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Submitting your thesis: an introduction to open access publishing & impact

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This training will take place online. Birkbeck postgraduate research students can access the session through this link. The link to the Collaborate session will be available shortly before the session is due to begin.

Library support for researchers – Submitting your thesis, an introduction to publishing and impact 

The Birkbeck Library is a key resource for postgraduate researchers. In order to introduce you to the library and how it can support you at each stage of your PhD you are invited to attend this session on Library Support for Researchers. Attending this session will provide you with valuable preparation for your PhD research and the library resources available to you as doctoral students. You will have the opportunity to meet with colleagues from the library, other PhD researchers at Birkbeck and to ask questions.

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This session is aimed at those close to submitting their thesis and will:

  • Provide information on submitting your thesis using ORBIT
  • Introduce Birkbeck Institutional Research Online (BIROn)
  • Consider approaches to measuring research impact
  • Introduce options for creating a researcher profile online

The session will be facilitated by:

  • Paul Rigg, Senior Assistant Librarian (Repository & Digital Media Management)
  • David McElroy, Research Data Support Manager

Mapping to the Researcher Development Framework:

Domain A: Knowledge and intellectual abilities

A1 - Knowledge Base A2 - Cognitive Abilities

Domain B: Personal effectiveness

B1 – Personal QualitiesB2 – Self Management

Domain C: Research governance and organisation

C1 – Professional Conduct

Domain D: Communication, influence and impact

D2 – Communication and DisseminationD3 – Engagement and Impact

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About the BGRS: The Birkbeck Graduate Research School (BGRS) offers support and training to Birkbeck's vibrant community of MPhil/PhD researchers. The BGRS training opportunities listed below are part of a wider range of professional development opportunities available to you - please refer to the Professional Development section of the BGRS Moodle site for further details.

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