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Read more at: Helping Researchers Publish in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

Helping Researchers Publish in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences

Join us for the third in our series exploring resources to help with the process of publishing your research - from recording observations to editing to peer review. For the first time, this event focuses exclusively on research taking place in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences subjects.

This session offers the chance to learn about available tools and options in publishing and reviewing, and ask questions of the experts.

Featuring:


Read more at: Helping Researchers Publish in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Helping Researchers Publish in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Join us for the fourth in our series exploring resources to help with the process of publishing your research in STEM disciplines - from recording observations to editing to peer review.

This session offers the chance to learn about available tools and options in publishing and reviewing, and ask questions of the experts.

Featuring contributions from:


Read more at: Popping the Filter Bubble: How facts can help you

Popping the Filter Bubble: How facts can help you

So-called “fake news” is everywhere and is having a major impact on daily life from politics to education. The rapid growth of information and the numbers of people who can create it means that we need more sophisticated tools to process the news we receive. Join us to learn about different methods you can use to be your own fact checker and pop your filter bubble.

 

Part of the University Festival of Ideas.


Read more at: Engaging Researchers in Good Data Management

Engaging Researchers in Good Data Management

A one-day conference sharing fresh ideas and good practices for creating and promoting effective RDM practices

St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, UK

 


Read more at: Python Training Sessions

Python Training Sessions

Learn more about Python

If you have some basic working knowledge with the Python programming language or you are beginning to manage your data fluently in other programming languages and want to learn more about Python, some data champions will be running a one-day session on Thursday 12th October in the Downing Site

This course will cover functions and modules and requires some basic programming skills as described in the link to the training page.


Read more at: Python for Beginners

Python for Beginners

Introduction to Python

If you are interested in learning to use the Python programming language from scratch, there are sessions for beginners. Although these are currently fully-booked please sign up to the waiting list / register your interest, so we can gauge demand for future sessions, and allocate spaces if these become available


Read more at: Python for Beginners

Python for Beginners

Thursday, 14 September, 2017 to Friday, 15 September, 2017

Introduction to Python If you are interested in learning to use the Python programming language from scratch, there are sessions for beginners. Although these are currently fully-booked please sign up to the waiting list / register your interest, so we can gauge demand for future sessions, and allocate spaces if these...


Read more at: Python - Training Sessions

Python - Training Sessions

Thursday, 12 October, 2017

Learn more about Python If you have some basic working knowledge with the Python programming language or you are beginning to manage your data fluently in other programming languages and want to learn more about Python, some data champions will be running a one-day session on Thursday 12th October in the Downing Site This...


Read more at: Open Access for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Librarians (Webinar)

Open Access for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Librarians (Webinar)

Join the OSC for a discussion of Open Access issues relevant to HASS librarians

The Open Access message has been geared towards sharing academic outputs like journal articles and their underlying data as well as being mandated by funders but how do you promote Open Access if none of these areas apply to your work?


Read more at: TechLink Seminar: UIS storage services: Insight into how the UIS storage services for research data were implemented and introduction to institutional storage service project

TechLink Seminar: UIS storage services: Insight into how the UIS storage services for research data were implemented and introduction to institutional storage service project

Wojciech Turek, head of the Research Computing Platforms team and service owner for storage services will provide an overview of the recently released UIS storage services for research data and how they can benefit researchers and help to improve way researchers store and process data. Wojciech will also provide insight into the development of the forthcoming institutional storage service and Storage Self-Service portal.


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