Programme Spring 2017
Workshops and Seminars at the HT Libraries: Spring semester 2017The Libraries of the Faculties of Humanities and Theology offer seminars and workshops in the field of scholarly communication, aimed at doctoral students, researchers and other employees at the Faculties of Humanities and Theology. The team working with research support at the HT Libraries also organises customised meetings/workshops for research groups, departments etc. Subjects such as Open Access, evaluation of publications are covered, as well as other aspects of scholarly communication. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at forskningsstodhtbibl.luse.
Research Applications Workshop - Follow upWednesday, January 18, 13.15-16.00 (LUX:B240) On the 18th of January the Research Board at the HT Faculties, the HT Libraries, the IT Unit, and the Humanities Lab offer a follow up workshop to the previous research applications workshop arranged in the autumn of 2016, see http://www.htbibl.lu.se/en/researcher/seminars-workshops/programme-autumn-2016/. The workshop is offered in preparation for the 2017 research applications to the Swedish Research Council and Riksbankens Jubileumsfond. The workshop will be visited by Carita Paradis and Lars-Eric Jönsson who share their experiences of writing and evaluating applications. In the lead up to this session, the participants are given the opportunity to get individual feedback on their application drafts, with focus on research overview, visibility and data management. Availability is limited so please register your interest by emailing forskningsstodhtbibl.luse, by 23rd of December. The actual draft is due on the 10th of January.
Open LUCRIS WorkshopTuesday, January 24, 14.00-16.00 (SOL B210) Do you have any questions with regards to adding or updating your research output entries or personal profile? In advance of the research review for publications, the HT Libraries arrange a drop-in workshop where you can get assistance using LUCRIS. Other questions are of course also welcome. We are available in the SOL Library's computer lab (B:210) 14.00-16.00.
Search for Swedish Daily press articles – an overviewThursday, Februari 16, 10.15-11.00 (SOL B210) We show you where to search for daily press articles and how to find them. We present a few selected resources and ways to search in them. We will look at Retriever Research, Artikelsök, Swedish daily press at KB, digitized Swedish American newspapers, newspapers on microfilm and ephemera at UB. After the presentation, we are available for your questions and are happy to help if, for example, you have a specific question related to your research project. The session is available for employees at the HT Faculties. No registration necessary.
Open LUCRIS WorkshopWednesday, March 22, 11.00-13.00 (SOL B210) Do you have any questions with regards to registering or updating your publications, activities or profile in LUCRIS? In advance of the research review for activities, the HT Libraries arrange a drop-in workshop where you can get assistance using LUCRIS. Other questions are of course also welcome. We are available in the SOL Library's computer lab (B:210) 11.00-13.00.
EndNote introductionMonday April 3, 10.00-12.00 (SOL B210)
EndNote is a reference management program used for saving references, creating bibliographies and keeping track of full texts. We offer an introduction to EndNote, for both beginners and those in need of a refresher. There is time for questions after the presentation. No registration necessary.
If you are currently using the program and have questions regarding advanced functions, you are welcome to contact per.carlehedenhtbibl.luse.
Managing Research DataIn the spring of 2017, the Libraries of the Faculties of Humanities and Theology and the Social Sciences Faculty Library will offer two seminars on research data management based on different types of data. We hope that these seminars will contribute to a discussion and an exchange of experiences between faculties:
- Data Dilemmas: Creating, Using and Making Large Datasets Available
Thursday April 27, 09.00-11.00 (G125 Sociologen)
During the research process, you may encounter a variety of challenges in connection with research data management. We will start with a short introduction to some of these issues, including a presentation of the general requirements and the support available to you. Large datasets are handled differently depending on whether they consist of, for example, Public Sector Data, corpus data, longitudinal data or linguistic data collected from a variety of sources. Malin Arvidson, Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Work, and Gerd Carling, Associate Professor in Linguistics, contribute with examples from their respective research projects.
- Data Dilemmas: Sensitive Data in Practice
Friday May 12, 09.00-11.00 (SOL:H140)
The session begins with a short introduction to the use and sharing of sensitive data. We will then continue with a discussion based on examples from research projects at the Faculties of Humanities and Theology and the Faculty of Social Sciences. Charlotte Hagström, Reader in Ethnology, and Erik Hannerz, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, contribute with examples from their respective research projects.