Library Services at the University of Birmingham are running a series of four awareness-raising sessions to support early, mid or later-career researchers at every stage of the research process.
Who will benefit from the sessions?: All researchers and staff who support them.
Where will the sessions be held?: Main Library Training Room
When will the sessions take place?: Wednesday afternoons in June
Will there be time for questions and hands-on practice?: Yes
- Bibliometrics: What can you measure and how?
Wednesday 4th June, 2-4pm. Linda Norbury (email@example.com)
- New publishing models: Extending reach through UBIRA, Open Access and beyond
Wednesday 11th June, 2-4pm. Suzanne Atkins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Publishing Strategies: Choosing the right journals for you.
Wednesday 18th June, 2-3:30pm. Gerald Watkins (email@example.com)
- Social Media: Generating interest and momentum via new channels
Wednesday 25th June, 2-4pm. Lisa Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Each session covers different ground, so you are welcome to book for individual sessions.
Please book online:
Library Services look forward to welcoming you to the sessions.
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