This March, the Repository Team have arranged a number of training sessions to try and ensure that all those who would like to attend a session are able to. Details of the specific sessions we are running is below:
1) Fri 14 Mar, 09.30-11.30:
Adding your Thesis to the Repository, Frenchay Library Room 4D24
2) Weds 19 Mar, 14.00-15.30:
Joint Staff Profiles and Repository Training Session, Frenchay Library Room 4D24
Need help updating your staff profile pages? Struggling to get to grips with adding your work to the repository? This session will explain how to find people's staff profiles, edit your details, add your work to the repository and make sure your publications list is correct. You'll also have a chance to ask questions and have a go at adding items, with staff close on hand to help.
3) Thurs 20 Mar, 12.00-13.00:
Repository Training Session, Glenside Library Teaching Room 2D09
Are you struggling to get to grips with adding your work to the repository? This session will cover what the repository is and why we have one, answers to common questions and guides to adding items.
See the Repository Training Sessions pages for more information or to sign up, or contact the Repository Team at email@example.com.
During the coming fortnight, this blog will be updated with daily blog posts. You will learn more about what the Repository Team is up to, and about some of our recent work.
The posts will focus on a range of repository-related activities, including:
- Training sessions we are currently running
- Termly statistics for Dec 2013-Feb 2014
- A review of a recent event on the State of Play in Open Access
- Repository video guides we have created
- The Research and Knowledge Exchange Voice article
Our first post tomorrow will focus on the training sessions that we are running for the remainder of March.
Posted by Veronica Morin-Quintal