Author Archives: Joanne Morris

Learning Services – Scopus trial

Scopus trial by Liam Bullingham Throughout July we have a trial to Scopus, the World’s largest curated abstract and citation database. Scopus is excellent for literature reviews or seeing what has been published in your area as it can locate … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property for research virtual lecture: realising your impact

Vitae will be hosting a virtual lecture on Wednesday 17 July at 12-1pm (UK time)  discussing why Intellectual Property (IP) matters and to: explore the different types of IP you could be creating as a researcher help you make informed … Continue reading

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Home Office have updated their Areas of Research Interest

The ‘Areas of Research Interests’(ARIs) are documents setting out the key research questions for government departments. They include information on departmental research systems, research and data publication policies and research and development strategies. Home Office Public Safety The changing landscape … Continue reading

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NVIVO follow up session

NVIVO follow up session Thursday 13 June 2019, 12:00-13:30     This hands-on workshop takes you beyond the basics to asking questions of your data and your analysis. In this session you will use your own data and receive individual … Continue reading

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Department for Transport and National Institute for Health Research have updated their Areas of Research Interest

The ‘Areas of Research Interests’(ARIs) are documents setting out the key research questions for government departments. They include information on departmental research systems, research and data publication policies and research and development strategies. Department of Health and Social Care – … Continue reading

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Intellectual Property for Research Workshops

Vitae and the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) are partnering on the development of ‘IP for Research’ workshops. These workshops are aimed at doctoral candidates and researchers and will cover: Patents Trademarks Copyright Design Rights Sessions are being held: Belfast Date: … Continue reading

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Cabinet Office have updated their Areas of Research Interest

The ‘Areas of Research Interests’(ARIs) are documents setting out the key research questions for government departments. They include information on departmental research systems, research and data publication policies and research and development strategies. Cabinet Office Areas of Research Interest 2019 … Continue reading

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NVIVO 1: Introduction

  NVIVO 1: Introduction Thursday 9 May 2019, 14:00-16:00   NVivo software supports qualitative and mixed methods research. It lets you collect, organise and analyse content from interviews, focus group discussions, surveys, audio, social media data, YouTube videos and web … Continue reading

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Taking Research Beyond the Campus

  Taking Research Beyond the Campus Wednesday 1 May 2019, 11:00-15:00     I4P and the Research Office are hosting a workshop on developing impactful research and knowledge exchange, gaining an understanding of how academic research can be impactful beyond … Continue reading

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Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Introduction to the publishing process

  Introduction to the publishing process Wednesday 10 April 2019, 12:00-13:00   This session will consider the steps required to get an article published. This will include selecting a publication, avoiding predatory publishers, submitting an article, submitting to EHRA and … Continue reading

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