The full researcher training programme for 2021/22, including new sessions
Our Research Support Team provides training workshops for research students and staff, and these are included in the University’s Researcher Development Programme. Taking place in Oak Room, 3rd Floor, Catalyst, we cover topics such as publishing your research, open access, using Pure and EndNote, and writing a strong data management plan.
Note: sessions in January 2021 will take place in Microsoft Teams, NOT Catalyst. Please see below for a joining linkContinue reading
For Edge Hill staff and students publishing research articles, we have several deals in place with publishers to enable gold open access without article processing charges (APCs). Unfortunately, our deal with Wiley will be unavailable for most researchers from 1 July 2021 – 1 January 2022.Continue reading
What is Scopus?
Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature across disciplines, making it a great tool for doing research. It also provides access to reliable article data, metrics and analytical tools. As well as the search function, Scopus has a powerful current awareness tool so new research in your discipline can be emailed to you at a time that suits you.Continue reading
About LibKey Nomad
LibKey Nomad is a web browser extension that enables you to see with one-click which research articles are available open access or through Edge Hill library subscriptions. Nomad identifies the quickest way to access the full-text of an article and helps avoid paywalls.Continue reading
We share what we’re doing to make the most popular research in Edge Hill Pure fully accessible, so everyone can learn and build upon it.Continue reading