This guide shows what professional communication for scientists is all about. It contains the abc of communicating with the public, interfacing with the media and using journalists.
Giovanni Carrada: Communicating science – A scientist’s survival kit [pdf]
Luxembourg 2006, edited by the European Commission
Find out more what you need to know about the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and your research process at
https://blogs.openaire.eu/?p=3248 (OpenAIRE Blog)
We would be happy to learn more about the perspectives and opinions of our scientists on open access publications. Therefor we’ve prepared a little questionnaire. Just visit the information desk in the library and answer the questions at the poster board.
Participation is, of course, anonymous. Completing the questionnaire should take approximately 5 to 10 minutes.
The questionnaire and information desk is available during the whole week.
Thank you for your help!
The journal PLOS Computational Biology has published a series of editorials on scientific skills that are necessary for a scientific career, e.g.
Ten Simple Rules for Better Figures
Find more articles from the Ten Simple Rules collection at http://collections.plos.org/ten-simple-rules.
The UNESCO has developed an extensive arrangement about Open Access. Here you can find everything about Open Access what you should know, edited for librarians in education as well as for scientists.
More information at: http://www.unesco.org/new/en/communication-and-information/resources/news-and-in-focus-articles/all-news/news/unescos_open_access_oa_curriculum_is_now_online#.VR1FIGMoB-t