Monthly Archives: April 2016

Using Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for research publications

The Library Research team recently delivered some training on Increasing Citations.  As part of that session I spoke about using SEO for research publications.  The below is a survey of that content.  If anyone is interested in us running that … Continue reading

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Research Data: Working with Social Media

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Is your research based around the measurement of public opinion? Are you interested in changing social attitudes? If you’re thinking of using content from social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn as key sources of research data then you … Continue reading

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Doing Open Access and Being Open Access

As we deal with the increased deposit in the institutional repository precipitated by the HEFCE Open Access Policy it rather strikes me that our increased activities meeting the policy can be seen as doing Open Access but is it really … Continue reading

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Workshop: Open Science / open data: what’s it all about? Open Science is all about maximising benefit for all from academic research by increasing access to both published papers and supporting data. But researchers worried about protecting their intellectual property … Continue reading

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Training Opportunity: Open Access Publishing

Getting to Grips with Open Access Publishing 07/04/2016 9.30-11.00 Library Research Meeting Room, 2nd Floor, Library Increasingly, researchers are expected to publish their outputs by open access to satisfy the requirements of the research funders in the UK and abroad. … Continue reading

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