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Raise awareness of your research

12 May 2017

Learn how to increase your citation potential and ensure maximum visibility of your research


Did you know that sharing your research data can increase your citation potential, increase your visibility within the research community, and lead to new collaboration opportunities? 

We're excited to introduce Mendeley Data, the University's recommended non-discipline specific repository. Mendeley Data is an open research data repository where you can store and preserve your data, and share it with colleagues or the wider world for free.

Come along to one of the upcoming workshops being hosted by the University, in partnership with Mendeley Data, to find out all about:

- Using Mendeley Data to share your research data and get credit for all your research outputs

- Best practices for organising and managing your research/data

- How you can help shape the development of the University's research data tools

The workshops will be held in locations convenient for each of the three Faculties. However, if you are not able to attend your Faculty specific workshop, please register to attend one of the others.

The first hour of each workshop will be a presentation, demo and discussion. This will be followed by a one hour ‘drop-in’ session.  

If you are not available for a presentation session, please just drop in for coffee & cakes and a chat about data. 

Register today for one of the following events:

- FSE 17 May, 11-1pm, Sackville Street Building G41

11-12: presentation, demo and discussion

12-1: drop-in session

- FBMH 17th May, 2-4pm, Simon Building 5.05

2-3: presentation, demo and discussion

3-4: drop-in session

- Humanities, 18th May, 11-1pm, Samuel Alexander Building A114

11-12: presentation, demo and discussion

12-1: drop-in session