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Course Detail

RD600 (Elements Training) - Elements: Introduction & adding your publications

This session will introduce Elements, QMUL’s online system for managing and recording research outputs.
We'll provide a guided tour around the Elements interface, its most commonly used features and demonstrate how to record details of your publications and deposit manuscripts.
There will be opportunity for hands-on practice and to customise your Elements search settings and home page.

During the session, we will cover:
- What is Elements and a guided tour of interface
- How to create a new records of research outputs (such as journal articles) in Elements
- How to deposit content (such as manuscript files) in the Elements system
- How to use the search tools to identify and claim existing publications
- The relationship between Elements and QMRO, the institutional repository
- Time for hands-on practice and questions

Requirements
This session is suitable for researchers, research students and support staff who are new to Elements and who are required to log research outputs.
You will need an IT Services username and password to be able to login and use Elements at https://elements.qmul.ac.uk.
If you do not have an Elements login please email scholarlycommunications@qmul.ac.uk
If you are unsure whether this session is appropriate for you or you are an existing user of the system with specific queries about Elements, please email scholarlycommunications@qmul.ac.uk

Objectives
By the end of this session, participants should be able to:
- Understand how to access Elements and be familiar with the Elements interface
- Add/create new publication records and upload files
- Search for and claim existing publications
- Understand how Elements uses data to add content to QMRO and research publication pages

Provided by: Repository & Research Information Team, Library Services

Objectives

Provided by: Library Services

Details

Date: Friday 29 November 2019

Venue: Teaching Room 1, WCH Library, Whitechapel Library, Whitechapel

Time: 10:00 - 12:00


Tutors

  • Mr L Evans
  • Ms V Adam