Good practices in publishing
This training is addressed to everyone interested in the intricacies of scholarly publishing. During this training the attendees will learn about the importance of academic publishing and maintaining its high quality through proper peer-review. Additionally, information on Open Access and how to recognize good journals will be provided, along with information on the importance of publishing data. The training will be concluded by an overview of ethics in publishing, which ought to be respected by all authors, editors and reviewers. The training is addressed primarily to young researchers, although senior academics are also welcome to attend.
Duration: 1 h 30 min.
Target audience: researchers at all levels (including PhD students)
Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help organize research, collaboration online, and discovery of the latest research. This training provides attendees with an overview of Mendeley’s functions and features, as well as shows step-by-step how to work with Mendeley Desktop.
Duration: 1 h 15 min.
Target audience: researchers at all levels (including PhD students), librarians, optionally editors
Katarzyna Gaca-Zając, PhD Eng, Customer Consultant for Central-Eastern Europe in Elsevier
Katarzyna is a graduate of University of Strathclyde, with almost a decade of experience in research and teaching at an academic level in Europe; a specialist in polymer chemistry and studies of chemical reactions’ kinetics. A knowledgeable expert on scientific databases and solutions for researchers and information specialists, who is passionate about ethics in scientific publishing, as well as about widely understood bibliometrics.