Researcher@Library Week 2018: Southbank Sessions

As you all know, Researcher@Library Week is coming soon and we are having sessions in Southbank Campus as well. Don’t miss out on these awesome workshops and talks.

Open Access publishing for Fine Arts and Music researchers

This session will address Open Access (OA) Publishing, particularly as it applies to researchers in the Fine Arts and Music disciplines. The session will include what OA is, what is involved in getting something published through OA, how to comply with OA requirements using the University of Melbourne’s repository, how it can enhance a researcher’s standing in the research community, and what to be wary of.

Date: Monday, 27 August 2018
Time: 1:15pm – 2:15pm
Venue: Founders Gallery, Elisabeth Murdoch Building
Presenters: Nathan Parry, Julie Cohen and Jenny McKnight

 

Altmetrics in the Creative Arts

Alternative metrics, or ‘Altmetrics’, help track views, mentions, and downloads of research outputs. In the creative arts, research outputs not only include journal articles and books, but also incorporate other formats including performances, productions and exhibitions. Altmetrics can therefore be utilised to form a better picture of how great an impact a researcher’s output has made. This is a hands on workshop, that will assist researchers in understanding what altmetrics are, how they are collected and measured, and how they are interpreted. A number of altmetric tools will be explored, and there will also be tips on enhancing altmetrics using social media.

Date: Tuesday, 28 August 2018
Time: 1:15pm – 2:15pm
Venue: Digital Studio, Hub Building
Presenters: Nathan Parry, Julie Cohen

 

Setting up your ORCID and other researcher profiles

Researcher profiles make it easy for funding agencies, collaborators and colleagues to find you. These online author identifiers can ensure that your work is correctly attributed and showcase the impact of your research. This workshop is designed for researchers in Fine Arts and Music, and we will show you how to sign up and edit your ORCID, Researcher ID, Scopus and Google Scholar profiles. Bring your own device for this session.

Date: Wednesday, 29 August 2018
Time: 2:30pm – 3:30pm
Venue: Room 319, Elizabeth Murdoch Building
Presenters: Nathan Parry and Julie Cohen

For the full list of programs, click here