Calendar

Workshop: Publish and share your data

Do you need to publish your data? In this workshop, you will get an overview of what to do. We will cover the process of how to publish your data if it will be available as open access, as well as what to do if you have sensitive data which cannot be made openly available. We will also discuss your options regarding where to store and share your data. 

  • 28 September
  • 10:00–12:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Master's webinar: Finding scientific resources

As a Master’s student, you are expected to find, integrate and correctly cite scientific sources in your own writing. The KI library allows you to access thousands of scientific journals and a variety of comprehensive databases. During this workshop, you will learn how to use these resources effectively in order to find the articles you need. The workshop will run from 16.30 to 17.30, but librarians will be on hand to assist you until 18.00. 

  • 28 September
  • 16:30–18:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Webinar: Researchers – publish open access with prepaid APC:s

During this presentation, you will learn what you need to know to benefit from KI's open access publishing agreements with a wide range of publishers. 

  • 29 September
  • 13:00–13:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: Writing the popular science summary of your thesis

The ability to write about your research in a manner that is understandable and interesting to the general public is an essential skill for any scientist. The new KI guidelines for writing the doctoral thesis also strongly recommend you write a popular science summary in English. This workshop will provide you with models for and hands-on practice in adapting content, structure and style when writing the popular science summary in English for your doctoral thesis.

  • 30 September
  • 13:00–15:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Presentation: Explore a protein across species with the Alliance of Genome Resources

In 30 minutes, this open science database will be presented after being recommended by the Journal of Nucleic Acid (NAR) database edition 2020 as a “breakthrough” database; which according to the editors will impact the research community. This database allows for molecular comparison across model organism species. 

  • 1 October
  • 12:00–12:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Master's webinar: Reading complex academic texts

As a Master’s student, you are expected to read and comprehend complex academic texts. During this workshop, you will learn techniques and strategies for doing so. In addition, you will practice reading strategically, that is, reading to improve critical thinking, to build vocabulary, and to improve academic writing skills. 

  • 5 October
  • 16:30–18:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: Publish with impact – choose a journal for your manuscript

Deciding which journal to submit your manuscript to could be a difficult process and there are several criteria to consider before you make the choice. The aim of this workshop is to guide you to some tools that will support you in making a prepared decision.

  • 6 October
  • 13:00–16:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: Advanced searching strategy for systematic reviews

This is an advanced level workshop. A fundamental part of a systematic review is an exhaustive literature search that finds all relevant studies on a topic. Hence, it is important that the search strategy is rigorously developed and adapted to different databases.

  • 12 October
  • 13:00–16:00 CET
  • Solna
    KIB computer room Synapsen 1, Berzelius väg 3, floor 3.

Master's webinar: Academic writing

In order to communicate your research to others (and pass your courses), you need to understand and master the conventions of academic writing. This workshop will introduce you to those conventions and provide you with strategies for writing clear and well-structured academic texts. The workshop will include hands-on writing activities. 

  • 12 October
  • 16:30–18:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop on Unix, Git and R

This is a free online workshop offered to graduate students and researchers at Karolinska, KTH and Stockholm University. Space is limited.  More details and a registration form is available on the course web page.

  • 13–19 October
  • 10:00–15:00 CET
  • Online