Programme Spring 2019
Thesis Writing and Publication - self-plagiarism, copyright, and open access?
Wednesday the 23rd of January, 13.00-15.00 (SOL:H339)
On 23 January, the research support team from The Libraries of the Joint Faculty of Humanities and Theology will give a seminar on thesis writing and publication – self-plagiarism, copyright and open access? The seminar will give us an opportunity to discuss and hopefully untangle queries that we might have.
The session is available for employees at the HT Faculties. Advance registration is not necessary. You are welcome to get in touch with questions in advance!
Open LUCRIS Workshop
Tuesday, January 8, 13.00-15.00 (SOL:B210)
Thursday, January 17, 09.00-11.00 (SOL:B210)
Tuesday, January 29, 11.00-13.00 (SOL:B210)
Do you have any questions with regards to registering, or updating your information in LUCRIS? Perhaps regarding publications, activities or how to relate them to one another? In advance of the annual research review, the HT Libraries arrange a drop-in workshop where you can get assistance using LUCRIS. Other questions are of course also welcome.
The session is available for employees at the HT Faculties. You find us in the computer room at the second floor of the SOL Library. Advance registration is not necessary.
Google for researchers
Thursday, March 28, 10.00-11.00 (LUX:B339)
Google collects and indexes information through its' constantly expanding network of services and platforms. Which of the services are relevant for you in your role as researcher, and how can you use them to your advantage?
The Libraries of the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology invite you to a session regarding Google's tools and services. What can you do to control your visibility in Google Scholar? How to set up a profile and interpret the H index. What does it mean that a book is indexed in Google Books and what is Google Dataset? We will also show how to search for CC licensed images, and discuss what information can be stored in Google's services.
The session is available for employees at the HT Faculties. Advance registration is not necessary. You are welcome to send in questions in advance toforskningsstodhtbibl.luse.
Tuesday Aprile 2, 10.15-12.00 (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.
If you are currently using the program and have questions regarding advanced functions, you are welcome to contact per.carlehedenhtbibl.luse.
The session is available for employees at the HT Faculties. Advance registration is not necessary.
Copyright Issues in Research – Spotlight on Re-Use of Images
Tuesday May 7, 13.15-16.00 (LUX:C126)
Lecturer: Johan Nordlund, PRV (The Swedish patent- and registration office)
Copyright issues are constantly in debate. Two of the most used categories of copyright protected material are photographs and images of different kinds. This seminar addresses the meaning of copyright and exceptions that are applicable for you as a researcher.
What uses and re-uses are allowed at the universities, according to Swedish legislation? How can you use screenshots, diagrams and others’ articles? What do you need to consider when doing research on social media and when it comes to your own created works as a researcher?
The seminar is offered by The Swedish Patent and Registration Office, PRV, together with The Libraries of the Faculties of Humanities and Theology and the Social Sciences Faculty Library. PRV has a special assignment from the Swedish Government to raise awareness and knowledge of copyright and other intellectual property rights at universities and colleges, among others.
The seminar is available for employees at The Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology and the Faculty of Social Sciences. Please, register your interest by April 26 to forskningsstodhtbibl.luse or refsambib.luse. You are welcome to get in touch with questions in advance!
Workshop on Personal Data Processing and Registration in PULU
Thursday, May 9, 10.15-12.00 (SOL:B210), computer room of SOL Library
The EU General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, requires that the University has a register of all processing of personal data. All research projects that involve personal data processing are to be registered in Personal Data Lund University, PULU, at pulu.adm.lu.se. Student projects involving personal data processing also need to be registered. A research project first needs to be registered in LUCRIS, before the registration can be done in PULU. For more information, see https://www.staff.lu.se/support-and-tools/legal-and-records-management/personal-data-and-data-protection/area-specific-information/research.
The Libraries of the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology, invites you to a workshop, where Kristina Arnrup Thorsbro, data protection officer at LU, presents what you need to know for the registration in PULU and how the requirements apply to student projects, as well as answers your questions. The research support team of The Libraries of the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology will also offer support regarding registration and the use of LUCRIS.
The session is available for employees at the HT Faculties. Advance registration is not necessary. You are welcome to send in questions in advance to forskningsstodhtbibl.luse.
How to Create a Data Management Plan for your Research Project
Wednesday May 15, 13.15-15.00 (LUX:B339)
Are you in the middle of writing your research application? Do have any questions on how to prepare your data management plan? A data management plan (DMP) helps you manage your data, in terms of organisation, storage and preservation. We give an introduction to the details that usually need to be included in a DMP, and look at some handy tools and links to useful resources. There will be plenty of time to discuss your DMP questions. Please bring your DMP or take this opportunity to start your draft!
Taking the time to write a good DMP gives you an opportunity to think through how to organise your data and what this means in terms of time and money. Attaching a DMP to your research application shows that you have given thought to how you will manage your data, and can answer questions such as:
- What kind of data will you collect or create?
- Are there ethical issues that need consideration?
- Which data should be retained, shared, and/or preserved?
Increasingly, funders require a DMP as part of the application for research funding and it may be an advantage to already be familiar with how to prepare one.
More on Data Management Plans and a checklist can be found on our web pages on research data management.
The session is available for employees at the HT Faculties. Please register your interest to forskningsstodhtbibl.luse by May 3. You are welcome to get in touch with questions in advance!