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This introductory session to the SciVal database shows you how to track research publications performance, identify institutional strengths and compare Cardiff University to peers around the world. You can analyse citations by team, department or institution, compare outputs with other institutions and analyse collaboration data. SciVal draws citation data from Scopus to provide several different metrics for any grouping of people or publications. The data can be filtered by more than 330 journal subject categories. You can also analyse publication sets you have created, for example from a search in Scopus or from an ORCA list.
When: 27 June 2017, 12:30-14:00
Where: Health Library, Cochrane Building. UHW
Book your place via the intranet here or search the intranet for library training.
Find out how you can personalise and make best use of Clinical Key.
The library has arranged some half-hour training sessions on using
Clinical Key, to be held on Tuesday 28th June at UHW.
The sessions will be delivered by Marenne de Ruuk, a trainer from Clinical Key.
You can turn up without booking, although it would be helpful to us if you could let us know your preferred time.
Date: Tuesday 28th June
Times: On the hour and half-hour from 11.30 – 2.30.
Venue: Room 2TB2 33. Please follow the signs from the B2 lifts.
This training is open to all Cardiff and Vale UHB staff.
Want to understand the idea behind Open Access and what this means for you?
We’ll have training sessions in the near future on selecting a journal for publication / preparing for publication and navigating the open access scene.
Check here to sign up.
Need some help getting to grips with EndNote web for referencing in your assignments?
We have a session tomorrow - Thursday 1st May 12-1 in the small IT lab.
Book your place here;
Want to learn more about Zotero, apps or preparing to publish? Those are the sessions we are running this month for Academic Staff and Research Postgrad students. Email email@example.com to book your place.
The health library is open 24 hours a day round the week, but if you have a specific query you need help with you will be able to get support during the following hours:
Monday – Friday 8.30-7pm
During these times you can ask for advice on how to search effectively for a specific subject or help managing your library account. These are just a taste of some of the things we offer:
Help with IT
Group Study room bookings-
There is a team of subject librarians available during usual office hours who can support academic staff with everything from research help to help putting together an effective reading list. Over the new year we will be doing some more detailed blog posts about the staff working here.
For staff and students we can offer help and training in using databases, referencing tools and social media among other things. Find more information about the training sessions we do here-
If you would like more information about any of the above, please contact the Health Library firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve got some new training sessions offered through 2013 as well as our usual programme. You will find details on the page above called Teaching Programme.
New additions this year will be:
Twitter for healthcare professionals:
An introduction to twitter: learn how to tweet, start building a twitter network and why you should consider using it.
Tuesday 22nd January, 12.00 – 12.30pm
Preparing to Publish
In this session we give some hints and tips on selecting a journal to publish your work in, things to look carefully at and what software tools you can use to make your life on the publishing road easier.
Thursday 11th April, 12.00 – 1.00pm
and Using Prezi to present.
Prezi is presentation tool which works like a mind map to present information in a fresh and visually arresting way. Come along to find out more about using Prezi to present.
Monday 29th April, 12.30 – 1.00pm