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Helping Researchers Publish

last modified Sep 15, 2016 01:32 PM

Would you like to discover resources to help with the process of writing, editing and publishing your research?


Have you used collaborative writing tools to publish your research? Do you know how ORCID connects research and researchers? Have you ever published your project proposals, your research methods or your software?

The Office of Scholarly Communication invites researchers and graduate students in all disciplines to join us in a workshop for a tour of resources for 'HELPING RESEARCHERS PUBLISH'.

This session will offer the chance to learn about available tools, ask questions of the experts, and take part in a speed-dating workshop to explore:

- using real-time collaborative writing tools Overleaf and Authorea
- publishing research at different stages of the research life-cycle through journals including Science Matters and RIO
- using ORCID to uniquely identify yourself and connect yourself to your research outputs.

If you are already using these tools, user support will be available.

DATE: Tuesday 27 September 2016

TIME: 0900-1300

LOCATION: Lecture Room 6 and Library Seminar Room, Department of Engineering

REGISTER

Morning refreshments will be provided.

Thanks to Overleaf for their sponsorship of this event.

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