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Researchers Seminars: Archive: Research Seminars 2013 Spring

Science faculty libraries and LTH libraries invite to following researcher seminars:

Lecturers - Researchers Seminars Spring 2013

Seminar Coordinater: Maria Johnsson, 046-222 34 28, Maria.Johnsson@bibliotek.lth.se

Mikael Graffner, 046-2221530, mikael.graffner@lub.lu.se

Tora Kristiansen, 046-2227937, Tora.Kristiansen@bibliotek.lth.se

Fredrik Åström, 046-2227325, Fredrik.Astrom@ub.lu.se

Robin Gullstrand, 046-2227867, Robin.Gullstrand@geobib.lu.se

Research Services at Lund University: Sophie Hydén Picasso, Karin Langborger, Birgitta Larsson, Tina Trollås

 

Open access definition - Open Access & self archiving

  The literature that should be freely accessible online is that which scholars give to the world without expectation of payment…

By "open access" to this literature, we mean its free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself.”

  From the Budapest Open Access Initiative, 2001

Join the Discussion board - Open Access & self archiving

1: Which are the advantages with publishing directly in an open access journal and self archiving in your research area?

2: Which are the difficulties with publishing directly in an open access journal and self archiving in your research area?

3: What about the future conditions for publishing via OA and self archiving in your research area? What are the trends? What are the ongoing discussions in your networks?

 

Participate in the discussion by adding a comment in the discussion board page

Links from the seminar - Open Access & self archiving

Seminar notes - Open Access & self archiving

Get started - Workshop on self archiving

Seminar Program

Learn more about open access, self archiving, citation analysis and e-books.
The libraries at Faculty of Science and Faculty of Engineering (LTH) invite to the following seminars.

Open access and self archiving: How to make your research publications publicly accessible

Date: Tuesday 12 February at 13:15 – 15pm

Location: Matematikhuset, MH:C

Lecturers: Jörgen Eriksson and Mikael Graffner, Lund University Libraries

Description: There is an upcoming trend among research funders to require researchers to publish open access. Lund University has a policy of open access and self archiving for research publications. This seminar will explain the different alternatives for research publishing. 

 

Workshop on self archiving: Get started

Date: Friday 1 March at 13:15 – 15pm

Location: Geocentrum I, Stratocumulus

Lecturers: Robin Gullstrand and Britta Smångs, Geolibrary and Tora Kristiansen, Library of civil engineering

Description: Get help and advice on how to make your publications accessible via self archiving. Bring your own publications to the workshop.

 

Citation analysis: Who cites who? Trends in citing references

Date: Thursday 14 March at 13:15 – 15pm

Location: A-huset, A:B

Lecturers: Fredrik Åström and Mikael Graffner, Lund University Libraries

Description: Who cites who? Which publications are cited mostly? This seminar demonstrates trends in citing references.

 

CANCELLED
e-Books – always accessible through our new search system LUBsearch
Date: Tuesday 16 April at 13:15 – 14:30pm

Location: Ekologihuset, "Blå hallen"

Lecturers: Åse Paulsson, Biology Library

Description: Lund University has a new sarch system, LUBsearch. This seminar will focus on possibilities for finding e-resources such as e-books and e-journals at LUBsearch.

 

Introduction to Research Services at Lund University

Date: Thursday 16 May at 13:15 - 15
Location: Kårhusets hörsal, Kårhuset, LTH - PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF LOCATION!
Lecturers: Sophie Hydén Picasso, Karin Langborger, Birgitta Larsson, Tina Trollås, Research Services at Lund University
Description: How to write a successful grant application? What are the processes for research funding? The department Research Services (LU) will give an introduction to the grant process and funding opportunities.

 

 

Registration: Fill in the booking form at this guide. PLEASE NOTE! Latest date for registration is one week before the seminar.

Questions? Contact Maria Johnsson, e-mail: maria.johnsson@bibliotek.lth.se , tel: 046-2223428

Links from the seminar - How to write a successful grant application?

Research Services at Lund University

The Research Timesaver
Electronic tool designed to support the research process

Research Professional
International database with calls for research funding. Please note! Create your user account from a computer at the LU network first time you use RP.

 

 

Researchers Seminars Spring 2013

How to write a successful grant application? What are the processes for research funding? Introduction to Research Services at Lund University

 

Welcome to a seminar on Research Services at Lund University


When? Thursday 16 May at 13-15

Where? Kårhusets Hörsal, Kårhuset, LTH
PLEASE NOTE! CHANGE OF LOCATION

 

 

 

 

 Registration and more information:
http
://libguides.lub.lu.se/researchers_seminars 

  

Researcher seminars arranged by the libraries at faculty of science and faculty of engineering (LTH)

Seminar notes - How to write a successful grant application?

Metrics mania: Links from the seminar - Citation analysis Who cites who? Trends in citing references

Join the discussion board - Citation analysis Who cites who? Trends in citing references

Discussion - Join the Discussion board

  • Do bibliometrics in any way affect the way you do your research and publish your results?
  • Do you include your h-index or other metrics in your CV and grant applications?
  • Have you been affected by decisions based on bibliometric analysis?

 

Definition - Citation analysis Who cites who? Trends in citing references

”The application of mathematical and statistical methods to books and other media of communication” (Pritchard, 1969

Lecture notes - Citation analysis Who cites who? Trends in citing references

New journal metrics: Links from the seminar - Citation analysis Who cites who? Trends in citing references