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New Research Elevenses for July

The Research Elevenses return for July with plenty of new topics. The sessions will take place over coffee and cakes in the Ogden Lewis Seminar Suite every Tuesday at 11am.

There's no need to book - just turn up!

If you are off-campus you can join in live via Adobe Connect. A recording of each session will be made available after the event.

1 July - Myths and misconceptions about open access publishing
Find out what you really need to know for your future publishing strategy
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8 July -Who is citing who? And who is citing you?
Discover how you can use Scopus, Web of Science & Google Scholar to carry out citation searches and set up citation alerts.
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15 July - How can we help with your systematic review?
Find out how the Library Research Services Team can assist with different stages of your systematic review -from scoping searches to reference management.
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22 July - Digital Humanities – What on earth is it?
Find out about digital humanities projects that are underway at the University and new Library services that can support your research.
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29 July - From gamma-rays to Roman remains – what can you do with your data?
Find out how different research groups are sharing, re-using and visualising data in new ways.
A glimpse into the world of open data at Leicester.
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If you would like to participate in the webinars, simply click the link and choose ‘Enter as Guest’ on the day.

Please contact Helen or Selina if you have any questions.

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