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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. 

  • 26 January
  • 12:00–12:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Master's webinar: Finding Scientific Resources for Your Master’s Thesis

To write your Master’s thesis, you need to know how to find credible scientific sources relevant to your project. During this webinar, you will learn the principles and techniques required for searching databases efficiently in order to find the articles you need. We will demonstrate PubMed as well as other relevant databases. This webinar will run from 16.30 to 17.30, but librarians will be on hand to assist you until 18.00.

  • 26 January
  • 16:30–17:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: Searching the literature for your half-time review, thesis or next publication

This is a basic level workshop. The idea is to provide you with dedicated time and support from search experts at the library when doing individual searches for the literature review that will form a part of your half-time review, thesis summary or your next publication.

  • 3 February
  • 13:00–16:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Master's webinar: Managing and Organising your References with Endnote Online or Zotero

Keeping track of your sources and formatting them correctly are central aspects of writing your Master’s thesis. Reference management programs can help you collect, format and organize your sources. During this webinar, you will learn how to use either Endnote Online or Zotero. The webinar will run from 16.30 to 17.30, but librarians will be on hand to assist you until 18.00.

  • 3 February
  • 16:30–17:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: EndNote X20 – manage your references

This is a basic level workshop. The idea is to give you time and support to build, organize and annotate a reference library in the reference management software EndNote X20, and to insert citations and bibliographies in Word according to different reference styles. 

  • 9 February
  • 13:00–15:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Master's webinar: Q&A about Writing the Master’s Thesis

Do you have questions about how to plan, complete and successfully write your Master’s thesis? Then this webinar is for you! You will have the opportunity to ask questions of and exchange tips and best practices with your fellow students, an Academic Writing Support instructor (who has guided numerous students through the process), a KI University Librarian, and finally, a former KI Master’s student – now in proud possession of a Master’s degree.

  • 10 February
  • 16:30–17:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: Writing the literature review for your half-time review

This session focuses on the literature review, an important part of your half-time review (and of your thesis). You now have the literature sources you need, but how do you write the review?
    

  • 14 February
  • 13:00–16:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: iThenticate – a plagiarism detection software

In this workshop we will show you how the iThenticate works, how to upload a document and basic things about interpreting the report. The workshop will be held from a software-oriented perspective. If you want to learn more on how to use sources effectively and transparently in order to improve your academic writing, check out our workshop "Using sources effectively and avoiding plagiarism"

  • 16 February
  • 13:00–14:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Presentation: 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. 

  • 17 February
  • 13:00–13:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

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. 

  • 18 February
  • 10:00–12:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom