This library workshop is offering a guided introduction to finding information for your research work. Systematic reviews use transparent and replicable methods to locate, evaluate and synthesise all research relevant to a particular question. They are most commonly found in health, medicine and psychology. Therefore, this workshop will focus on developing a search strategy for identifying literature from these disciplines.
A website of your own is a good way to make your research more visible, whether this is a website for you as an individual researcher or a site to showcase your whole research group. You can use your website to explain your research, list your publications, point out your collaborations, blog, link to social media and note your awards and achievements.
Do you have research data sitting on the shelf in folders or multiple external hard drives? Don’t let your work sit there unnoticed! Several journals and funding bodies now require researchers to share their data when they publish and a number of different platforms have recently been developed to facilitate the data sharing and distribution process. Each researcher now produces a variety of different outputs from their work, including quantitative datasets, images, videos, software, hardware and biological libraries. How should you organise, store and manage your data? How can you create a clear, scalable, logical system for managing your data and files