Tag: research

Artstor Digital Library citations: save them or lose them (over the summer)!

Do you have any citations saved in Artstor Digital Library that you will need over the summer?  If so, please save them before the end of the month.  When Artstor begins its migration to its new platform on 1 June 2017, you will lose

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Platforms from which to launch your research career

Did you know that our video library of research methods from Sage, Sage Research Methods, includes videos explaining how to use social media and other online tools to increase the visibility and impact of your research publications? Next time you want to

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Out with the old: Parade gives way to Pure

With the transfer of PhD theses from Parade to the new Research Portal, the old Parade website is due to be discontinued later this year.  Set up around 10 years ago, Parade was once the main publication store for the University.  Our

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Research without limits: reading things the Library does not stock

If you find something you really want, even if we don’t hold it in the library in print or online you can very often still get it, and quickly.  Click “Read more” for our guide to getting your hands on materials

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One for the researchers: introducing SciVal

Calling all researchers: find out how to use SciVal, Scopus and Web of Science to help your research. You can find out more about SciVal in particular at the Understanding bibliometric data workshop of the Researcher Development Programme: book now for the 2

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PURE joy: Library support for disseminating your research

Every publication has to be submitted to the institutional PURE repository immediately upon acceptance by the journal in which it is published in order to satisfy the HEFCE Open Access Policy and eligibility for inclusion in REF assessments.  Sounds scary?  It

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Open Access in under two minutes

Free citations, visibility and impact for you, for your research, for good.  Here is (almost) everything you need to know about open access in under two minutes.  For everything else, please speak to our Research Outputs Team at openaccess@port.ac.uk.

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Introducing… Sage Research Methods

Sometimes questions about research methods and statistics just cannot wait (or perhaps you are a lecturer and/or Maths Café tutor yourself).  At times like these, resources such as Sage Research Methods can be particularly helpful.  Spanning many different disciplines from the social sciences to statistical mathematics, and levels

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Lay the foundations for your career in Engineering

Interested in getting up to speed with engineering research?  Try the Engineering Academic Challenge: an immersive interdisciplinary problem-set based competition built around 5 trans-disciplinary themes including the future of energy, manufacture and medicine.  The first problem-set will go live in two weeks

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Stepping through the television screen

What do archive footage of a fireworks display, a dinosaur, a human heart and an old BBC logo have in common? They have all been used as test subjects for floating ‘holographic’ images in an experiment by the BBC and visual effects

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