Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Researcher Profile Workshops - Coming Soon!


Calling all Academics and Higher Degree Research Students! 

Have you ever wondered how a Researcher Profile can help you? It might be just what you need to expand your research network, help you with your promotion application - or simply get you and your research noticed!

If so, then book yourself into one of CSU Library’s Intro to Researcher Profiles workshops today!

The workshops are offered to academic staff and HDR students and are being held in June and July on most campuses.

During the workshop, Faculty Liaison librarians will assist you in setting up, maintaining, monitoring and using your researcher profile.  Find out more about the Faculty Liaison Team here.

The topics covered will include setting up ORCiD, Scopus and Google Scholar profiles.  The workshop will also touch on other services such as CSU Research Output (CRO), Academia.edu, Altmetrics and Mendeley.

The workshop will be divided into a presentation and a hands-on session where researchers will set up their own profiles. Participants will need to bring their own device for the hands-on session.

The location, date and time for each session are listed below.  Please note that the Dubbo workshop is coming up very soon!

To enrol follow the link for your preferred session below or click here for the full list of sessions.

Albury: Monday 6 July, 10:00-11:30am - Learning Commons, Room 107
Albury: Tuesday 7 July, 1:30-3:00pm - Learning Commons, Room 107
Bathurst: Tuesday 7 July, 2:00-3:30pm - Building 1412 (Library Learning Commons), Room 325
Bathurst: Wednesday 8 July, 11:00am-12:30pm - Building 1412 (Library Learning Commons), Room 325
Wagga Wagga: Tuesday 7 July, 1:30-3:00pm - Building 13, Room 212,

For more information - or if you can't make it to a campus for a workshop at one of these times - please contact your local Faculty Liaison librarian.

You can also find out more about Researcher Profiles in this libguide.

Hope to see you at a Workshop soon!

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