Current facets (Pre-Master)
How to increase your societal visibility as a researcher
Blogs, LinkedIn, Facebook, television or radio: there are many platforms to share your scientific knowledge with others. These enable you to reach a large audience, not merely academic peers or students. This course is for those who need to commence working on their visibility as well as for those who have already started and would like to improve their skills.
Author identifiers why and how
With author identifiers and profiles such as ORCID, ResearcherID and Google Scholar Author Profile, you can present yourself and your publications and make them visible. More and more publishers and funders require the use of author identifiers.
On request. Contact TOP if you are interested.
Research funding is getting increasingly important in times when regular national funding is declining steadily. This course equips you with general knowledge and skills to write a well-structured, high quality research funding application that stands out and has a high success rate.
Presentation and interview techniques for grant applications
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Open Access (OA) increases the findability, visibility and use of academic research results. More and more funders of research demand sharing the results with no costs for the reader. It is Erasmus University’s policy that all EUR scientific output should be published in Open Access. In 2019 the EUR policy should be in effect. This workshop will get you prepared for OA.
Blogs, LinkedIn, Facebook, television or radio: there are many platforms to share your scientific knowledge with others. These enable you to reach a large audience, not merely academic peers or students.
How to search, find, manage and evaluate information & data in a responsible and effective manner. The University Library offers a generic e-portfolio for staff (PhD candidates) and students, with a combination of short videos and texts, exercises, and links to related materials.
With RefWorks, you can easily capture, manage, save and share references in your own personal database.
During these practical sessions, you will learn how to address various aspects of research data management (RDM). After the session, you will be able to work with the EUR Document Vault and you will know how to get further assistance for data related topics in general.
In this training researchers will learn about the most important rules for privacy and data protection as set forth by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). With the knowledge and skills gained during this training researchers can ensure their data collection and research meets the strict requirements of the GDPR.