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CV & LinkedIn for PGT Stats
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Research Jigsaw 2019
Research Jigsaw was a week-long series of research-themed webinars open to research and scholarship staff, research students and research support staff. Running week beginning 9 December 2019, Research Jigsaw webinars ran during lunchtimes and focus on making an ORCiD work for you, how you can use research indicators to aid decisions of where to publish, quantify and qualify impact for grant applications, and identify collaboration opportunities. The following resources were presented during the week.

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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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Introducing research indicators (bibliometrics and altmetrics): webinar recording and slides
Are you confused by citation counts or are you more attentive to your Altmetric score? This webinar recording will provide you with a foundational understanding of what biblio- and altmetrics are and how you might use them to track the impact of your research, all framed by the University of Glasgow Responsible Metrics Statement. This webinar recording covers: - Common article and author research indicators, how they are calculated and where to find them - The strengths and limitations of commonly used research indicators - Some do’s and don’ts and how to combine metrics - Some scenarios on how you might use research indicators in your discipline

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CV Masterclass
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Key reference books for English Literature students
This is a list of important reference books for students in English Literature.

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Elfs

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Candy Canes

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Moodle: Remove students from previous academic years
Illustrated guide showing the steps involved in removing students from Moodle sites at the University of Glasgow. (2019)

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Strategic networking as a mean to reduce gender barriers in STEM - thinking strategically about your network
A presentation to support PGR students to think strategically about their networking, linking our suggestions and findings to literature on the gender gap in STEM.

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ORCID Resources
A collection of ORCID resources to be used for presentations and user guidance.

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Arts Research Training Course: key library skills for research students
This is a short guide giving details of key library and information resources and services that Arts postgraduate students should be aware of.

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Virtual Tour Participant Information Sheet
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Moodle Assignment with Turnitin Enabled - Student Guide to submitting and viewing the similarity report
This guide covers: submitting an assignment; accepting the Turnitin EULA; acceptable file types for submission; accessing the Turnitin Originality Report; The Turnitin Originality Report; Editing a Submission.

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Moodle Assignment with Turnitin enabled - Student Guide
This 'how to guide' shows students the process for submitting to Moodle Assignment with Turnitin enabled. The guide covers: submitting an assignment; accessing the Turnitin Originality report; understanding the originality report; editing a submission and viewing feedback.

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Jan Čulík, Karel Čapek: Writer for our Times? (powerpoint)
KAREL ČAPEK (1890-1938): A WRITER FOR OUR TIMES1JAN ČULÍKAbstract Karel Čapek is regarded by many literary historians as one of the most important authors of the interwar Czechoslovak Republic. Despite this designation, he con-tinues to be controversial, particularly in the Anglophone world, as some critics believe that Čapek never actually comprehended the character of evil. On the occa-sion of the 120th anniversary of Čapek’s birth, this article re-examines some of the most important themes of Čapek’s writing from the vantage point of current events and well-known literary scholars. As one of the first European authors to experiment with multi-perspective approaches, Čapek echoes Lacan in some of his early work, while anticipating existentialism and postmodernism. These approaches will be investigated alongside Čapek’s own analyses of society and politics, particularly topical today. Keywords: Czech Literature; Karel Čapek; Jacques Lacan

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Czech Economy: An Interview with Martin Myant (University of the West of Scotland)
The developments in the Czech economy since the fall of communism in 1989. Recorded for Humbox at Glasgow University in February 2010.

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Czech History: An interview with Jan Čulík (Glasgow University)
https://youtu.be/VDE1xHpKNKU An informative video on Czech history, recorded at the University of Glasgow for Humbox, a British server of academic teaching resources. The interviewer is Jamie Smith. Jan Čulík is Senior Lecturer in Czech Studies at the University of Glasgow. Filmed, directed and produced by Dominika Švecová.

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20th Century Czech Literature: An interview with Jan Čulík (Glasgow University)
An informative video about the most important Czech 20th century Czech autors. An interview with Jan Čulík, Senior Lecturer in Czech Studies at the University of Glasgow. The interviewer is Michal Mráz. The video was made in March 2010 for Humbox, a British database of academic teaching resources.

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Britské listy interview 173. With Peter Hames on Czech cinema
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_JTtSvFQq4w Jan Culik interviews film historian Peter Hames, the author of a number of monographs and articles about Czechoslovak and Czech cinema. They speak about the importance of the 1960 Czech New Wave and its impact on British film makers. After a 90-second introduction in Czech, the fifteen minute interview is conducted in English, with Czech subtitles. The interview was broadcast on the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from 13th July 2018.

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Three TV interviews with former Czech dissident and first Prime Minister of post-communist Czechoslovakia Petr Pithart on Czechoslovak History since the Prague Spring of 1968
Three TV interviews with former Czech dissident and first Prime Minister of post-communist Czechoslovakia Petr Pithart on Czechoslovak History since the Prague Spring of 1968 Culik, J. and Pithart, P. (2019) Britské listy Interview 234. Petr Pithart: The decades after the 1968 Soviet invasion. It was an era of timelessness ttps://youtu.be/D6WSHQ1Wjwo (This interview is in Czech with English subtitles.) On the occasion of the thirty years' anniversary of the fall of communism, we broadcast three exclusive interviews with Petr Pithart, the first Prime Minister of the post-communist Czech Republic and a close collaborator of Czechoslovak President Václav Havel. In this, third, interview, Petr Pithart talks about the drastic impact of the so called "normalisation period" - the two post-invasion decades from 1969 to 1989. At the beginning of this period, all adult citizens of Czechoslovakia were subjected to political interviews during which they were forced to approve of the invasion and renounce all their previous liberal or democratic statements, otherwise they lost their jobs. These interviews were extremely humiliating. The Czechoslovaks retreated into the privacy of their families and homes and started distrusting their fellow citizens. The deep trauma of normalisation has not been exorcised to this very day and it still deeply influences life in contemporary Czech Republic, argues Pithart. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from Friday 23rd August, 2019. Culik, J. and Pithart, P. (2019) Britské listy Interview 233. Petr Pithart: Why were the Prague Spring politcians such cowards? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRm6tYbPFg4 (This interview is in Czech with English subtitles) On the occasion of the thirty years' anniversary of the fall of communism, we broadcast three exclusive interviews with Petr Pithart, the first Prime Minister of the post-communist Czech Republic and a close collaborator of Czechoslovak President Václav Havel. In this, second, interview, Petr Pithart is - rightly - highly critical of the cowardice of Alexander Dubček and the other leaders of the Czechoslovak CP during and after the 1968 Prague Spring. Pithart testifies to the remarkable perspicacity of Zdeněk Mlynář, the main strategist of the Prague Spring and the author of the 1968 Czechoslovak CP Action Programme. Within 20 minutes of Dubček being appointed leader of the CzCP on 5th January 1968, Mlynář predicted the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia. Fifty years ago this month, in August 1969, Dubček brutally betrayed Czechoslovak citizens who protested against the Soviet invasion, chanting his name. He sent the army and the police to suppress them. The interview is being broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from Friday 16th August, 2019. Čulík, J. and Pithart, P. (2019) Britské listy interview 232. Petr Pithart:1968 was the only time when I believed that the world might be better . https://youtu.be/eP7b0Jhzlnk (This interview is in Czech with English subtitles.) On the occasion of the thirty years of the fall of communism, we have broadcast three exclusive interviews with Petr Pithart, former Czech Prime Minister and close collaborator of the first Czech President Václav Havel. In this first interview Jan Čulík talks to Petr Pithart about his experiences of the Prague Spring of 1968. The interview was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalni televize from 9th August, 2019.

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Britské listy interview 190. Sir John Tusa to journalists: Do not allow yourselves to be bullied and never give up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PgFwq6qt6t4 Jan Culik talks to Sir John Tusa, a well-known British TV journalist and former Chief Executive of the BBC World Service about the precarious situation in which journalists find themselves in today's quickly destabilising world. The interview was filmed at the 2018 Jihlava International Documentary Film Festival on the margin of a public debate about the contemporary role of journalists, in which both Sir John Tusa and Jan Culik took part. The interview is in English, subtitled in Czech. It was broadcast by the Czech cable TV station Regionalnitelevize.cz from Friday 2nd November, 2018.

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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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Finding music in complete and collected editions
This guide explains how to find out whether an individual piece of music is found within the complete works of a composer or within a thematic collected edition.

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Findng audio-visual material
This guide explains how to find audio-visual resources in the Library. This includes CDs, DVDs, streamed music and film.

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Arts: finding nineteenth century literature review material
This guide explains how to find reviews of nineteenth century literature from the period.

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Help with your Arts Dissertation.
This collection of guides will help you use Library resources to find publications in order to write your Arts dissertation.

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Arts: finding current book reviews
This guide will explain what sources are available for finding reviews of recently published books and how to use them.

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Arts: using subject databases
This guide explains how to use subject databases in the Arts and Humanities. It explains how to search effectively and how to save your results.

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Arts: finding articles on your topic
This guide explains the different resources available for identifying journal articles on a topic.

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Accessing HPE Bytes helpguide
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Slides from SciVal Advisor UK workshops
Slides from the SciVal Advisor UK workshops held on 19 March 2019 at Heriot-Watt University. Slides cover REF support - how to use SciVal to support ongoing preparations for REF 2021, and SciVal for Researchers - helping Early Career Researchers and Principle Investigators make effective and responsible use of SciVal and Scopus.

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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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How to set up a final submission in Turnitin
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WMSB Handbook
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How to set up draft submission in Turnitin.
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Global Mental Health - Promo Video
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Systematic reviews
A collection of resources to support researchers through the search element of a systematic review.

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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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RSpace Feature List
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European Human Rights Law - Guide to sources
European Human Rights Law - Guide to sources

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International Commercial Arbitration - Guide to sources
guides for sources for International Commercial Arbitration

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Finding & using law materials - guide for new law students
Introduction to the Library for new Law students

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Legal citations and abbreviations - guide for new law students
understanding legal citations and abbreviations

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Finding cases - guide for new law students
How to find legal cases

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Short Guide to RSpace
A short guide to the RSpace instance installed for the Research Notebooks trial.

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The Laws of Football Quiz
Test your knowledge of the Laws of football.

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Assessing for Employability
This resource has been created to: 1. support students in understanding the skills gained by completing the assessed components of their degree 2. support staff in updating their assessment methods to help embed assessments that develop a wider range of skills, including digital ones, in their practice.

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Mary McVey Summer School Microbes 1 video

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Control of abortion in sheep
An interactive knowledge transfer resource for farmers containing information on the common causes of abortion in sheep and methods of control (currently designed for European farmers)

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EdShare Help
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EndNote Online Guide (Education)
Guide to using Endnote Online for Education students

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Guide to using Nexis & BOB databases for research
Guide to using the newspaper database, Nexis and broadcast media database BOB.

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Library Search Guide for Law Students Studying Online
Guide to using Library Search for students studying online

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Finding information for your dissertation or thesis - guide for Law students
Guide to finding information for law dissertation or thesis

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Team Design and Project Skills Course Handbook
Faced with the fast-growing development of the electronics industry, students entering the corporate environment must be able to solve practical problems, work as a team and communicate well. This course was therefore designed to meet the needs of industry and the IET accreditation requirements. In particular, this handbook is intended to answer many questions related to Glasgow University’s flagship course on Team Design and Project Skills. It contains invaluable information about the UESTC 3010 course and what is required from students to be awarded the appropriate credits. Students should remember to keep this handbook safe, since it will be a useful reference throughout the course. This handbook is updated annually and students are advised to take time to study it again. Team Design and Project Skills (TDPS) is a mandatory course of the joint Glasgow College UESTC programme. The course is based on a team learning activity that aims to cultivate students’ professional knowledge, practical skills and core competencies in electronic and communications engineering. Students taking this course should be able to build experience of working in a team to design and construct electronic systems that must perform specific tasks within a specified budget. Full details can also be found here: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3653965

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Sage Research Methods Core Database - Guide
Guide to Sage Research Methods Core Database

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Using Reading Lists @ Glasgow - guide for students on the Crichton Campus
Using Reading Lists @ Glasgow

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EndNote Basic for Law students
EndNote Basic for Law students

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ODL CMG Presentation
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Capturing Esteem in (M)Eprints: Our Enlighten experience​
Short presentation for EPrints UK User Group, UCL London, 14th March 2019 on the capture of esteem activity using the EPrints MePrints plugin.

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Theses Documentation Files
Documentation for 'Word: Creating a dissertation or thesis' course run by IT Services. Files available include the main course notes, the University thesis preparation guidelines, a list of thesis styles and two Word templates.

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Finding information for your dissertation or thesis - Guide for Education students
Guide for education studies on how to find information for your dissertation or thesis

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Microsoft teams for groupwork with students
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CT Scan quiz
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Sample course discussion forum
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Sample course promo video
A short explainer video for online distance learning courses.

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Searching Education Databases worksheet for students studying online
Worksheet for searching British Education Index database

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Hypertension game
Identify which of the characters may require screening for hypertension. But hurry - the clock is ticking!

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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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Pipe Cleaner Circle of Willis Video
Making a DIY circle of Willis with pipe cleaners following simple instructions.

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MVLS PGR Induction Talk - Research Data Management
A brief introduction to research data management at the University of Glasgow for new PGR students in the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences

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EdShare: Glasgow's new learning and teaching repository
A short presentation detailing what EdShare is, how it works and how it can help staff and students at the University of Glasgow

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EdShare Quick guide
A brief guide explaining how to upload a single file to the University of Glasgow's EdShare repository.

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Take control of your staff profile
Presented by Paige McCaleb at the University of Glasgow Research Week 2018. The workshop covered how to edit your staff profile and best practices of what to include on your profile.

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Research Week 2018
Slides and presentations at the University of Glasgow Research Week 2018

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The Conversation: Writing for the public: Why and How
Presented by Jane Wright at the University of Glasgow Research Week 2018. Meet Jane Wright, Commissioning Editor at The Conversation, to learn about pitching an idea for publication; optimal timing to make the most of press coverage and links to your research; information on reach and republication and more on the collaborative process between researcher and journalist.

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SciVal introductory session
Presented by Denis Reidy at the University of Glasgow Research Week 2018. Learn how to use SciVal to analyse and gain insights into your research and knowledge exchange activities globally. Find out how SciVal enables you to visualise research performance, benchmark relative to peers, develop collaborative partnerships and analyse research trends.

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ORCiD for Researchers: What, Why and How?
Presented at the University of Glasgow Research Week 2018. Find out about the benefits of registering for an ORCiD digital identifier, register for an ORCiD identifier and link your Enlighten record to continually and automatically populate your ORCiD profile.

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Altmetrics for researchers
Presented by Charlotte Perry-Houts at the University of Glasgow Research Week 2018. Find out what altmetrics are; how Altmetric track online attention and all about the Altmetric donut and Attention Score. Discuss the advantages around alternative metrics and how to interpret the data.

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