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Pure Training and Research Skills Seminar, 22 November 2012

Posted on 19/11/2012

A Pure training session, designed specifically for PhD students in the English Department, followed by a Research Skills seminar on 'Publishing and Self-Publicity' will be held in Central London on 22 November 2012.

  • Pure Training Session for English Department PhD students with Adrian Joyce and Dace Rozenberga, Room GSB2, 2 Gower Street, London WC1E 6DP, 4.00-5.00pm.
  • Research Skills Seminar, ‘Publishing and Self-Publicising’, Room F1, 11 Bedford Square, London WC1E 6DP, 5.00-7.00pm  

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Pure Training Session

As a research student, a Pure page has already been created for you. This session will show you how you can make best use of it as a single location to store information about your research, such as your publications, collaborations, research projects and grants etc and the associations between them.

Having been entered into Pure once, data can be used for a variety of purposes, including automatic population of personal and research group web pages and creating CVs and bibliographies. Pure is designed to make it as easy as possible to keep information about your own research up-to-date, providing ongoing visibility of research activities at the College.

(N.B. Completing a Pure page is a requirement for your upgrade.)

‘Publishing and Self-Publicising’

Related to this Pure training session, we will be holding our next Research Skills Seminar on a discussion of 'Publishing and Self-Publishing'. This session is intended to offer you tips and suggestions for how you can begin to build - or build on - your publication profile, as well as how to develop methods and means of self-publicising. The session will address concerns relevant to both academic and creative publishing and self-publicity.

There is no need to sign up -- all are welcome!


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