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Using syntax to increase the sensitivity of a search strategy
Video showing a worked example of how to use syntax to increase the sensitivity of a search strategy.

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Using EndNote to manage references in systematic reviews
EndNote files and exercise handout for the course "Using EndNote to manage references in systematic reviews". Class video recording to follow.

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Systematic review workshop and journal club: recording, slides, exercises and handouts
Slides, exercises and recordings of the systematic review workshop and journal club presented to Doctorate in Clinical Psycholgy trainees in academic year 2021-22. The combined learning objectives of the day are to: - Be able to structure a search strategy using a question formulation framework - Understand the principles of Boolean logic and search syntax in relation to a systematic review search strategy - Be able to run a search using subject headings and free text terms in the PsycINFO database - Know where to find and how to follow PRISMA reporting guidelines for systematic reviews - Be able to apply your knowledge of reporting guidelines and search strategy formulation to critically appraise a systematic review Video transcripts are available upon request.

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Supervising systematic reviews
Lecture recording and slides from 'Supervising systematic reviews'. This lecture introduces systematic reviews as a literature type and methodology, discusses protocols as a method of scoping a review and defining the feasibility of a review. The lecture then moves to search techniques and resources students should utilise for their reviews, and reporting standards to expect in a write-up. Further resources and self-help materials are highlighted. Part of Systematic Review collection of resources (https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/451/).

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A quick guide to sharing and tracking your research outputs
Booklet with tips and links to tools to help you share your research and track impact.

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ORCID, Enlighten and Research Identifiers: webinar recording and slides
An ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) identifier allows you to be uniquely identified and connected with your research activities. An ORCID or other research identifier will follow you throughout your career and can be linked to your outputs, research funding and other research activities. This webinar recording covered: - The ORCID Create and Connect functionality to link an ORCID to your Enlighten profile - An introduction to other research identifiers to enhance your research profile

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Identifying collaboration opportunities: webinar recording and slides
Who is working in your discipline and would they make a good collaborator? Do you know who is citing your work? This webinar will help you investigate some of the quantitative and qualitative factors behind collaboration, whether those be existing or potential new collaborators, in academia or beyond. This webinar recording covered: - On an individual, research group and university level, evaluating existing collaborators using quantitative indicators - Finding potential collaborators in academia, industry and government sectors - Discover where other universities and research teams in your discipline are collaborating

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Using research impact data in grant applications: webinar recording and slides
Research funders are increasingly looking for the economic and societal impact of research, but how do you demonstrate this impact in a grant application? Using several tools, this webinar will help you track interest in your work beyond bibliometric citations. This webinar recording covered: - Exploring an individual’s and research group’s societal impact using Altmetric Explorer and SciVal data

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Deciding where to publish your research: webinar recording and slides
There are qualitative and quantitative factors to consider when choosing a journal in which to publish your latest research. This webinar will unpick some of the quantitative factors in your decision-making process by exploring a range of journal indicators and how journal impact can be measured beyond citations. This webinar recording covered: - Journal-level indicators such as the Journal Impact Factor (JIF), SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) and Source Normalised Impact per Paper (SNIP), and their strengths and limitations - Identifying top-tier journals in a subject area and comparing journals on a range of indicators - How journals fare on rejection rates, the percent of non-cited material in a journal and the percentage of review articles - Comparing journals on citations in patents and policy documents

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The Library and your research journey
Slides and recording from Univeristy Library for the MVLS PGR Induction session. The slides provide an overview of the services covered by the University Library with links to key resources and contact details.

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Library induction for postgraduate taught students in MVLS
Slides from Univeristy Library for the MVLS PGT Induction sessions. The slides cover the basics of the library, links to important resources and contacts for help.

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Keeping up with published literature
This guide suggests several methods to help keep up-to-date with published literature. The methods listed and the associated pros and cons of each method are not exhaustive, are subjective, and therefore intended to be illustrative only. Reading is a highly personal activity and you are encouraged to try various tools and techniques to suit your desired reading experience. Resource based on ‘A new curriculum for information literacy’ strand 6.

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Grey literature search process
This resource provides guidance on searching for grey literature sources and a method of recording the grey literature search process for reproducibility.

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The University of Glasgow guide to search strategies for systematic reviews in medical, veterinary and life sciences
This guide is intended to provide an overview of some of the methodological and practical considerations required when undertaking the search component of a systematic review. The guide signposts to resources to aid the process of undertaking a systematic review and enhance a review’s quality and reporting standards. The guide should, therefore, not be seen as extensive nor a handbook. This resource is not necessarily intended to be read in a linear fashion. As an example, if your search skills require development then you may wish to review the resources in the ‘Developing a search strategy’ section prior to undertaking a scoping search.

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Managing your ORCID
A guidance document on how to connect your ORCID to your University profile, importing publications from ORCID to Enlighten and how to export publications from Enlighten to ORCID.

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Developing Rigour and Validity in Literature Searches at Doctoral Level
Workshop recording, slides and exercises from Developing Rigour and Validity in Literature Searches at Doctoral Level. This is a workshop delivered as part of the College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences Research Training Programme. Please note that watching the class recording and undertaking the exercises does not qualify you for the class credits. The workshop learning outcomes are that by the end of the workshop you should… - Understand the various literature review methods available and strengths and weaknesses of each - Be able to structure a search strategy for effective literature searching - Utilise advanced search techniques to find relevant information in your research field - Use basic text mining techniques to improve the specificity or sensitivity of searches - Use data to identify prominent journals, papers and authors within your field.

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Accessing the Knowledge Network and BMJ Best Practice
Access to BMJ Best Practice will now be through the Knowledge Network. Follow this guide for continued access and to discover other resources

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Truncation and wildcard crib sheet
Truncation and wildcard crib sheet for key library databases in Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences (MVLS)

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Searching library databases
This guide provides information on searching key library databases in Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences. The searches performed in the videos take you beyond simple textword (keyword) searching and introduce a level of rigour with the addition of subject headings to a search. The processes illustrated are relevant to all types of literature review, although systematic-type searches will need to be a lot more exhaustive in the use of synonyms, acronyms and additionally searching and browsing for relevant subject headings. Refer to the database help text for detailed search guidance for each database.

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A guide to finding full-text pdfs
Information on using Library Search or browser extensions to find full-text pdf articles and what to do if full-text is not available.

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SciVal - evaluating existing and potential collaborations
This short video will show you how to find and evaluate existing collaborators and identify and model potential new collaborations.

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SciVal - benchmarking your research
This short video will show you how to compare your research against others using the University Research KPIs.

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SciVal - overview of your research
This short video will show you how to find yourself (or anyone else) in SciVal and see an overview of your research indicators.

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Introduction to systematic reviews: lecture recording and slides
Lecture recording and slides introducing searching for systematic reviews and presented to Doctorate in Clinical Psychology candidates. This lecture introduces systematic reviews as a literature type and methodology, raises potential issues when developing research questions and search strategies, and highlights sources for further guidance and support. Slides best viewed in Slide Show mode. The resources "Formulating a research question and structuring a literature search" (https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/38/) and "Developing literature search strategies" (https://edshare.gla.ac.uk/76/) cover the elements of literature searching in more detail.

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Developing literature search strategies
This guide is aimed at students undertaking a literature search, it follows the resource ‘Formulating a research question and structuring a literature search’. The guide will help you develop literature search strategies for resources in your discipline. Best viewed in Slide Show mode. Resource based on 'A new curriculum for information literacy' strand 5.

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Mapping and evaluating information sources
This guide is aimed at students planning a literature search, it follows the resource ‘Formulating a research question and structuring a literature search’. The guide will help you: - Identify appropriate resources for an assignment - Use tools designed to critically appraise the sources of information - Identify the key experts in your field. Best viewed in Slide Show mode. Resource based on 'A new curriculum for information literacy' strand 4.

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Formulating a research question and structuring a literature search
This guide is aimed at students preparing to search for information. The guide will help you: - Formulate a research question from an initial idea or assignment title - Structure your research question into format that you can use to plan a search strategy for internet or bibliographic databases. Best viewed in Slide Show mode. Resource based on 'A new curriculum for information literacy' strand 5.

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Identifying the right source of information for the right purpose
This guide is aimed at new undergraduate students. The guide will help you: - Identify the different types of information available to you - Recognise when to use one information type over another. Best viewed in Slide Show mode. Resource based on 'A new curriculum for information literacy' strand 1.

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