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Library Research Support: Training & Events for Researchers

Library Research Support: Training and Events

The University of Plymouth Library's researcher training programme, regular drop-in sessions and occasional hosted events series, cover a wide variety of topics from digital skills, literature searching and reference management to open publication strategies, impact metrics and data management.  

Sessions are delivered by library staff to researchers at any stage of study or career including tailored sessions for academic staff or your research group; regular sessions in the Doctoral College's Researcher Development Programme plus a one-to-one consultation service for researchers and research leads.

Upcoming Events

Online Profiles and Tools for Authors link

Online Profiles and Tools for Authors (22 & 24 May)

This session will provide guidance on maintaining an accessible online presence for your research outputs on databases such as ORCID, Web of Science, and Scopus. It will also provide guidance on how tools such as Altmetric and Kudos can be used to monitor and maximise the visibility and impact of your research. (For staff (22nd) and PGRs and ECRs (24th)).

bibliometrics and SciVal consultation service link

Bibliometrics & SciVal Consultation Service

Interested in using metrics for strategic decision making or benchmaking? Questions about your own publication metrics and citation impact?  Contact our Open Research Specialist for 1:1 advice or tailored reports. 

Library Researcher Training Pathways

Thesis essentials

Open research

Metrics for impact

Publication

SciVal publication metrics consultations

The library offers a consultation service for researchers advising on use of bibliometrics, including SciVal, to showcase areas of research power or in support of strategic priorities, in accordance with the principles of Responsible Metrics.  We can provide regular and custom statistics and reports for your school or research group (example reports and infographics).

We also regularly run two workshops on SciVal through our training pathways.

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