• Jennifer Warburton
  1. Managing your researcher profile

    Researcher profiles, IDs and author identifiers can be used to link your publications, group name variations under which you have published, and differentiate between authors with …


  2. Web of Knowledge – recent enhancements

    The new release, which went live on 27 January, includes a number of new features. Watch a short video or view full information on all the new …


  3. Connotea closing 12 March, 2013 – export your bookmarks

    Connotea, nature.com’s social bookmarking site is closing on 12 March, 2013.  You are strongly encouraged to download your bookmarks before this date as your library will …


  4. Beware the Google convenience store

    “PhD students are limiting their analytical abilities”, suggests Roly Keating, chief executive of the British Library, in an opinion piece in the Financial Times magazine, commenting …


  5. Want to keep up-to-date with Researcher@Library blog posts?

    Did you know that you can set up an RSS feed?  You can ‘subscribe’ to the blog by telling your preferred RSS software to check for …


  6. What metrics are of value in a grant application?

    Grant applications usually require you to provide info about your track record or research record. This info may include: your contribution and significance to the discipline, …


  7. Measuring your research impact

    Professor Walsh (School of Geological Sciences, University College Dublin) talks about how his School went about compiling quantative statistics for each academic staff member, which was then used …


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