Monday, December 2, 2013

Tools for early researchers from Elsevier. worth a look

Elsevier has developed tools for early researchers.
  • Developing a successful career in research and publishing requires a broad skill set so we've created a new center on Elsevier.com, Early Career Resources, especially with the early career researcher in mind. Available for your use is an extensive collection of information, videos, guides, recommended reading and more.
  • Understanding the ethical boundaries in scientific research and publishing is a key step in making sure an author's work gets off to the right start. Elsevier's ethics website contains a downloadable toolkit, videos and webcasts covering topics from plagiarism to research misconduct.
  • Free bite-sized online training webcasts from PublishingConnect have useful tips and tricks on a range of valuable topics, for example: 'How to get published', 'Getting your paper noticed', and "The Impact Factor and Other Bibliometric Indicators".
  • To keep up to date with further resources and author related services, subscribe to their Authors' Update. This free quarterly newsletter is jam-packed with relevant information and useful tools for scholars.

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Posted by K. Jane

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