Setting researchers up for success with better workflow (inc. remotely)

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Rebecca Morin, Potenza Atiogbe, Kristina Hopkins

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Better workflow, big impact! A large pain point for researchers is having time to stay up to date in their field, conduct their own research and administer their work. Librarians can have a tremendous impact on their success by providing access to and promoting helpful tools, and teaching best practices in knowledge search, creation and management. In this webinar, a recent PhD graduate will discuss the student perspective on learning about the research workflow, highlighting areas of success and how the library played an important role in the journey. And two librarians who will explore their role in enabling the effective collaboration of research teams and ensuring researchers have the skills to manage their research data. TOPICS • Introducing and encouraging use of research tools • Strategies for discovering and analyzing peer-reviewed literature while working remotely • Community engagement as a way to build your CV • Systematic reviews and journal clubs for research teams - remote and face to face support • Data literacy driving FAIR data practices • Building your RDM skills and delivering services remotely SPEAKERS Rebecca Morin Head of Research and Instruction Hirsh Health Sciences Library, Tufts University Potenza Atiogbe Multiprofessional Education and Library Services Manager Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, Sutton, UK Kristina Hopkins 2018 PhD Science Education, Columbia University Customer Consultant, Elsevier
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