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We are pleased about the lively interest in our spring training series «Searching & Managing Scientific Information» , with some 120 registrations so far, and take this opportunity to say thank you.
At the same time we would like to draw your attention on the upcoming sessions at Eawag-Empa Dübendorf, PSI Villigen and WSL Birmensdorf, for which spare seats are still available.
So, if you haven’t already done so, take your chance and register for one or more of our modules offered:
In module 1,
«Searching Scientific Information», you become skilled in finding relevant scientific information using suitable tools offered by Lib4RI.
In the new module 2,
«Scientific Publishing: From Writing to Sharing», you receive tips on how to prepare, write, publish and share your scientific articles, including information about the review and publication process.
In module 3,
«Open Access & Copyright», you become acquainted with the principles of Open Access (OA) and learn how to deal with copyright questions related to scientific works.
In module 4,
«Literature Management with Endnote», you get introduced to scientific literature management using Endnote (MS Word).
In module 5,
«Complementary Exercises to Modules 1 & 4», you have the opportunity to consolidate your knowledge acquired in modules 1 & 4 by hands-on exercises.
In the new module 6,
«LaTeX for Scientific Writing», you are given confidence in using LaTeX for your publications, and learn how to cite properly using BibTeX.
A detailed course description is available here.
Note: For modules 1-3 sessions are offered at Eawag-Empa Dübendorf, PSI Villigen and WSL Birmensdorf. Modules 4-6 will take place at Eawag-Empa Dübendorf, module 6 is also offered at PSI.
Every session is open to all members of the 4 research institutes, PhD students and other new researchers are particularly invited. On request, students attending four or more modules will receive a recommendation for 1 ECTS credit point.
More details incl. dates, venues and online registration can be found on Lib4RI’s training website.