In achieving their research goals, researchers within your organization face key challenges: preparing winning proposals, obtaining funding, building networks, communicating effectively and demonstrating impact, among others. As a librarian, by applying your specialized knowledge and skills to research lifecycle success factors you create new value and a work paradigm as a partner in the process.
In this webinar, two librarians and a faculty expert in the area of impact will discuss specific examples and steps librarians can take to have a significant and recognizable contribution within the research lifecycle. An embedded librarian will demonstrate how she uses Mendeley as a tool for collaborative systematic reviews (a form of literature review). And a researcher and grant support services librarian explores how liaison librarians can support research grant proposals. Finally a faculty expert who trains researchers around the world on a relational approach to embedding impact in their research will examine the role librarians can play in the five steps to research impact.
Targeting the librarian’s role in research services
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 North American EST (15:00-16:00 GMT, 16:00-17:00 CET)
- Advantage of working like an embedded librarian
- From research support to partner with systematic reviews
- Knowledge management in the grant-writing process
- Post-award processes, including dissemination and online profiles
- Five steps to fast track the impact of research
- Principles for effective knowledge exchange
Nina Exner, Assistant Head, Researcher and Grant Support Services Librarian, North Carolina A&T State University
Nina provides graduate and faculty support at NC A&T through teaching, consultation, scholarly communications, and collaboration with Sponsored Research professionals. She supports original researchers' needs around publication and funded research. As a doctoral candidate at the University of North Carolina, her research involves the organizational and information effects on developing researchers. More …
Amanda Horsman, Academic Medical Librarian, Université de Moncton
As the satellite librarian for a distributed medical program, Amanda is responsible for information literacy instruction, facilitating “evidence based medicine” research, organizational data management and information brokering. She is active in the Academy of Health Information Professionals and pursuing Interdisciplinary PhD studies at University of New Brunswick. More …
Mark Reed, Professor, Newcastle University
Mark is a recognized international expert in impact research with more than 100 publications. He has won awards for the impact of his work as a professor at Newcastle University and research manager for an international charity. His work has been funded by ESRC, NERC, AHRC and BBSRC, and he regularly collaborates and publishes with scholars ranging from the arts and humanities to physical sciences. More…
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