• All sessions will take place in the Library. Unless otherwise stated, sessions will take place in either the Level 1 or Level 5 Training Room. Venue information will be confirmed once you have booked your place.
  • Unless otherwise stated, sessions will be held as indicated below on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10.15-12.05.
  • You might like to view library presentations that have been delivered to research postgraduates.
  • The sessions are part of the University's DoctoralSkills programme (formerly PGSkills) and are coordinated by the Doctoral College.
  • Staff Bookings: If you are a member of staff and the course you would like to go on is not listed on the Academic Staff Development site, please contact Tamsin Reilly or Alison Nightingale by email to register.

How to book a place:

  1. Find a training event on the DoctoralSkills programme diary. You can also browse the sessions by RDF domain.
  2. Click on the relevant link provided for an individual event.
  3. Within the description for the individual event, you will find a booking link near the bottom of the screen.
  4. After you have attended an event, please provide us with feedback so we can continue to improve our sessions.

Semester 2 2018-2019 Sessions

Title Date Time
Finding statistics & data in the Social Sciences Tue 19 February 10:15-12:05
Referencing and plagiarism Wed 20 February 10:15-12:05
Literature searching: PubMed Thu 21 February 10:15-12:05
Reference management software Fri 22 February 10:15-12:05
Literature searching for Business, Finance and Management Tue 26 February 10:15-12:05
Searching for patent information Wed 27 February 10:15-12:05
Literature searching: Scopus Thu 28 February 10:15-12:05
Research data management: planning Fri 1 March 10:15-12:05
Understanding copyright Tue 5 March 10:15-12:05
Open access: what, why and how? Wed 6 March 10:15-12:05
Literature searching in Mathematics and Computer Science Thu 7 March 10:15-12:05
Commercial awareness: tools to prepare for job searching and interviews Fri 8 March 10:15-12:05
Using ORCID Mon 11 March 12:15-13:05
Finding scientific and engineering data Tue 12 March 10:15-12:05
ChemDraw: advanced Wed 13 March 10:15-12:05
Literature searching: Embase Thu 14 March 10:15-12:05
Introduction to research data management Fri 15 March 2019 10:15-11:05
Literature searching in Physics Tue 19 March 10:15-12:05
Literature searching: Reaxys Wed 20 March 10:15-12:05
Literature searching: Web of Science Fri 22 March 10:15-12:05
[Beyond impact factor: choosing where to publish](https://www.bath.ac.uk/events/beyond-impact-factor-choosing-where-to-publish-march-2019/ Mon 25 March 12:15-13:05
Managing your digital identity as a researcher: strategies and case studies Tue 02 April 2019 10:15-12:05
Using DIGIMAP: Ordnance Survey maps and data Tue 9 April 10:15-12:05
Research data management: planning Tue 16 April 10:15-12:05
Research data management: archiving and sharing Thu 16 May 10:15-12:05
Research data management: working with data Wed 22 May 2019 10:15-12:05
Research data management: sensitive data Wed 5 June 13:15-15:05
Introduction to research data management Fri 07 June 2019 10:15-11:05
Research data management planning Wed 19 June 10:15-12:05
Introduction to research data management Mon 1 July 2019 10:15-11:05
Research data management: planning Tue 16 July 2019 10:15-12:05