The University Library invite academics, research staff and PGRs to join them for a coffee/tea over the summer from 11-11.30am each Wednesday from 27th July to 17th August.
Each week in Graduate House, you will have the opportunity to learn more about a research related topic, as well as to network with other researchers from across campus. This year we have built the topics around the theme of scholarly communication. Experts from the Library, Research Office and Civil and Building Engineering will be delivering short presentations, answering questions and leading discussions on key issues.
This year’s topics are:
Please click on the links above to find out more and to book.
We look forward to seeing you there!
We’re running another series of our popular Elevenses range of bite-sized training sessions for staff and post graduates in the Library this summer.
This the schedule for the weeks ahead (click on the link for more information and booking details):
During these sessions you will have the opportunity to learn more about the research related topic listed above, as well as to network with other researchers from across campus. Experts from the Library, Careers and Employability Centre and Research Office will be delivering short presentations, answering questions and leading discussions on key issues.
All the sessions will be held in the Library Seminar Room 1 and start at 11am, and will last approximately half an hour. Booking is necessary as spaces are limited.
Refreshments will be provided.
Staff and researchers are cordially invited to join us this August for a freshly-baked batch of our ever-popular Elevenses bite-sized training sessions run by Library staff this coming August.
We’ll be looking at the following subjects:
- Careers Agility (Wednesday 6th August)
- Refworks Taster (Wednesday 13th August)
- Research Professional (Wednesday 20th August)
- Mendeley Taster (Wednesday 3th September)
All sessions start at 11am and last approximately 30 minutes. Booking is necessary as spaces are limited. To do this, and for further information about all the sessions, visit the Library’s events page here:
The Library building may be closed for the summer, but the Library staff haven’t shut up shop! As such we’d like to cordially invite you to join us ‘on the road’ for another series of our ever popular ‘Elevenses’ mini-workshops which we’ll be running every Wednesday at 11AM this July.
The sessions will provide the latest information on a variety of research-centred topics and are aimed at academics, research staff and postgraduate research students. The following topics will be covered:
- ResearchGate- – Good, bad or…?
- LinkedIn – Can it help?
- Career Health Check
- Twitter – To tweet, or not to tweet?
As the Library is currently ‘on tour’, the Careers and Employability Service are kindly helping us to provide these sessions, which will be held in the Manzoni Building in K1.23. 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!
To find more information, including links to the booking system, please see the Library’s list of workshops.
Every Wednesday at 11AM over the Easter vacation, why not down-tools and head over to the Library for a chocolate Easter egg 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!
All sessions are being run in Library Training Room 1, and they’re available on the following topics on the following dates:
Making Mendeley work for you – Wednesday 20th March.
How to manage your research data – Wednesday 27th March.
New to LUPIN? – Wednesday 3rd April.
Going for Gold open access – Wednesday 10th April.
To book your place, or for further information, please use the Staff Development Web pages here: