Manage your author identity with ORCID

ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) is an international registry of persistent digital identifiers to connect authors and creators to all their research and scholarly works. The ORCID identifier helps to solve the problems of common names, misattributions, and multiple affiliations over a career.  This workshop will help you get registered and start populating your … Continue reading

New skills for a new year

Check out the fresh selection of the libraries’ Researcher Workshops for 2017  Whether you’re looking to choose an appropriate citation management system, stay up-to-date with relevant research literature or develop your own data management plan, Researcher Workshops provide an opportunity for you to gain practical information and enhance your research skillset. Attending one or even … Continue reading

Research Essentials – Training Session at NJM

Due to popular demand, the NJM Library will be holding an extra GradSteps session on Research Essentials. This session will highlight library tools and services that every graduate student should know. Learn about searching for theses, document delivery, article alerts, an overview of citation management software and more. What: Research Essentials When: Tuesday, October 5 … Continue reading

Researcher Workshop Series – 2016/17 Series

The 2016-17 Researcher Workshop series will be starting soon. The Health Sciences Libraries will be running free lunchtime sessions once a month at both the NJM Library and St. Boniface Research Centre, focused on topics that will provide new ways for participants to enhance their technical expertise and expand their research presence. Topics to be … Continue reading