Finding, managing and publishing scientific literature during your PhD
The Library of Science and IMM staff members have constructed a course regarding searching, finding, managing, reusing and publishing scientific literature. The topics in this course are focused on research in the natural sciences, and adapted to research done in the IMM. Besides the basics, we also address Open Access and Research Data Management, since these topics are becoming more and more important.
The course will teach you:
- to save time finding and managing relevant literature
- to cite in a correct way and avoid plagiarism
- to archive your relevant scientific literature for future use
- to select and publish a paper in a scientific journal
- to publish in open access
- to archive research data sustainable, findable, interoperable and accessible
- to become more familiar with the databases and programs the Library of Science has to offer to help you with these topics
|For whom||All PhD students in their 1st year are very welcome to attend this course. All other IMM colleagues are warmly invited to join!|
|Study load||12 hrs|
Three half-day course on:
|Course leader||Library of Science|
|How to sign up||Send an email to email@example.com|
|Costs||Participation is free of charge, however there is a no show fee|
Day 1: Searching scientific literature
We will show tips for search engines and databases for your field of research as well as tools to access our journal collection and gain off-campus access. We will also give an overview of how to access the collection of Radboud University.
Day 2: Finding fulltext & Managing literature
Learn how to easily manage your bibliography and citations and how to incorporate it in your writing workflow.
Day 3: Publishing & analyzing your research
Learn how the publication process works (writing, selection of scientific journal, submission, peerreview, (no) acceptance, scientific accountability).