Postgraduate, Researcher and Faculty Workshops

Postgraduate, Researcher and Faculty Workshops 研究生及教研人員講座

Workshops and talks on research skills, strategies for publishing in academic journals, research alert, citation management, researcher identifier creating and research impact showcasing are provided to CUHK postgraduates, researchers and faculty members. In addition, discussion workshops such as successful presentations, thesis writing tips and scientific writing are also organized. Attendance proof may be issued on request.

 

Postgraduate Survival Skills Workshops (Jan - Mar  2022)

Sharpening Your Research Skills 

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Date & Time

Venue

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Finding Theses and Dissertations in Your Research Area

This workshop will demonstrate how to locate theses and dissertations from universities in Hong Kong, China and other countries.

17 Jan 2022 (Mon)
2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Online Completed
Exploring Research Information in Multi-disciplinary Databases

This workshop will demonstrate:

  • How to use EBSCOHost and ProQuest to discover research information in your research field
  • Advanced search features in the databases
9 Feb 2022 (Wed)
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Online Completed
Exploring Research Information in Your Field in Citation Databases - Scopus

This workshop will demonstrate:

  • How to use Scopus to discover research information in your research field
  • How to search with topic, keywords, author, author identifier, etc.
  • How to set up search alerts,citation alerts, and journal alerts to receive the most updated information automatically by email
15 Feb 2022 (Tue)
2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Online Completed
Exploring Research Information in Your Field in Citation Databases - Web of Science

This workshop will demonstrate:

  • How to use Web of Science to discover research information in your research field
  • How to search with topic, keywords, author, author identifier, etc.
  • How to set up search alerts,citation alerts, and journal alerts to receive the most updated information automatically by email
18 Feb 2022 (Fri)
2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Online Completed
Literature Review for a Good Research Paper

This workshop will cover:

  • The purpose and process of literature review
  • The structure of a literature review
  • Effective strategies for identifying relevant literature
25 Feb 2022 (Fri)
4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m
Online Video recording

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (English will be used if users require.)

Enquiries: Email to eref@cuhk.edu.hk

 

Managing Citations for Your Research 

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Date & Time

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Managing References Citations with EndNote 20

Demonstrates how to use EndNote 20, a tool for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations and references.

Topics covered:

  • How to download and install EndNote 20 from CUHK Library
  • How to import references into EndNote Desktop from LibrarySearch, databases and organizing them
  • How to create an EndNote online account
  • How to produce bibliographies and in-text citations in a variety of styles (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.) for your papers
19 Jan 2022 (Wed)
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
User Education Room 2, G/F, University Library Completed
24 Feb 2022 (Thu)
2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Online Completed

Acknowledging the Sources – RefWorks Hands-on Experience

This workshop demonstrates how to use RefWorks, a web-based bibliography management tool, to produce bibliographies and in-text references in a variety of citation styles (e.g. MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.).

25 Feb 2022 (Fri)
2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
User Education Room 2, G/F, University Library

Online

Completed
17 Mar 2022 (Thu)
11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.
Online Completed

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (English will be used if users require.)

Enquiries: Email to eref@cuhk.edu.hk

 

Thesis Writing Tips

Capturing readers' interest and communicating the significance of your research effectively can be challenging tasks. Do you want to enhance your writing skills in doing so? 
Co-organized with The Independent Learning Centre (ILC), the Library is pleased to offer the following discussion workshops for research postgraduate students on finding theses, thesis introduction, thesis abstract, literature review, and Chinese thesis writing skills.

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Date & Time

Venue

Registration

Finding Theses and Dissertations in Your Research Area

This workshop will demonstrate how to locate theses and dissertations from universities in Hong Kong, China and other countries.

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (English will be used if users require.)

 

17 Jan 2022 (Mon)
2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Online Completed
Structuring a Thesis Introduction: How to Get Readers Hooked at the Beginning

Instructor: Dr. Yvonne Loong, Senior Lecturer, ILC

In this workshop, you will be introduced to steps for capturing your readers' interest in your research topic, appreciating the significance of your research and understanding your research purpose. Specific language features which are commonly seen in thesis introductions will be discussed and practiced during the workshop.

Medium of Instruction: English

20 Jan 2022 (Thu)
2:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

Digital Scholarship Lab, G/F, University Library Completed
Intensive and Profound: Chinese Thesis Writing Skills

Instructor: Dr. Felix Chao, Senior Lecturer, ILC

If the thesis is not written and formulated in the right way, its key ideas will not be able to be communicated effectively. In this workshop, you will study the good language features of a thesis written in Chinese and learn how to avoid the common errors. You will also be introduced to the skills and choice of words for stating your research and theorizing your arguments. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss how to write definitions for key terms, the introduction and the conclusion.

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese supplemented with Putonghua

21 Jan 2022 (Fri)
2:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Online Completed

Writing an Abstract for Your Thesis: How to Summarize Your Research in 500 Words

Instructor: Dr. Yvonne Loong, Senior Lecturer, ILC

You will learn how to summarize the most important information in your research as well as describe the most significant contributions that your research has made in a concise, readable and impressive manner. Both the structure and language of the thesis abstracts will be discussed during the workshop.

Medium of Instruction: English

24 Jan 2022 (Mon)
2:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

Digital Scholarship Lab, G/F, University Library

Online

Completed
Literature Review for a Good Research Paper

This workshop will cover:

  • The purpose and process of literature review
  • The structure of a literature review
  • Effective strategies for identifying relevant literature

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (English will be used if users require.)

25 Feb 2022 (Fri)
4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m
Online Video recording

Enquiries: Email to eref@cuhk.edu.hk

 

Winning Academic Presentation Skills

The Library is pleased to offer the following three discussion workshops on presentation skills and poster design and presentation that are co-organized with The Independent Learning Centre (ILC) for research postgraduate students.

 

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Date & Time

Venue

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Presentation Skills for Postgraduate Students

Invited Instructor: Dr. Paula Hodgson

This workshop covers the essential strategies that will help you plan and deliver presentations that effectively convey your message at a conference, group meeting or any other research-related event. You will discuss the key steps of the development process and learn how to optimize the design and use of visual aids, as well as how to best present both quantitative and qualitative data. You will also explore various ways of preparing for and dealing with questions.

Dr. Hodgson was one of the pioneers in advocating technology-mediated learning in Hong Kong. She has been invited to present in universities in Hong Kong, Philippine, Malaysia, Vietnam and Russia and share exemplary practices with visitors from Germany, China and many tertiary institutions in Hong Kong. She has presented papers in conferences in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. Information of her published work can be viewed at https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2186-4284

Remark: Participants are recommended to turn the video on during the workshop.

Medium of Instruction: English

1 Mar 2022 (Tue)
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Online Completed
Poster Design and Presentation for Postgraduate Students

Invited Instructor: Dr. Paula Hodgson

This workshop covers poster design essentials to help you effectively present your research, both visually and orally, at poster presentation sessions. Through discussions and the analysis of samples, you will learn how to select content for your poster and communicate it effectively using visual aids. You will also explore key strategies to deliver your poster presentation and deal with questions.

Dr. Hodgson was one of the pioneers in advocating technology-mediated learning in Hong Kong. She has been invited to present in universities in Hong Kong, Philippine, Malaysia, Vietnam and Russia and share exemplary practices with visitors from Germany, China and many tertiary institutions in Hong Kong. She has presented papers in conferences in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. Information of her published work can be viewed at https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2186-4284

Remark: Participants are recommended to turn the video on during the workshop.

Medium of Instruction: English

2 Mar 2022 (Wed)
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Online Completed
Fluent and Successful: Oral Presentation Skills in Chinese

Instructor: Dr. Felix Chao, Senior Lecturer, ILC

In this workshop, you will learn about various types of oral presentations for academic purposes. You will discuss how to make the best use of the presentation format, and will examine the issues that you will need to pay attention to when presenting in Cantonese. You will also discuss the use of multimedia tools and how to deal with difficulties that you might experience during oral presentations.

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese supplemented with Putonghua

8 Mar 2022 (Tue)
2:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.
Online Completed

Enquiries: Email to eref@cuhk.edu.hk

 

Publishing Your Research Workshops

These online workshops for postgraduate students are co-organized by The Independent Learning Centre (ILC) and the Library.

 

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Date & Time

Venue

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Constructing your research paper around an argument: A gateway to publication

Invited Instructor: Paul Nerney

One task of journal editors is to decide whether a submitted manuscript clearly argues how its research findings lead to a new understanding of a research topic. A "yes" increases a manuscript's chances of being peer reviewed. A "no" means the manuscript will probably be rejected. This workshop is broken into three main sections. The first section discusses the challenges to constructing well written midsection arguments. The second section describes a planning strategy for developing arguments in a research paper—reviewing your research topic, problem, and answer. The third section describes follow-up strategies for constructing your claims, reasons, evidence, and responses to alternative arguments. In addition, participants will be taken through a step-by-step analysis of selected arguments from a research paper.

Paul Nerney designed, taught and coordinated courses in English as a Second Language and English as a First-School Language for the Centre for English Language Communication at the National University of Singapore (NUS). He also worked under the NUS Provost’s Office to design, teach and coordinate writing and critical thinking modules for the University Scholars Programme and the University Town Residential Programme. Since 2013, he has designed and conducted workshops for writing and publishing research journal papers throughout South-East and East Asia.

Medium of Instruction: English

27 Apr 2022 (Wed)
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Online Completed
Constructing an Abstract for a Research Paper

Invited Instructor: Paul Nerney

Abstracts are summaries of research journal articles that are typically 100-200 words long. Their main goal is to suggest to potential readers that your paper's research findings match the reader's need to better understand the paper's research topic. This aim makes abstracts an integral part of disseminating your ideas to readers in your research community and beyond. This workshop is broken into two sections. The first section is a discussion built around questions that writers frequently ask about developing well written abstracts for research papers. The second section details and illustrates specific planning strategies for drafting and revising abstracts.

Paul Nerney designed, taught and coordinated courses in English as a Second Language and English as a First-School Language for the Centre for English Language Communication at the National University of Singapore (NUS). He also worked under the NUS Provost’s Office to design, teach and coordinate writing and critical thinking modules for the University Scholars Programme and the University Town Residential Programme. Since 2013, he has designed and conducted workshops for writing and publishing research journal papers throughout South-East and East Asia.

Medium of Instruction: English

28 Apr 2022 (Thu)
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Online Completed
Salient Features of (Publishable) Academic English

Invited Instructor: Susan Lopez-Nerney

Tips on how to produce successful, i.e. publishable, research papers in English abound. The sheer number of tips can confuse writers hoping to break into publication. This workshop presents the most salient features of the language of publishable research papers. The goal is to help writers to identify these features and to understand how and why they work, so that they can replicate these features in their own writing. In this workshop, participants will analyse and discuss these features and learn with other writers who are working towards the same goal -- publication of their work.

Susan Lopez-Nerney designed, coordinated and taught language, writing and professional communication courses for undergraduates and graduates in the Centre for English Language Communication at the National University of Singapore from 1992 until 2013. She has conducted writing workshops for graduate degree candidates and junior faculty in Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia.

Medium of Instruction: English

29 Apr 2022 (Fri)
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Online Completed

Enquiries: Email to eref@cuhk.edu.hk

 

Oral Defence Tips

The Library is pleased to offer a workshop on oral defence co-organized with The Independent Learning Centre (ILC) for research postgraduate students.

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Date & Time

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Designing a Successful Oral Defence

Invited speaker: Dr. Maria Luisa C. Sadorra

This workshop for postgraduate students is designed to prepare participants for their oral defence. It familiarizes them with the common structure and expected content of the defence, and management of public self-presentation. Participants will be introduced to principles of presentation and notions of public persona. Two Q & A sessions will provide opportunities for participants to ask questions and receive feedback specific to their viva.

Dr. Maria Luisa C. Sadorra is a language consultant and independent researcher. She pioneered persona studies at the National University of Singapore (NUS) through the Ideas and Exposition Programme where she offered “Public Persona and Self-Presentation” to undergraduate students at the University Town College Programme. At NUS, she also taught and coordinated undergraduate and postgraduate academic writing and communication courses. 

Remark: Participants are recommended to turn the video on during the workshop.

Medium of Instruction: English

26 Apr 2022 (Tue)
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Online Completed

Enquiries: Email to eref@cuhk.edu.hk

 

Writing and Publishing Scientific Papers

Co-organized with The Independent Learning Centre (ILC), the Library is pleased to offer a workshop on writing and publishing scientific papers for postgraduate students. All Biological, Biomedical, and Life Sciences postgraduate students are welcome!

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Writing and Publishing Scientific Papers

Invited speaker: Dr. Sarah E. Webb

Scientific writing is a central part of the scientific process as the ability to effectively communicate your research findings is a key requirement for success. Professional scientists worldwide are evaluated by the quantity and quality of articles they publish, and many PG students are now required to write and publish at least one paper before they graduate. Receiving a solid foundation in scientific writing is therefore of utmost importance. In this workshop, the speaker will provide a simple guide to scientific writing, and break down the process of writing and publishing a scientific article into easily understandable steps. She will start by describing the IMRAD (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion) system of formatting scientific manuscripts and then participants shall look in more detail at the specific formatting requirements of different journals.

Dr. Sarah E Webb was born and brought up in the UK. She obtained a BSc. (Hons.) in Biochemistry at the University of Bath, and a PhD in Cell Biology from King’s College London. She has worked in Hong Kong for over 25 years, first at the CUHK and then at the HKUST. She is currently a Visiting Scholar in the Division of Life Science at the HKUST, where she pursues her interest in investigating the role of Ca2+ in embryogenesis. She has many years’ experience in writing, proof-reading and editing scientific research articles and reviews, and has taught a number of scientific writing courses and workshops. Dr. Webb also runs a company (EDITXL) to help academics and students in Hong Kong and China proof-read and edit their work.

Medium of Instruction: English

6 May 2022 (Fri)
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Online Completed

Enquiries: Email to eref@cuhk.edu.hk

 

Researcher Workshops (Jan - May 2022)

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Date & Time

Venue

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Open Access Publishing with PLOS Journals

Speaker: Sara Rouhi (Director, Strategic Partnerships, PLOS)

From Jan 2022, CUHK authors can publish open access articles in the Public Library of Science (PLOS) journals for free. Join this online workshop to learn about:

  • PLOS Journals: Which journals to publish?
  • PLOS-CUHK OA Agreement Models
  • How to publish? Author Submission Procedures
  • Fee waiver for CUHK authors
25 Jan 2022 (Tue)
9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Online Completed
NVivo: A Powerful Tool to Address Your Research Questions

Speaker: Dr. Paula Hodgson

This workshop will cover the key concepts on using NVivo for qualitative research. Starting with research questions, participants will gain ideas from making coding to reading abstracts to extending coding in journal articles as an illustration. Alternatively, researchers can make coding based on the conceptual framework that they are working on.

Through coding with categories/themes, you may learn to create queries to make initial visualization and analysis from a mix of interviews and survey results. You will learn the process of coding while building an understanding of how evidence can be gathered from the cycle to confirm the existing conceptual framework or build a new model for further analysis.

The demonstration will be conducted with the latest version in Windows.

Remarks:

  • Interested participants are required to have your own notebooks/laptops installed with the new NVivo before attending the workshop.
  • For those using previous versions of NVivo, please note that the software interface of the new version is not the same as yours. (The trial version of NVivo only lasted for 14 days.)
24 Feb 2022 (Thu)
10:30 a.m. –
12:00 noon

Digital Scholarship Lab, G/F, University Library

Online

Completed
NVivo: Strategies to Advance Qualitative Data Analysis

Speaker: Dr. Paula Hodgson

With the latest version of NVivo, the advanced workshop will use research examples to illustrate features and functionalities to allow researchers to use an inductive or deductive approach to sources of data when analysing qualitative data. Coding allows us to formulate a framework or identify sources of evidence with respect to the approaches used. Categories emerge when individual coding is clustered into levels of sub-themes. To address research questions, researchers can further explore relationships between or within cases. The queries function in NVivo allows researchers to retrieve matrix results easily. In addition, NVivo also offers an alternative approach to textual script analysis that provides fresh scope from the sea of data such that this can provide an enlightened scope in addition to existing theories.

The demonstration will be conducted with the latest version in Windows.

Remarks:

  • Participants must have experience in using NVivo. No demonstration on basic steps on uploading files to NVivo, coding and organization of coding in the workshop.
  • Interested participants are advised to have your own notebooks/laptops with new NVivo installed before attending the workshop. (The trial version of NVivo only lasted for 14 days.)
  • For those using previous versions of NVivo, please note that the software interface of the new version is not the same as yours.
  • Participants are encouraged to use your own qualitative research project data to practise the steps including setting cases and comparison of cases in the session.
  • Priority of registration will be given to staff and postgraduates who have already attended the workshop on “NVivo: A Powerful Tool to Address Your Research Questions".
22 Mar 2022 (Tue)
10:30 a.m. –
12:00 noon

Digital Scholarship Lab, G/F, University Library

Online

Completed

Medium of Instruction: English

Understanding Open Access Publishing

The workshop will cover:

  • What is open access and its implication on research impact
  • Different types of open access and their archiving policies
  • Open Access publishing opportunities with the CUHK’s Open Access Agreements
  • Points to consider when publishing in open access journals
13 Jan 2022 (Thu)
4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Online Video recording
Author Identifiers: Making Yourself Distinguishable

An author ID is to distinguish yourself accurately in the research community from others with similar names so that your scholarly publications can be easily recognized.

This workshop will demonstrate:

  • What are ORCID, Publon, Scopus Author Profile, and Google Scholar Profile
  • How to record your research activities such as your publications and presentations in these systems
  • How to transfer information from these systems to AIMS
10 Mar 2022 (Thu)
4:00 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.

User Education Room 2, G/F, University Library

Online

Video recording
Using ATLAS.ti for Qualitative Data Analysis

This workshop will introduce how to use ATLAS.ti to conduct qualitative data analysis. Participants will learn how to use ATLAS.ti to conduct:

  • Data description, such as creating codes, coding, using memo, and writing comments on your data
  • Data analysis and interpretation such as using the functions of hyperlink, network view, query tool, and co-occurrence to explore patterns
29 Mar 2022 (Tue)
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Online Completed

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (English will be used if users require.)

Open Access Publishing with Cambridge University Press (CUP): Humanities and Social Sciences Journals 

Speaker: Joe Ng (Acquisitions editor, CUP)

Short description:

  • Publishing landscape for Open Access journals and books
  • Publishing opportunities with the CUHK’s Open Access Agreements
  • Tips on journal selection, submission and the editorial review process
  • Overview of the CUP journals and author services
26 May 2022 (Thu)
11:00 a.m. –
12:00 noon
Online Click here to register

Medium of Instruction: English

Enquiries: Email to research@lib.cuhk.edu.hk

 

Digital Scholarship and Research Data Workshops (Jan - Mar 2022)

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Understanding Research Data Management

Research data management refers to the collection, analysis, archive, sharing, and reuse of research data. This workshop will introduce the principles in managing data, the practice of managing and depositing research data. It will also emphasize how sharing and reuse of research data influence your research impact.

25 Jan 2022 (Tue)
10:30 a.m. –
11:30 a.m.
(English session)
Online Completed
Writing Data Management Plans with DMPTool

A data management plan (DMP) is a written document that outlines how research data are managed in a research project. Some funding agencies require researchers to prepare a DMP at the proposal preparation stage. CUHK has been affiliated with DMPTool, on which templates of some popular funding agencies are also available. Besides introducing the rationale of having a DMP, this workshop will guide you to write a DMP with DMPTool.

27 Jan 2022 (Thu)
11:30 a.m. –
12:30 p.m.
(English session)
Online Completed

A Quick Glance of Online Text Analysing Tools

This online workshop will introduce the concept of text analysis and a few examples of text analysis tools.  An online text analysing tool – Voyant Tools (http://www.voyant-tools.org/) will be demonstrated to give handy results of textual materials, no matter they are in text file or online.

10 Feb 2022 (Thu)
3:00 p.m. –
4:15 p.m.
Online Completed
Research Data in the Big Data Era

In the big data era, data become a necessity for research. They are not only confined to an excel table, but also in many other forms. This workshop will introduce what data are, the roles of research data in the data life cycle, and what constitutes big data. It will also present the basic concepts of data science and data analytics.

15 Feb 2022 (Tue)
11:30 a.m. –
12:30 p.m.
(English session)
Online Completed
Effective Use of The CUHK Research Data Repository

The CUHK Research Data Repository is the University’s research data repository. It aims to facilitate CUHK researchers to deposit, publish, and curate their research data outputs and for the worldwide to discover, access, and reuse the data. This workshop will introduce the functions of this Research Data Repository, and the effective methods for better data management, including how to publish and share data in the Repository, and deposit data for peer review.

18 Feb 2022 (Fri)
10:30 a.m. –
11:30 a.m.
(English session)
Online Completed

Visualising Network Relationships with Gephi

Gephi is a free software for visualisation and exploration of graphs and networks.  This workshop will demonstrate the use of the software in turning your data into network graphs to discover hidden message.

Remarks:
Participants can install Gephi 0.9.2 (https://gephi.org/) and replated plugins in their device.

23 Feb 2022 (Wed)
11:00 a.m. –
12:15 p.m.
Online Completed

Introduction to Python for Data Analysis
Invited Speaker: Dr. LO Man Fung Kelvin, Lecturer, BSSc Programme in Data Science and Policy Studies, CUHK

Topics:

  • Basic Data Types and Computational Operations
  • Data Acquisition and Pre-processing with NumPy and pandas
  • Data Visualization with Matplotlib/Seaborn
  • Statistical analysis with statsmodels/scikit-learn
  • Introduction to Web Scraping with Beautiful Soup

Remarks:

  1. Participants are highly recommended to install "Anaconda Individual Editionbefore the workshop.  You can refer to the following videos:
  1. Alternatively, participants may use the trial versions at:

11 Mar 2022 (Fri)
2:00 p.m. –
5:00 p.m.

Digital Scholarship Lab, G/F, University Library
Online

Completed

Introduction to ArcGIS and QGIS for Digital Scholarship Projects

The use of GIS software is effective in showcasing spatial-temporal relationships in research analysis.  This workshop will demonstrate the basic use of ArcGIS Pro and QGIS for spatial data display and perform simple spatial analysis.

Remarks:
Both ArcGIS Pro and QGIS are available for use at the workstations in DS Lab.  For home practice:

18 Mar 2022 (Fri)
3:00 p.m. –
4:45 p.m.

Online Completed

Medium of Instruction: Cantonese (English will be used if users require.)
Enquiries: Email to dslab@lib.cuhk.edu.hk

 

Improving Postgraduate Learning (IPL) Courses offered by Library

The Improving Postgraduate Learning (IPL) programme, organized by the Graduate School and the Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research (CLEAR), is a structured and cross-disciplinary framework which aims to facilitate the learning of research skills for all postgraduate students. It is highly recommended for postgraduate students to build a solid foundation for their postgraduate studies. All postgraduates are welcome to join!

Topics:

Research Data Management for Your Discipline

This course focuses on research data management which is designed for ALL 1st-year research postgraduate students and taught doctoral students. It is highly recommended to enhance your research skills in managing research data.

The workshop will cover:

  • Overview of research data management 
  • Data Management Plans (DMPs) and using DMPTool to create DMPs
  • Dataset deposit
  • Data collection and reuse 
  • Data ethics 

Discipline / Course

Date & Time

Venue

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Research Data Management for Multi-disciplines 20 Jan 2022 (Thu)
6:00 p.m. –
8:00 p.m.
Online Completed

Medium of Instruction: English

Enquiries: 
Email: clear@cuhk.edu.hk
Phone: 3943 6201

 

Observing Intellectual Property and Copyright Law during Research

On-line course available on Blackboard
Compulsory for ALL RESEARCH postgraduate students

Registration: Click here to register

Medium of Instruction: English

Enquiries: 
Email: clear@cuhk.edu.hk
Phone: 3943 6201

 

Request a Seminar

Course instructors and students in groups may request seminars for a particular subject area or a specific assignment at any time during the year. From the planning stage of a course or research project, Liaison Librarians with different subject backgrounds can work with you to strengthen research skills for gathering and managing scholarly information sources.

Please contact Research Services (for postgraduate training requirements) for details.