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Cambridge PhD Clinic: How to track the impact of your publications

When Jun 07, 2018
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where Sociology Seminar Room (1st floor), Dept. of Sociology, Free School Lane
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Have you just published that first paper and are wondering how to disseminate your exciting findings amongst your colleagues? Or would you like to know who is reading your work and where your biggest twitter audience is coming from? Or are you looking for the best way to share discussions and research from the groundbreaking conference you are attending?

Then the next PhD Clinic workshop is for you.

We have invited a range of speakers to provide us with some pointers and hands-on experience on tracking and generating research impact: Helen Murphy (English Library), Clare Trowell (Marshall Library), Katie Hughes (Office of Scholarly Communication) and Matthias Ammon (MML Library)

Places are allocated on a first come first served basis, so register soon to avoid disappointment!

The Cambridge PhD Clinic runs a series of informal interdisciplinary workshops for graduate students in the language, natural and social sciences at the University of Cambridge to help them gain practical skills. We are funded by the ESRC DTP and by Cambridge Language Sciences. Visit our website http://cambridgephdclinic.com/ and join our facebook group https://www.facebook.com/Cambridge.Phd.Clinic/ to keep updated on our exciting events.

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