Tuesday 22 October - City
The Library will provide a light morning tea each day, though sadly we won't be able to provide cafe quality coffee... there are too many excellent options for coffee on campus! We will provide tea and water though, and don't worry - there should be biscuits left for the afternoon sessions.
Lightning talk coaching for HDR students
9.30-11.00, Presenter: Dr Vo Tran. Location: Building 8, level 4, room 13
HDR students - are you presenting a Lightning Talk? Take part in this session to receive some coaching on how on to put your best foot forward. Coaching will be around presentation skills as well as how to condense your research into a 5 minute ‘lightning talk’.
Come along to hear about how to present to anyone about your research!
12.30-1.30, Presenters: RMIT Teaching & Research librarians Location: Building 8, level 4, room 11
Stay after the morning sessions or bring along your lunch to a library lunchtime session for assistance and advice on:
- your researcher profile (ORCID, Publons, Scopus);
- demonstrating your research impact;
- reference managers (e.g., EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero);
- research data management; and,
- writing and publishing.
Social media for researchers
11.15-12:30, Presenters: Dr Jane Garner, Professor Asha Rao, Dr Alex Wake. Location: Building 8, level 4, room 13
Being savvy about social media is a desired and increasingly expected feature of research engagement and professional profile establishment. Using social media effectively can bring many rewards, but what works well?
In this session, a panel of researchers will share their experiences with using social media and provide some handy tips for getting started. As a workshop participant, you will also have the opportunity to ask the panel members questions which are of specific interest to you.
Track your research impact with Publons
1.30-3.00, Presenter: Jean-Francois Desvignes (Clarivate Analytics), Location: Building 8, level 4, room 11
Publons allows you to track your research impact in a single profile by:
- Instantly adding your publications from Web of Science, ORCID or your bibliographic reference manager (e.g., EndNote);
- Viewing and tracking your citation metrics;
- Displaying your contribution to peer-reviewing and journal editing.