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  • Mar 1

    Organizing, Documenting, and Sharing Your Data Workshop

    Keeping your data well–described can make your research easier, and more accurate. This workshop will demonstrate different software tools for organizing files, and saving important information about your datasets. This workshop will also overview tips for de-identifying data before it’s shared and finding places to share data.

    This is an ONLINE workshop.

    Enroll in Organizing, Documenting, and Sharing Your Data.

  • Mar 1

    Introducing the New RefWorks Workshop

    Discover what’s new in this powerful citation management service. Now, not only can you capture and store your citations, and easily generate a bibliography, you can also read and annotate full-text documents.

    NOTE: This workshop is located in Rockford - Health Sciences, Room A100

    Enroll in Introducing the New RefWorks Workshop

  • Mar 8

    Assessing your scholarly impact using the h-index and altmetrics Workshop

    This workshop will cover ways to measure your research impact including through citation analysis and the h-index. The workshop will allow you to explore a range of tools (Web of Science, Scopus & Google Scholar) to obtain citation counts and calculate the h-index. How to create your own Google Citations profile and new “altmetrics” that examine web 2.0’s role in assessing impact will also be covered.

    Enroll in Assessing your scholarly impact using the h-index and altmetrics Workshop

  • Mar 8

    Clinical Pharmacology Workshop

    Find relevant data quickly at the point of care with the new Clinical Pharmacology database that offers an intuitive interface, Smart Search technology and deep access to trusted evidence. 

    Enroll in Clinical Pharmacology

  • Mar 8

    Discover the New RefWorks

    In this workshop, participants will learn about the features and functionality of the new version of RefWorks. Learn how to create accounts, import citations, create bibliographies, and more. Appropriate for those using the current version of RefWorks as well as those brand new to citation management systems.

    Register at: https://goo.gl/forms/c3PpwaIxqh6GT3EH2

    Attend online at https://uiclibrary.adobeconnect.com/r2og9llsdyo/

  • Mar 13

    Assessing your scholarly impact using the h-index and altmetrics Workshop

    This workshop will cover ways to measure your research impact including through citation analysis and the h-index. The workshop will allow you to explore a range of tools (Web of Science, Scopus & Google Scholar) to obtain citation counts and calculate the h-index. How to create your own Google Citations profile and new “altmetrics” that examine web 2.0’s role in assessing impact will also be covered.

    Enroll in Assessing your scholarly impact using the h-index and altmetrics Workshop

  • Mar 14

    Introducing the New RefWorks Workshop

    Discover what’s new in this powerful citation management service. Now, not only can you capture and store your citations, and easily generate a bibliography, you can also read and annotate full-text documents.

    NOTE: This workshop is located in Rockford - Health Sciences, Room A100

    Enroll in Introducing the New RefWorks Workshop

  • Mar 27

    Writing a Successful Data Management Plan Workshop

    Learn to manage your data effectively and efficiently and ensure the long term use of your data! This seminar will cover how researchers can plan, manage, describe, and document their data throughout the life of their research project and considerations for long term data management. This workshop will also overview funding agency requirements for data management plans when submitting grant applications and how the DMP Tool can help.

    This is an ONLINE workshop.

    Enroll in Writing a Successful Data Management Plan.

  • Mar 28

    Clinical Pharmacology Workshop

    Find relevant data quickly at the point of care with the new Clinical Pharmacology database that offers an intuitive interface, Smart Search technology and deep access to trusted evidence. 

    Enroll in Clinical Pharmacology

  • Mar 29

    Expanding Public Access for Federally Funded Research - Funding Agency Policies for Sharing Data and Open Access Policies

    You may already be aware of the NIH Public Access Policy that requires NIH funded research articles must be publicly accessible in PubMedCentral within 12 months of publication or the NSF requirement for a data management plan.   But are you aware of the open access and data sharing policies coming from other federal agencies such as DOE, DOD, NEH,   Attend this workshop for an overview of the new open access and data sharing policies coming out of the various federal agencies for funded agency research.

    Enroll in Expanding Public Access for Federally Funded Research

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