Programme Spring 2015
Workshops and seminars at the HT-libraries spring semester 2015
The Libraries of the Faculties of Humanities and Theology offer seminars and workshops in the field of scientific communication. They are aimed at doctoral students, researchers and other employees at the faculties of humanities and theology. The group working with research support at the HT Libraries also organises costumised meetings/workshops for research groups, departments etc., on subjects such as Open Access, evaluation of publications and other aspects of scientific communication. Please, contact us!
Evaluation of publications
Tuesday, February 24, 10:15-11:00
We present and discuss models used for evaluating scientific publications. Both simple bibliometric indicators, the models used in the other Scandinavian countries and the proposed FOKUS model and its consequences. More information about FOKUS (in Swedish) at https://publikationer.vr.se/produkt/forskningskvalitetsutvardering-i-sverige-fokus/.
Thursday, March 12, 13:15-14:00
Google is a big part of our daily lives and many use it as an entrypoint to finding information. But what determines the searchresults, and how can you be more efficient when searching? How do you use Google Scholar and other Google services? This seminar is aimed at both employees and students.
Endnote x 2
First seminar: Tuesday, March 24, 10:15-11:00
Second seminar: Wednesday, April 8, 10:15-11:00
Endnote is a software for saving references, create bibliographies and sorting your fulltext files. The first seminar is aimed at those who have never used EndNote previously, while the second seminar is aimed at those who have been to the first seminar, and those who already uses EndNote but wants to learn more. For the second seminar you can email questions in advance. If possible, we would like to have the questions at least a week before the actual seminar. After the seminars it’s possible to stay to work with and discuss the system.
HT-libraries also offers support for the reference management software RefWorks. If you want help with RefWorks, contact us.
Wednesday, April 8, 12.15-13.00 C:729, Campus Helsingborg
Thursday, April 9, 9.15-10.00 G:101, Sociologen Lund
A workshop on using apps and programs to organize and simplify your work. The workshop is given both in Lund and in Helsingborg and is a collaboration with the Faculty of Social Sciences Library. If you’re using a smartphone or tablet, feel free to bring it to the seminar.
OA, what is it?
Thursday, May 7, 13:15-14:00
What is Open Access? What are the benefits and drawbacks of Open Acces Publishing? What are the demands of the finansiärer? Can I apply for money to cover the costs?
Research Data - describe, use and preserve
Monday, June 8 13.15-14 C:729, Campus Helsingborg
Tuesday, June 9 13.15-14 B:210, SOL-library, Lund
What is research data? What are the benefits of open data? What rules and demands do you need to consider when handling research data? What is a Data Management Plan (DMP), and what should it contain? How can you publish and describe your data so that others can use it? A brief introduction by the HT-libraries and the Social Sciences Faculty Library.
Please register on June 4 at the latest. Please let us know if you want the seminar to be held in English.
Where and how?
Place: The SOL Library computer room on the second floor (B:210).
Language: Swedish or English. Please, let us know a week in advance if you prefer the seminar in English!