Six new Coffee Lectures to attend online
The Library is pleased to invite you to its upcoming Coffee Lectures. Attend these 15-minute online training courses from your office, or from home!
Launched in 2020, the Coffee Lectures are short 15-minute sessions providing practical information (tools, tips, concepts) about various topics (research data management, information retrieval, scientific publishing, or copyright issues).
Register now for the 6 upcoming sessions organized between March 8 and 24, 2022.
Join us with your coffee (or tea) cup!
- Coffee Lecture #13 | Predatory publishers: Welcome to the grey zone
March 8 | 10:00 > 10:15 | Online
• Understand what a predatory journal is
• Know how to recognize predatory publishers and protect the scientific value of your work
- Coffee Lecture #14 | Green Open Access: How to make it work
March 10 | 10:00 > 10:15 | Online
• Understand what Green Open Access is
• Discover some tools that can support you following the Green Road
- Coffee Lecture #15 | Reuse content in my thesis
March 15 | 10:00 > 10:15 | Online
• Understand the particularities of reusing different types of content
• Know how to request permission to reuse copyrighted content in a thesis
- Coffee Lecture #16 | 5 things you should know about Infoscience, the EPFL institutional repository
March 17 | 10:00 > 10:15 | Online
• Identify the role of Infoscience at EPFL and its place in the global Open Science landscape
• Get an overview of its contents
• Discover what services it can provide to the EPFL community
- Coffee Lecture #17 | Introduction to personal data protection in research
March 22 | 10:00 > 10:15 | Online
• Discover what data protection is
• Understand the main opportunities and constraints of data protection in research
• Know who can support you at EPFL
- Coffee Lecture #18 | Science on social networks: A strategic choice
March 24 | 10:00 > 10:15 | Online
• Discover how social networks impact research visibility
• Learn from inspirational scientists’ profiles on Twitter and TikTok
Did you miss the first Coffee Lectures? Previous session podcasts are available on the Library YouTube channel!