How to Publish and Share

Open Access, Research Data and Social Networks

Course Information

Date
  • Wednesday, November 13, 2019,
    10:00 AM till 4:00 PM
  • Wednesday, November 20, 2019,
    10:00 AM till 4:00 PM
  • Registration Opens
    August 7, 2019, 9:00 AM
    Registration Deadline
    October 16, 2019
    Course Fees
    This course is free of charge and for doctoral candidates and postdocs of the University of Basel only (min. 5, max. 24 participants).
    Trainer
    Silke Bellanger
    Nicolas Sartori
    Iris Lindenmann
    Organized by

    University Library of Basel
    Homepage

    in collaboration with

    Graduate Center
    Transferable Skills Program
    grace@unibas.ch
    GRACE Homepage

    Aims

    The workshop addresses the different possibilities of publishing your research and making it visible, findable and citable for others. A focus will be set on the expectations funders have nowadays concerning open access to publications and research data management. We further address the options of researcher IDs and academic social networks and have a look at criteria to estimate the impact of your work. The workshop is open to researchers of all disciplines.

    Content

    The workshop addresses:

    1. Publication strategies in the digital era
    2. Open access publishing from preprint servers to peer reviewed journals: threat or chance for your career?
    3. Publishing research data
    4. Costs of publishing?
    5. Legal aspects of publishing
    6. Distinguish your works and enhance their visibility using researcher IDs such as ORCID
    7. What to consider when using academic social networks for your research – Academia.edu, Researchgate, Mendeley and other options
    8. Assessing your research impact: Is it all about Impact Factor?

    Methods

    Inputs, group discussion, hands-on activities. The participants will be asked in advance, what kind of needs and interests they have, which tools they are already using and which they want to get to know.
    Second day: Practical exercise with the discussion of concrete publication projects.

    Target Group

    Doctoral Candidates & Postdocs

    About the Trainer

    Silke Bellanger (University of Basel, Library)
    Silke Bellanger is an academic librarian and head of research support services at the University Library of Basel. She works in research and university libraries since 2006, focusing on open access, research data and information literacy. She holds a M.A. in Sociology, History and Public Law and a Master of Advanced Studies in Information and Library Sciences.

    Iris Lindenmann (University of Basel, Library)
    Iris Lindenmann is an academic associate and member of the of research support services at the University Library of Basel, focusing on digital long-term archiving, research data and information literacy. She works at the University Library of Basel since 2018. Previously, she gained profound experience as Information Specialist in the Archive of the Hessian Broadcasting Corporation (Frankfurt/Main, Germany). She holds an M.A. in Musicology and a postgraduate certificate in Information Sciences.

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    Workload

    Preliminary work 2 h, lecture 12 h

    Feature

    Registrations will be processed according on a “first come, first served” principle. The course registration will be confirmed by email. The registration to a course makes the participation in the full training mandatory. For this workshop unexcused absence and cancellation of the workshop after the registration deadline leads to a penalty fee of CHF 30.00. (send an email to grace@unibas.ch). Please find the detailed regulations on the Transferable Skills Homepage.

    Location

    Pharmazentrum Klingelbergstrasse 50, 4056 Basel

    Pharmazentrum - Sitzungszimmer 1067

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