Library workshops

The Library provides workshops for PHD-students, teachers, and researchers throughout the year. All scheduled workshops are offered online via Zoom. Sign up for upcoming sessions.

Reference management – EndNote

Reference management tools helps you manage your references. With a reference management tool you can create and organize your references and easily insert citations in your text and create bibliographies.

This workshop will focus on EndNote, which is available for students and staff at Lund university through a campus license. We will cover the basics in EndNote, such as how to create and import references, how to use EndNote together with Word, and how to create in-text citations and bibliographies using different output styles.

16th October 10-12
The workshop will be held via Zoom

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Getting started with data visualization

VOSviewer is a free software tool for constructing and visualizing bibliometric networks. These networks may for instance include journals, researchers, or individual publications, and they can be constructed based on citation, bibliographic coupling, co-citation, or co-authorship relations.   
This workshop is an introduction for the beginner. You will learn how to create visualizations with data imported from Scopus/Web of Science

Target audience: Researchers and PhD-students who need to visualize data for analysis or presentation purposes.

5th November 10-12
The workshop will be held via Zoom

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Seminar about DMPRoadmap

In February 2020, LU's new system for data management plans, DMPRoadmap, was launched. The system aims to support researchers who receive or have already received project funding from, primarily, the Swedish Research Council (VR), or from under funders that demand the establishing of a data management plan.

A Data Management Plan is a document that provides a framework for what will happen to the data material during and after a research project. It describes how the research material is collected, handled, organized, stored and made available during the research process as well as how it should be preserved.
Now we are happy to invite you to a seminar about how to create your DMPRoadmap when you are about to start your research.

10th December 9-10.30
The workshop will be held via Zoom

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Last published: 2020-10-16