Webinars for Early Career Researchers

As a part of our early career researcher support efforts, we provide regularly-scheduled and customized instruction on advanced searching, citing, and communicating research in English for doctoral students and early career researchers.

Webinars are free of charge and open for everyone; NTK registration is not required.

Summer Semester 2021

April 29
14:00 - 15:00

Navigating Scientific Resources & Staying Organized: Making It Easier to Write a Ph.D. Dissertation, Article, or Proposal 

Instructors: Tomáš Razím and Nadežda Firsová

May 6
14:00 - 15:00

Academic Integrity & Online Presence 

Instructors: Olga Martinová and Nadežda Firsová

Registration:

Please fill in the registration form for each webinar you wish to attend. We will send you instructions for connecting to the given webinar by email.

Technical and software requirements:

  • You will need your laptop, desktop computer, tablet, or mobile phone with a microphone. Make sure you have access to a high-speed internet connection.

  • The webinar will be conducted on NTK BigBlueButton.

Materials:

Slides and other presented materials will be available in NTK Moodle Course.

Webinars Details and Registration

Navigating Scientific Resources & Staying Organized: Making It Easier to Write a Ph.D. Dissertation, Article, or Proposal

April 29 at 2 p.m. (60 minutes)

Who should participate? 

This webinar is designed primarily for doctoral students who are writing dissertations or scientific articles. Anyone interested in searching, evaluating, and citing academic resources is also very welcome.

What topics will be covered?

Learn how to conduct literature reviews for your dissertation or articles and how to organize yourself through this process. Topics include (but are not limited to): 

  • How can I save time when searching for literature and accessing full-text articles?
  • Getting full texts of materials that are hard-to-find
  • Staying organized while writing (using citation managers and notes)
  • Author identifiers (ORCID, ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID) and how to use them effectively
  • Strategic decision-making about where to publish the outputs of my work (i.e. identifying, evaluating, and targeting journals and conferences)

Instructors

Tomáš Razím and Nadežda Firsová

Registration for Navigating Scientific Resources & Staying Organized: Making it easier to write a Ph.D. dissertation, article, or proposal - April, 29 at 2 p.m.
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Academic integrity & Online Presence

May 6 at 2 p.m. (60 minutes)

Who should participate? 

This webinar is designed primarily for doctoral students, but everyone who is interested in scholarly communication is welcome.

Ethics and academic integrity play a crucial role in the scientific endeavor and are aimed at ensuring the trustworthiness and reliability of scientific results. This workshop includes academic integrity concepts and tips, such as avoiding plagiarism. Promoting one’s research activities is another important part of an academic career over the long term. This workshop provides tips for early career researchers in showcasing their activities.

What topics will be covered? 

  • What is scientific misconduct, and how does one avoid it?
  • Publication Ethics: what is important to keep in mind when publishing an article or designing a project in order to avoid possible breaches of academic integrity?
  • Online tools for making scientific work more visible.
  • Author identifiers (ORCID, ResearcherID, Scopus Author ID) and how to use them effectively.

Instructors

Olga Martinová and Nadežda Firsová

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Editor: Alena Chodounská Last modified: 21.4. 2021 14:04