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Avoiding Plagiarism Online Course from the Division for Research Development, SU. Open access to all SU students and staff. Self-enrol to gain access.The SUNLearn module that this resource is housed on can be found here.
This informative and well received educational webinar from 31st August 2016 sees Kudos, Altmetric, ORCID and Thomson Reuters (Web of Science) come together to help researchers increase and evidence the impact of published work, with guidance, and hints and tips.
We show you how our services integrate, making Kudos your one stop shop for increasing and evidencing the impact of your work, and building academic reputation - register now, it is free - www.growkudos.com
Use VOS viewer with data from Scopus, in order to visualize co-authorship connections. This can be used to visually see who co-authors with who the most. There are a number of different visualisations possible, including a heat map of co-authorship. This tool can be useful when exploring a researcher’s collaborations.
This Libguide provides a systematic guide to the different phases and activities of a master's or doctoral research project and introduces the researcher and research student to relevant Library sources, tools and services offered along the way.