Library session for Phd students on keeping up to date

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  • Library session for Phd students on keeping up to date

    1. 1. Keeping up to date with Research Rachel Henderson Liz Clarke UEA library
    2. 2. 18 March 2014 Outline Explanatory line if required. Introduction Discussion of current methods Using RSS feeds from databases – demo & try out Using RSS feeds from journal TOCs – demo & try out Other social media – discussion – Twitter, Delicious, Mendeley Summary
    3. 3. 18 March 2014 Discussion Explanatory line if required. What do you use currently? Email group RSS Word of mouth Twitter
    4. 4. 18 March 2014 Using RSS feeds from databases Explanatory line if required. RSS feed from database to reader Eg Scopus to Feedly Author Paper Search RSS feed from Journal Table of Contents (TOC) to reader Eg http://www.journaltocs.hw.ac.uk/ to Feedly
    5. 5. Other social media Twitter Anyone on twitter already? What do you see as benefits or difficulties of using Twitter? 18 March 2014
    6. 6. 18 March 2014
    7. 7. Other social media http://prezi.com/eb9huuoeikcp/?utm_campaign=share&utm _medium=copy&rc=ex0share Hashtags for interests & conferences Examples: #phdchat #hssoa 18 March 2014
    8. 8. Saving / bookmarking https://kippt.com/ http://bundlr.com/ http://www.scoop.it/ https://delicious.com/ 18 March 2014
    9. 9. Some Twitter accounts you can look at: @uealibrary @helenpallett ENV @MsPollyAshford CHE Useful document with links of interest: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JnemXad2PxjWGEh HiXQzDBy0Hs-8x2_SNVtrcgm6ANg/edit?pli=1 Let us know what you find useful… 18 March 2014

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