Category Archives: teaching and training

Report on EAHIL 2017

Each year, the European Association for Health Information and Libraries (EAHIL) holds a conference, where librarians, educators, healthcare workers and researchers come from all over the world for talks, workshops, and posters on all aspects of medical librarianship. This year … Continue reading

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Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning Teaching Forum 2017

Last year, the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning hosted its inaugural Teaching Forum, a one-day conference bringing together all Cambridge staff with responsibility for, or interest in, teaching provision at the University. You can read my write-up of last … Continue reading

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Moore March Munches

Over the past two weeks, Georgina Cronin of the Moore Library has been running a series of lunchtime sessions aimed at researchers. Dubbed ‘March Munches’, these have covered everything from data sharing to social media and online presence. This was … Continue reading

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23 Research Things – Thing 21

We’re in the final week of this programme, and today’s Thing deals with managing citations. This is a topic about which I know a fair bit, as I run regular group training sessions on reference management software, as well as … Continue reading

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23 Research Things – Thing 20

Today is all about data visualisation, which I have to admit is not a subject I’ve given a huge amount of thought in the past. This programme has been great in this way, getting me to consider aspects of research … Continue reading

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23 Research Things – Thing 18

Today’s focus is on a subject near and dear to my heart, research data management. I’ve been teaching on this subject both within my own library and to groups in various other departments around Cambridge as part of last year’s … Continue reading

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23 Research Things – Thing 10

Today’s Thing is focused on communicating complex ideas effectively, and rather than detailing a particular resource or tool, it’s a more conceptual activity. The idea is to reflect on ways to communicate research in lots of different contexts, going beyond … Continue reading

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