

Friday 20th July: 'Managing and sharing your research data outputs: what do you do with your research data?'

11am, Consultation Room, Doctoral College Reading Room, 1st Floor, David Wilson Library

Laurian Williamson

Discover best practice in planning, managing, storing, and sharing your research data outputs. The University of Leicester will soon be launching a Figshare-powered digital data repository and this session will demonstrate how you can deposit and share your research data outputs.

 

Link to webinar: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/ca065d0673c84b06812b84af43769fe6

 

Friday 27th July: 'Altmetric: Want to know if your research has been blogged, tweeted etc.?'

11am, Consultation Room, Doctoral College Reading Room, 1st Floor, David Wilson Library

Laurian Williamson & Selina Lock

Almetrics refers to the alternative ways your research is being referred to. For example, has it been tweeted, blogged, cited in Wikipedia, picked up by news outlets or mentioned on Facebook? There are various companies and platforms ways of collating this data. This session will focus on the Altmetric platform.

 

Link to webinar: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/6aaa1f81783f46f5a2731a203448f744

 

 

Please contact Selina if you have any questions

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