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Training sessions 2017

Patent search for researchers

Scanning patent databases for topical patent publications in your field of research is a key skill for researchers in fields related to innovations and applied research. Many technical discoveries are never published in academic literature but can be found in open patent databases. Patent literature search for related technology is also required in many Tekes and Horizon 2020 funding calls.
 
Patent databases for researchers is a basic introductory lecture and training session offered by the Library on how to search for technical and stakeholder information in open patent databases Espacenet and Patentscope. After an introduction to the contents and search techniques there will be time to conduct your own searches and get assistance from the information specialist. The lecture is in English.
 
The lecture and training session will take place on 18 October, 2017, 9-11 a.m. at Turku School of Economics, Rehtorinpellonkatu 3, IT class Atk3 (T57 on the campus map).

Please register via e-form.
For more information, please contact information specialist Anna Salmi. 

RefWorks training session

  • Monday 13.11 at 14-16 Teutori, Sammio (computer class 103) 
Please sign up for the training session via this web form.  Sign up the day before the training session at 12 o'clock at the latest. The session will take place if there are at least 5 enrolments. If the training session is cancelled we will inform of that separately. 

RefWorks webinar

  •   Thursday 9.11. at 16:30-17:30 (Adobe Connect Pro) 

 Please sign up  for the webinar via this web form. Sign up at the latest 7.11.2017 at 12 o'clock. We will send you more information about the webinar after the registration has ended.

Mendeley webinar

  •  Wednesday 8.11. at 16:30-17:30 (Adobe Connect Pro) 

Please sign up  for the webinar via this web form. Sign up at the latest 6.11.2017 at 12 o'clock. We will send you more information about the webinar after the registration has ended.

How to find my h-index?

Learn how to find your h-index and the citation counts to your articles. During the training the library's information specialists will provide information on the most common pitfalls in determining the citation counts and the h-index of a researher and how to avoid them.

The training session will introduce the following three databases and their main differences in calculationg the h-indices and the citation numbers:

  • Web of Science
  • Scopus
  • Google Scholar

The topics covered will also include the importance of affiliation information and finding journal impact factors. It may be worth while to bring your updated list of publications with you!

Training in English will be arranged

  • Tuesday, 28.11. at 16:30-18:00, IT-class 103 (Sammio), Teutori building, Lemminkäisenkatu 3

Please sign up for the training session via this web form.

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