This workshop is designed to provide students and researchers with intellectual, critical, and logical skills to quickly access relevant information, evaluate the information and effectively and efficiently use the information.The workshop includes hands-on activities in developing search strategies and using reference management tools.
Duration: 3 days, 15th - 17th June 2022
- Ms Mary Ngure, Coordinator-Information Resource Centre, icipe firstname.lastname@example.org
Sessions and learning outcomes
(1) Introduction to Information Literacy
This session will focus on four areas to equip participants with skills for life-long learning to become more self-directed, and assume greater control over their own learning:
(2) Publishing in Credible Open Access Journals and Identifying Predatory Journals
This session will focus on Open Access (OA publishing model) that provides free online access to research publications.
(3) Maintaining an online scholarly presence
At this session, participants will learn about the different online platforms for creating online presence. This allows scholars and researchers to increase the visibility of their publications and to network, finding potential collaborators and readers.
(4) Reference Management and citation tools / Plagiarism Detection
At this session, participants will learn about the standalone or web-based software that enable a researcher to efficiently store lists of references and full-text articles, format citations to any citation style and create bibliographies. Correct citing and referencing helps avoid plagiarism.
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