'Elevenses' in the Library

“Summer Elevenses”
Have your cake and eat it!
Research Summer School in the Library

Every Wednesday at 11 over the summer, why not down-tools and head over to the Library for a slice of cake and a morsel of research training. Come and network with colleagues whilst picking up a hint or tip on a wide range of research-related topics. Each slot is a manageable coffee-break-sized 30 minutes – just enough time for a breather before you return to your desk refreshed and informed!


Making a name for yourself with a Google Scholar Citation Profile

11 July 2012

 Presented by Helen Young.

 Building Google Sites

18 July 2012

Presented by Martin Ashby


 In full bloom? Managing your research output in LUPIN and the Institutional Repository

25 July 2012

Presented by Angela Crawford, Naomi Dungworth and Katie Appleton


Managing your Research data – use it or lose it?
1 August 2012

Presented by Lizie Gadd

Managing your Research data – use it or lose it?


Research, organise and share it with Mendeley

8 August 2012

Presented by Frank Parry and Tariq Abdullah

 Find funding the easy way with Pivot

15 August 2012

Presented by Tracy Wootton

 Mobile apps for research

22 August 2012

Presented by Martin Ashby

Social Media – what’s hot?

29 August 2012

Presented by Ginny Franklin

All sessions are 11.00 – 11.30am in Library Training Room 1

To book your place please visit the Staff Development booking system or follow the hyperlinks in the table above.

Look forward to seeing you there!