Webinar Series: Do Your Research Work @Home

Title: Do Your Research Work @home: Read-Write-Draw-Promote Series: 1. Read the full-text structurally 2. Write good plain language summary of your publication 3. Draw graphical abstract of your publication 4. Promote your work online Duration: 30 minutes per session Webinar Platform: Zoom Watch the webinar

iGroup Online Information & Education Conference 2019

Sypnosis: The evolving nature of scholarly communication demands academic librarians to take up a bolder role in supporting research rather than merely remaining behind a desk providing access to materials. The emergence of open access, the privilege of access to infinite resources packaged in the form of bits and bytes, has presented a golden opportunity…

Library Transformation Workshop – Petronas

Sypnosis: This is a workshop of defining the evolving roles of the future Information Managers based on the 5 transforming themes. New core skills like: project management, content curation, topic facilitation, online marketing, and graphical designing, will be elaborated and embedded onto the current workflow with a realistic timeframe of change. The ultimate competency will…

To be the World-class Publishers – UKM

Sypnosis: By increasing the research visibility online, the manuscript readership has gone up by more than 10%. Potentially this will lead to higher citation counts and research impacts. At the same time the increase of visibility would invite greater scrutiny of research integrity. The Proof of Existence (PoE) is becoming more important at open science…

How to Write a Good Research Funding Application Session at University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

Individual funding bodies have differing criteria for research funding applications. Yet most criteria are designed to achieve the impacts that globally defined by United Nation as, SDG (Sustainable Development Goals). In this workshop, participants are guided by the storyboard of Big Why-WhyWhat to design their research. Primary focus is helping the researchers to sharpen their…