Research Bites in May is about Researcher profiles. The three sessions will focus on practical ways to to improve how your online profile works.
The third session will be in a workshop format, with the opportunity to bring your biography and personal profile – for example for a conference, or academic social network – and discuss it with Careers Consultant, Elaine Davies and other participants.
As always, no need to book, just turn up. Tea/coffee and cake provided.
Your researcher identity – ORCID
Tuesday 10th May, 12.00, Bowland North SR 4
Find out what ORCID is, and how it can help you to capture and distinguish your research outputs.
Tanya Williamson, Academic Liaison Librarian, Library
Updating your academic profile on Pure
Friday 13th May, 12.00, Bowland North SR 4
Learn about how to you can use Pure to generate and enhance your online academic profile.
Claire Tinker-Mill, Research System Administrator, Research & Contracts Support, Research Services
Bring your biography – advice for Early Career Researchers
Wednesday 25th May, 12.00, Bowland North SR 3
A chance to review your biography and personal profile and explore the steps you can take to increase their impact. Remember to bring your biography and CV with you.
Elaine Davies, Careers Consultant, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Research Bites attendees may also be interested in the ORCID Claimathon on Friday 20th May, 10am, Library Training Suite 2. The University has now integrated ORCID iDs into Pure, and is encouraging all researchers to claim and use their iD.