Doctoral candidates in law, theology, humanities, educational and social sciences.
The course supports participants in developing their research related information management skills.
Information Management for Doctoral Candidates, Autumn 2018, 16.10. – 17.12.2018.
There are five voluntary in-class sessions:
Session 1: Finding and Managing Information
Tue 30.10.2018 Two groups: 14.15–16.00 (Law) / 16.15–18.00 (All other fields) Kaisa House, IT class 5057
Session 2: Research Evaluation Tools
Thu 01.11.2018 14.15–16.00 Kaisa House, IT class 5057
Session 3: TUHAT Research Information System and Online Presence
Tue 06.11.2018 14.15–16.00 Kaisa House, IT class 5057
Session 4: Publishing
Thu 15.11.2018 14-16 Kaisa House, conference room 7062
Session 5: Research Data Management Basics
Three alternative sessions with the same content:
Tue 23.10. at 10-12
Thu 22.11. at 12-14
Tue 11.12. at 10-12
Kaisa House, IT class 5057
The course consists of the following topics:
1) Finding and managing research information
2) Research evaluation and impact
3) Online presence and TUHAT Research Information System
5) Research data management
and open access as an ongoing thread.
There are compulsory assignments in the closed Moodle course area. You will be sent the enrollment key before the course starts.
All in-class sessions are voluntary – you can also choose to complete this course online.
pass / fail
Leena Koivula (leena.koivula[at]helsinki.fi)
Mikko Ojanen (mikko.ojanen[at]helsinki.fi)