Raise awareness of your research
(12 May 2017)
Did you know that sharing your research data can increase your citation potential, increase your visibility within the research community, and lead to new collaboration opportunities?
The University is hosting a number of workshops next week to introduce researchers to Mendeley Data, the University's recommended non-discipline specific repository. Mendeley Data is an open research data repository where you can store, preserve and share your data for free.
At the workshops you will find out:
- how to use Mendeley Data to share your research data and receive credit for all your research outputs;
- about best practices for organising and managing your research/data;
- how you can help shape the development of the University's research data tools.
These events will be held in locations convenient for each of the three Faculties. However, if you are not able to attend your Faculty specific workshop, please register to attend one of the others.
Register today for one of the following events:
- FSE, Wednesday 17 May, 11am-1pm, Sackville Street Building G41 (11am-12pm: presentation, demo and discussion; 12pm-1pm: drop-in session)
- FBMH Wednesday 17 May, 2pm-4pm, Simon Building 5.05 (2pm-3pm: presentation, demo and discussion; 3pm-4pm: drop-in session)
- Humanities, Thursday 18 May, 11am-1pm Samuel Alexander Building A114 (11am-12pm: presentation, demo and discussion; 12pm-1pm: drop-in session)
If you would like some information about Mendeley Data prior to the workshop, you can visit the University’s Mendeley Data landing page.