In this session, participants will be introduced to copyright and licensing and what rights and responsibilities they have when publishing their research. This session includes an introduction to:
- Copyright and licensing as they apply to publication,
- Your rights as an author, and tips on how to keep them,
- Suggestions of helpful resources for publication, and
- Questionable publisher practices, and how to avoid them.
As part of GRADventure, this workshop is open to graduate students and post-docs only.
The Library will host a viewing of the live streamed conversation titled "Envisioning a World Beyond APCs (Article Processing Charges)".
The workshop is hands-on and explores using RefWorks, and any research database having citation-tracking capabilities, to:
1) maintain an accurate list of your own publications, and
2) track citations for your publications.
This session provides you with an overview of <odesi>, the platform for searching and downloading Statistics Canada datasets made available through the Data Liberation Initiative (DLI). Basic knowledge of data analysis is presumed. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- use <odesi> to locate and subset and/or download datasets,
- access and work with products available in Excel and B2020 format, and
- access survey documentation.
Has someone blogged about your research? Has someone tweeted about your work? Was your article mentioned on Facebook? Representing the concept alternate (or alternative) metrics, altmetrics encompass methods of evaluating and discovering scholarly work through the use of open data and social media sources. As an introduction to the still-evolving field of altmetrics, join the Bibliometrics & Research Impact Librarian to gain insight into:
This workshop provides you with an overview of the Statistics Canada website, including effective techniques for uncovering the vast amount of statistical information available. By the end of this hands-on workshop, you will be able to:
- search the Statistics Canada website efficiently,
- locate statistics by subject,
- search and retrieve data from CANSIM, and
- find current and historical Canadian Census statistics.
This workshop will provide tips and practical experience on how to write an annotated bibliography, including using RefWorks to assist in its creation. A RefWorks account and basic knowledge of/experience with RefWorks is expected.