Rise and shine with the library

"Rise and shine" is a series of presentations by the library, mainly for researchers and doctoral students. The presentations are sometimes of a more general nature, such as overviews of particular areas of interest. Others are more concrete, introducing particular functions or processes. However, all of them are meant to be interesting and useful for researchers and doctoral students.

If you can't make any of the times offered, you ar ewelcome to get in touch with the library. We will set up a meeting with you, your research group, or perhaps your faculty. We would be happy to come, so get in touch and we'll plan something together! Contact us by email biblioteket@hb.se.

Time: 08:15 – 08:35 (with time for questions afterwards)
Zoom: https://hb-se.zoom.us/j/66640642560 (restricted to HB acccounts via SSO login, the usual way we sign on to Zoom)
Language: The presentations will be in English
Registration:
No registration required

Program Autumn 2022

During the autumn we offer ten different presentations, most of which will be given at two different dates. You can also find all of these published in the university's calendar.

August

Wednesday 24 August: Open Science in 20 minutes (iCal)

The open science movement aims to make research processes more transparent and inclusive, and ensure that research data can be re-used. The library gives a short presentation on the implications of open science for researchers and the research process.

Wednesday 31 August: Publisher licenses from © to CC (iCal)

All scientific publications get a license. It's becoming more common to be asked to choose between different options. The library explores what the different letter combinations (e.g. CC BY, CC BY-NC) mean, and clarifies the difference between © and CC.

September

Wednesday 7 September: Manage your research data (iCal)

Part of open science is the requirement to systemtatically describe and manage research data during the research process. During this presentation we go through some examples of data management plans that help describe and manage research data.

Tuesday 13 September: Find and manage full texts with EndNote (iCal)

Use EndNote's built-in features to find and attach PDFs of articles in your reference library. You can also batch import PDFs and let EndNote find the reference data.

Wednesday 21 September: Read & Publish agreements – when do you have to pay to publish? (iCal)

The library pays for agreements with publishers covering many thousands of journals. This means there's a good chance you can publish an article with open access without having to pay. But when and how can you use the agreements, and when might you have to pay?

Tuesday 27 September: Collaborate on EndNote libraries (iCal)

How do you share your reference library in EndNote with colleagues? We look at shared folders and shared libraries, and the difference between the two options.

October

Wednesday 5 October: Publication lists from DiVA (iCal)

Learn the best ways of using DiVA for putting together publication lists for yourself, your research group, or a particular area of research.

Tuesday 11 October: Sharpen your search skills with boolean logic (iCal)

Having problems getting relevant search results? Learn effective search strategies.

Friday 21 October: Open Science in 20 minutes (iCal)

The open science movement aims to make research processes more transparent and inclusive, and ensure that research data can be re-used. The library gives a short presentation on the implications of open science for researchers and the research process.

Tuesday 25 October: Publisher licenses from © to CC (iCal)

All scientific publications get a license. It's becoming more common to be asked to choose between different options. The library explores what the different letter combinations (e.g. CC BY, CC BY-NC) mean, and clarifies the difference between © and CC.

November

Tuesday 1 November: Manage your research data (iCal)

Part of open science is the requirement to systemtatically describe and manage research data during the research process. During this presentation we go through some examples of data management plans that help describe and manage research data.

Wednesday 9 November: Find and manage full texts with EndNote (iCal)

Use EndNote's built-in features to find and attach PDFs of articles in your reference library. You can also batch import PDFs and let EndNote find the reference data.

Tuesday 15 November: Visualize your research (iCal)

With the software VOSviewer, you can create maps of your research area. All you need is publication data downloaded from one of the library’s databases. With the software, you can visualize collaborations within a research field, map often used terms, or look at how researchers cite each other.

Wednesday 23 November: Collaborate on EndNote libraries (iCal)

How do you share your reference library in EndNote with colleagues? We look at shared folders and shared libraries, and the difference between the two options.

Tuesday 29 November: Read & Publish agreements – when do you have to pay to publish? (iCal)

The library pays for agreements with publishers covering many thousands of journals. This means there's a good chance you can publish an article with open access without having to pay. But when and how can you use the agreements, and when might you have to pay?

December

Wednesday 7 December: Sharpen your search skills with boolean logic )(iCal)

Having problems getting relevant search results? Learn effective search strategies.

Wednesday 14 December: Register you publications in DiVA (iCal)

It is the end of the year, and it is time to ensure this year's publications are in DiVA. Refresh your registration skills with the library.

Tuesday 20 December: Fool's Science – and other jokes in research (iCal)

The scientific publication model is undergoing many changes, which has led to rogue actors appearing. How do you avoid the pitfalls of publishing in suspicious journals? The library guides you!