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Scholarly Communication & Impact: Workshops

This guide is to help you navigate the different elements of the Scholarly Communication world and find out how you can use them to your benefit.

Scholarly Communication & Impact Seminars (for Graduate Research students)

The Scholarly Communication & Impact seminar aims to equip new graduate students to enter the scholarly world. Participants will be introduced to the concepts of what scholarly metrics they would typically encounter as researchers such as scenarios of Open Access requirements, managing their research data, developing their researcher persona and useful Library Tools and Services.

This workshop will be conducted in Team-Based Learning (TBL) format where participants will be given pre-session readings that they must complete before their session. These readings will be used to answer questions and solve problems both individually and as a team during the session.

At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the best scholarly metric to use to find the top journals in their relevant fields through a MCQ.
  2. Compare the different library tools to obtain impactful and relevant scholarly resources when writing a thesis paper in an application question.
  3. Explain the individual roles, risks and benefits associated with the open access movement provided by NTU library when submitting a thesis paper in an application question, according to NTU open access policy.
  4. Explain the organizational roles, risks and benefits associated with the open access movement provided by NTU library when submitting a thesis paper in an application question, according to NTU open access policy.

 

As there are a limited number of spaces available per session, please register only if you are able to fully attend that session.

 

(Compulsory for all new PhD and Master by Research students within first year of study)

 

Register for a Seminar today by clicking on one of the links below!

 

Seminar Schedule

Date Time (3hr) Registration Link
25 January 2022 (Tuesday) 2 pm - 5 pm Link
4 February 2022 (Friday) 10am – 1pm Link
10 February 2022 (Thursday) 2pm – 5pm Link
15 February 2022 (Tuesday) 10am – 1pm Link
21 February 2022 (Monday) 2pm – 5pm Link
10 March 2022 (Thursday) 2pm – 5pm Link
18 March 2022 (Friday) 10am – 1pm Link
21 March 2022 (Monday) 2pm – 5pm Link
29 March 2022 (Tuesday)* 6.30pm – 9.30pm Link
5 April 2022 (Tuesday) 10am – 1pm Link

* This is an Evening Session.