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Repository Training

The Research Office are continuing to run several practical sessions during April, and this week’s workshops are scheduled as follows:

Wednesday 13 April 2011, 2-3.30pm in the Mezzanine IT Suite, Chad Varah House, Cathedral Campus

Friday 15 April 2011, 12-1.30pm in UL101, GCW, Brayford Campus

These ninety minute workshops will demonstrate how to upload your publications to the Lincoln Repository, provide guidance on publishers’ copyright policies, as well as writing the necessary metadata to assist the search engines sourcing their work.

Please send an e-mail to eprints@lincoln.ac.uk to book a place, or to receive further details on the other sessions scheduled, or to arrange a one to one appointment.

The sessions are open to both research and administrative staff involved in uploading publications to the Lincoln Repository.  No prior knowledge is required to attend.

Did you know……

It isn’t just text-based items that can be deposited onto the Lincoln Repository.  A wide range of creative and applied arts research can also be showcased, from digital versions of painting, photography, film, graphic and textile design, to records of performances, shows and installations.

To arrange a demonstration of The Lincoln Repository, please contact the Repository team via e-mail address eprints@lincoln.ac.uk.

Lincoln Repository Friendly Reminder

Some Books

Please deposit your research outputs for publication period October – December 2010, as soon as possible.  The next Quarterly Research Outputs report (Q4) will be generated from Repository data on 31 March 2011. 

The Research Office is continuing to run several practical sessions on the Lincoln Repository.  We will demonstrate how to upload your publications to  the Repository, provide guidance on publishers’ copyright policies, as well as writing the necessary metadata to assist the search engines sourcing their work.

For details on the workshops currently scheduled, or to arrange a quick refresher session at your desk, please e-mail eprints@lincoln.ac.uk.