Kalender

Workshop: Screening in Rayyan

Screening references for inclusion / exclusion is a vital, although sometimes daunting, task when writing a review. This workshop will help you get started with the free, online tool Rayyan. We will show you how to setup an account, different ways to cooperate with fellow reviewers, blinding options and much more.

In order to make the workshop as efficient as possible we encourage you to setup an account with Rayyan before the workshop starts.

  • 5 April
  • 10:00–12:00 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.

  • 6 April
  • 13:00–15:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Master's webinar: Writing a Discussion

This webinar will focus on the function and structure of the discussion section of your thesis, on the relationship between the discussion and other parts of the thesis, and on how to make this section of your text nuanced, clear and effective. During this webinar, we will analyze and discuss one sample discussion. You will also get hands-on advice on how to work with your own text after the webinar.

  • 7 April
  • 13:00–15:00 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. 

  • 7 April
  • 13:00–13:30 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.

  • 13 April
  • 13:00–16:00 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. 

  • 14 April
  • 13:00–15:30 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?
    

  • 25 April
  • 13:00–16:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Presentation: Find supplementary data through Europe PubMed Central (PMC) and BioStudies

In 30 minutes, these two interconnected ELIXIR Open Science databases will be presented. Europe PMC contains bibliographic records and Open Access full text articles which have been text-mined to highlight key concepts and link to other data sources. Europe PMC is also linked to BioStudies that contains supplementary research data. 

  • 27 April
  • 12:00–12:30 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Master's webinar: Writing an Abstract

The abstract is a short but central part of any scientific text, including the Master’s thesis. During this webinar, you will receive hands-on tips, techniques, writing practice and feedback, all of which will help you write a concise and comprehensive abstract.

  • 27 April
  • 13:00–15:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom

Workshop: Using sources effectively and avoiding plagiarism

A central aspect of academic communication is using sources in a clear and transparent way – a fact which is reflected in the doctoral education at KI. During this workshop, you will learn how to use sources effectively, in ways which will improve your academic writing and help you avoid plagiarising unintentionally.
 

  • 28 April
  • 9:00–12:00 CET
  • Online
    Zoom