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An RDC session for 1st Year PhD Fluid Dynamics students (Division A) in the Department of Engineering

Develop your information searching skills and learn the best ways to find relevant and useful resources. The session will cover:

  • Search strategy
  • Search methods
  • Where to search
  • Troubleshooting common problems
  • Staying up to date
  • Managing your references

Please bring a laptop or other web-enabled device with you to the session. The session slides will be made available on Moodle.

An RDC session for 1st year PhD students (Division A-Fluid), Department of Engineering.

Learn how and why to keep your information and data organised, stored and accessible by creating a Data Management Plan. The session will cover: What data are you using?, Creating vs reusing data, Storage, organisation and version control, Data safety and backing up, Sharing your data. Please bring a laptop or other web-enabled device with you to the session. Slides from the session will be made available on Moodle.

Please note that this session takes place in Holger’s Office, BE2-03.

Please note that this session takes place in Holger’s Office, BE2-03.

Please note that this session takes place in Holger’s Office, BE2-03.

Please note that this session takes place in Holger’s Office, BE2-03.

Please note that this session takes place in Holger’s Office, BE2-03.

Please note that this session takes place in Holger’s Office, BE2-03.

Please note that this session takes place in Holger’s Office, BE2-03.

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Please note the venue is Holger's office, Room BE2-03.

Please note the venue is Holger's office, Room BE2-03.

Conference abstracts (Engineering RDC Division A: Fluids) new Fri 29 May 2020   14:15 Not bookable

Please note the venue is Holger's office, Room BE2-03.

Please note the venue is Holger's office, Room BE2-03.

An RDC session for 1st year PhD students (Division A-Fluids), Department of Engineering.

Explore different ways to share your research outputs with the wider world, including publishing, Open Access, and engaging with different audiences.

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