Library Introductory Course on Information Resources & OA in December

FHI Library Online Workshop: Information Resources & Open Access

This interactive online workshop will introduce available options for making your research outputs open access. Discover which publishing fees are paid centrally or by the FHI library and get practical tips on how to adopt open access practices in your research area. Furthermore, you will get an overview of useful search tools.

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 – 11am

The workshop lasts about 45 minutes. Please register and inform us (library@fhi-berlin.mpg.de) about your focus of interest.

More details on how to join the workshop will be announced by e-mail.

Open Science Guide for PhD Students

The French Committee for Open Science has published a guide on open science containing a set of tools and good practices. It provides guidance to PhD students at every step of their research career and covers topics such as the planning of an open approach and the disseminating of research content.

Passport for Open Science – A Practical Guide for PhD Students

Library Introductory Course on Information Resources & OA in November

FHI Library Online Workshop: Information Resources & Open Access

This interactive online workshop will introduce available options for making your research outputs open access. Discover which publishing fees are paid centrally or by the FHI library and get practical tips on how to adopt open access practices in your research area. Furthermore, you will get an overview of useful search tools.

Friday, November 20, 2020 – 10:30am

The workshop lasts max. 60 minutes. Please register and inform us (library@fhi-berlin.mpg.de) about your focus of interest.

More details on how to join the workshop will be announced by e-mail.

FHI Workshop on Reference Management Systems in November

Online Workshop on Reference Management Systems
Monday, 16 November 2020 – 2pm

This course explains what reference management systems (also known as bibliographic or citation management software) are, why they are useful for any kind of research, and what to look out for when considering the use of one of the numerous available bibliographic management applications. The two systems, EndNote and Mendeley, are demonstrated as examples.

Instructor
Sandra Böttcher (FHI Library, Student Assistant)

More details on how to join the workshop will be announced by e-mail.