16 April 2018
We held our second Psychology Research Day at Senate House Library in London on 15 March.
Videos of a number of short talks given at the event, on a range of subjects related to psychology and research, are now available to view on our Youtube channel. You can find individual links to these below:
Andy Tattersall (University of Sheffield): Altmetrics - what are they good for?
Dr Christian Jarrett (BPS Research Digest): Why you should tell the world about your research through blogging
Professor David Clark-Carter (Staffordshire University): Using quantitative research methods
Dr David Ellis (Lancaster University): Securing your first academic job
Professor Patrick Leman (King's College London, and British Journal of Developmental Psychology editor): Getting published
Paul Allchin (British Library): British Library research data strategy
Paula Demain (ORCID): Introducing ORCID
Rebecca Harkin (Wiley): Publishing with impact
Dr Richard Espley (Senate House Library): Using libraries
Dr Rudolph Ammann (UCL Digital Humanities): Citing the web
Professor Daryol O'Connor (Chair of the BPS Research Board) and Dr Nick Barratt (Associate Director for Collections and Engagement at Senate House Library) chair a plenary session and Q&A.