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Research support webinars

We trialled a monthly webinar series in 2019 that was so successful we will be repeating it in 2020!
The sessions will cover a range of topics to help support your research and will all run over lunchtime, 1-2pm. Each of the webinars will take the form of a short presentation, followed by time for you to ask any questions you may have on the topic. 
These sessions are open to any Cranfield staff member or student interested in research. You will be able to access them both on and off campus, but you will need to book a place through the DATES system.
Once you have booked, you will be sent an invite for your chosen session. We'll also send you a reminder shortly before the session. Look out for the emails!

2020 schedule:

Wednesday 20 May
Making your work Open Access
Presenters: Rachel Daniels, Education and Research Support Manager, and Emma Turner, Information Specialist at Kings Norton Library. 
What's the point of Open Access? What are the common issues of making work accessible to everyone? What is AAM and what it look like? Here's your chance to learn from our library experts on the most effective hassle-free way to make your research open access.
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Getting more out of Scopus - POSTPONED
Presenter: Emma Turner, Information Specialist at Kings Norton Library
Scopus is one of our top recommended databases to search for publications in your subject area. Did you know that it has several really useful features that many people don’t ever notice? This webinar will show you what some of them are and how to use them.
What you can do with CORD - POSTPONED
Presenter: Greg Simpson, Research Data Manager for Cranfield University Library Service.
Have a quick live tour of different ways you can use CORD: what outputs you can publish and how its features can benefit you. Grill our research data manager on anything CORD - or data-related...
Presenter: Mandy Smith, Information Specialist and Research Support Coordinator at Barrington Library.
Have you ever located papers that have been attributed to the wrong author or wish you could have an online page of your research outputs that you manage? This session will introduce you to the benefits of having an ORCID, how to register for an account and how to link your ID to the CRIS and indexes such as Scopus.