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Welcome to a new series of lectures for doctoral students!

Doctoral Do's and Don'ts is a series of mini-lectures, where the library's team for research support share useful tips for doctoral students. In the first session this semester, you will learn more about managing research data.

The first session of the semester

Research data is the information that has been collected to underpin scientific studies, for example experiments, statistics, source code, interviews and surveys. Managing these important resources requires some thought and planning.

In this first session of Doctoral Do's and Don'ts, you will learn more about what you need to think about when it comes to your research data during the various phases of the research process.


Wednesday 2 February at 9:30-9:45


In Zoom

Upcoming Doctoral Do's and Don'ts

2 March

Beware of predatory journals!​

9:30-9:45: Zoom-link

6 April

How to get help with your research data: online support from your library​

9:30-9:45: Zoom-link

4 May

How to explore your subject in Scopus: deeper functionalities for analysis

9:30-9:45: Zoom-link