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About the project

PUBLISH: in what language? At what research stage? In which journal? Book, chapter or journal article?

FLOURISH: How to give voice to your themes and concerns? How to ensure quality, organise your text, find co-authors, find rephrasing techniques?

(DO NOT) PERISH: How to manage your time, create routines, organise your writing time and space, stay hydrated, do not forget to breathe … well, you get it!

Scholars around the world have (sometimes inadvertently) joined the race toward visibility, recognition and sustained career in the academia. Early career researchers may feel lost and confused as they receive conflicting messages: amidst the pressure to publish as much and as good as possible, they become aware that research quality and innovation take time and effort, while publishing-related anxiety and stress can take a toll on their health.

Simultaneously, international editors have established mechanisms and procedures to ensure the scientific quality of research publications (e.g. impact factors, peer-review) and continue a few other economic gatekeeping practices as well (e.g. pay-to-view; pay-to-publish). And, to top it all, open-access journals are a big grey area with different levels of quality and reputation. 

A renowned research Centre such as Centro de Estudos Sociais da Universidade de Coimbra has a great potential to keep advancing international research thanks to the current 468 PhD students, 61 junior researchers and 122 post-doc researchers at the Centre. That is why the Centre has invested efforts and resources in stimulating publications by introducing the specific internal support in translation, peer-review and editing. However, PhD students and junior researchers cannot access those services. So the burning questions and conflicting messages remain. 

How can young researchers find their way in the ever-changing world of research publications? How can they think big and contribute to the scientific publishing world?

We – fellow researchers and librarians – would like to help. We will not offer ready solutions nor promise to perform writing miracles. What we can do is to share information and practical knowledge of useful techniques and practices of writing, revising, editing, and publishing … hoping that it may help them become more at ease with writing about their research and interacting with academic publishers. 

Survive the stampede!

Information

Who?
organizing committee: Olga Solovova (NHUMEP), Nancy Duxbury (CCArq), Maria José Carvalho (North|South Library), Rita Alcaire (Junior researcher), Francisco Freitas (Junior researcher),  Daniel Neves (Post-doc researcher), Paula Sequeiros (POSTRADE),  Patrícia Taborda Silva (NHUMEP),  Joaquim Veríssimo (CES), Inês LIma (North|South Library),

What
Clusters of workshops throughout 2018/2019 academic year.

When?
Workshop clusters: October - November 2018, March, April 2019

How?
Through presentations and hands-on sessions presented in 2 modules

Target audience:

  • Priority to early career researchers - PhD students and junior researchers and post-docs (CES or UC)
  • Non-UC (external participants)

Number of participants: 
25 in Module 1;
25 in Module 2;

Fees per module: 
25€ CES or UC participants
40€ external participants

Languages: 
Portuguese and English*

Invited speakers/coaches:

  • CES researchers who have successfully published in different languages;
  • Librarians and cultural/language policy researchers;
  • Writing coaches, to share tips and some of their favourite techniques;
  • Representatives of national and international publishing houses;
  • International participants; International researchers.


NOTE: The preferred language will be Portuguese, however, it may be subject to change according to the linguistic provenance of the guests.

1st Module
CES/North|South Library Resources; Citing & referencing: Norms & styles; Repositories; Orcid: Researchers ID

October 17, 2018, 10am-1pm |  Doutoramento Room 1, Dep. of Architecture of the UC
Mental health in academia
Speaker: Marco Pereira (FPCE-UC/ CINEICC | Psychologist, PhD in Psychology, University of Coimbra)

October 30, 2018, 10am -6pm | CES-Alta
Catalogues, Data bases & Repositories - Maria José Paiva Fernandes Carvalho

November 14, 2018, 10am-6pm | CES-Alta
Bibliographic management, Citing  & referencing: Norms & styles, Plagiarism - Maria José Paiva Fernandes Carvalho

November 21, 2018, 10am-6pm| CES-Alta
Periodical publications & Impact factor  - Maria José Paiva Fernandes Carvalho
ORCID: Researchers identification - Joaquim Veríssimo

November 28, 2018, 10am-6pm| CES-Alta
Bibliographic information management: Zotero & Mendeley - Francisco Freitas

Registration Fee
25€ PhD and CES
40€ General

Further information & Registration
1st Module (Supplementary Sessions)
Features of the North|South Library; Citing and Referencing: Standards and Styles; Repositories; Identification of the researcher

February 6, 2019 | 10h00-17h30 | CES-Alta, room 2
BNS/SIBUC: Catalogues, databases and repositories - Maria José P. F. Carvalho

February 13, 2019 | 10h00-17h30 | CES-Alta, room 2
Citation standards and styles, and management of bibliographic references - Maria José P. F. Carvalho

February 20, 2019 | CES-Alta, room 2
10h00-13h00 |
Zotero: bibliographic content management - Francisco Freitas
14h30-17h30 |
Mendeley: bibliographic content management - Francisco Freitas

February 27, 2019 | CES-Alta, room 2
10h00-13h00 |
Impact Factors and relevance of periodical publications - Maria José P. F. Carvalho
14h30-16h30 |
Researcher Identification Platforms: ORCID; ResearcherID; AuthorID - Joaquim Veríssimo

Registration
25€ CES Community and UC Community
40€ General Public

Registrations open> January 18 to February 4

Further information & Registration
2nd Module
Escrita Científica: da frustração à construção

13 de março de 2019, CES-Alta, sala 2
Escrita científica

10h00-12h30 - Acesso Aberto, por Ana Eva Migueis (Coordenadora do SIBUC)
Dicas para a escrita científica: Encontros com autores
14h30-17h00 - Escrita e organização de uma tese científica, por Daniel Neves da Costa (Investigador em pós-doutoramento CES)

19 de março de 2019, CES-Alta, sala 2
Português académico: identidade do/a investigador/a e os variados discursos académicos 
10h00-17h00 - Oficina de escrita académica - Língua portuguesa, por Joana Vieira Santos (Investigadora e Professora, FLUC/CELGA)

26 de março de 2019, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra, Sala Luís de Albuquerque
Editoras internacionais: Peter Lang
10h00-13h00 - Da tese ao livro: como publicar com (c)alma, por Claúdia Pazos Alonso
14h30-17h00 - Publicar e Prosperar, por Claúdia Pazos Alonso

27 de março de 2019, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra, Sala Luís de Albuquerque
Ciências Sociais e Humanas e as diferentes abordagens na organização da produção científica
10h00-11h15 - A tese: da conceção à concretização, por Sandra Carvalho (Investigadora CES)
11h30-13h00 - Potencialidades e desafios das metodologias visuais, por Rita Campos (Investigadora CES)
14h30-17h00 - Práticas diversas de preparação de doutorandos para o mundo da academia internacional, por Patrícia Silva (Investigadora CES)

4 de abril de 2019, , CES-Alta, sala 2
Inglês académico: Organizar a produção de textos
10h00-17h00 - Academic English/Academic Portuguese. Translate/ rephrase/ revise, por Kate Torkington 
 

Inscrições: 6 a 12 de março | N.º máximo de participantes: 25  | Valor: 25
 

Further information & Registration
3rd Module
Survive the Stampede: Pressure, production and dissemination,

April 10, 2019, CES-Alta, Room 1
Other research methodologies
10:00-13:00 – Creative Scientific Illustration Workshop: how to (re) mix art, imagination and social science "[theoretical manual], by Susana de Noronha (CES Researcher)
14:30-16:45 - Academic Writing: The Language, by Graça Capinha - (FLUC Prof. /CES Researcher)

April 17, 2019, CES-Alta, Room 2
Production and scientific edition
10:00-12:30 - The diverse approaches in the organization of scientific production by João Arriscado Nunes (FEUC Prof./CES Researcher)

April 24, 2019, CES-Alta, Room 2
Pressure and Scientific Production
10:00-11:15 - Editors' perspectives. Visualization and mapping, by Nancy Duxbury (CES Researcher)
11:30-13:00 - Succeed and defend the thesis. Time management, by Olga Solovova (CES Researcher)
14:30-16:00 - Fighting stress in academia, by Marília Neri (CES PhD Student & Psychologist)
16:30-18:00 - Fighting stress in academic context, by Vera Pereira (Psychologist, PhD in Psychology - University of Lisbon)

May 8, 2019, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra
Publishing: Production and scientific edition
14:30-16:15 – Fraudulent Publishers, by Paula Sequeiros (CES Researcher)
16:30-17:30 - Scientific publishing in commercial publishing housesby Andrea Peniche, (Editorial Coordinator)

  

 

 

Further information & Registration
Oficina
«Challenge: Sit down and Write»
  • May 8, 2019, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., CES | Alta,  Room 2

Workshop Publish Without Perishing
«Challenge: Sit down and Write»

 

  • May 15, 2019, 2:30 p.m. to 17:00 p.m., CES | Alta, Room 2

Workshop Publish Without Perishing
«Challenge: Sit down and Write»


Free, but compulsory registrations open only for May 15

 

Further information & Registration
1st Module (Suplementary Sessions II)
Recursos do CES, BNS e SIBUC: Catálogos, Estudo Geral: Pesquisas e Gestão de dados

Ciclo destinado a participantes internos e externos (doutorandos; investigadores júnior; investigadores em pós-doutoramento, investigadores permanentes e funcionários)


21 de maio 2019 | 10h00-13h00 e 14h30-17h30 | Sala Luís de Albuquerque, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra
1a. Catálogos, Bases de Dados & Repositórios. Formadora: Maria José P. F. Carvalho. (CES)

22 de maio 2019 | 10h00-13h00 e 14h30-18h00 | Sala Luís de Albuquerque, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra
1b. Gestão bibliográfica: Citar & referenciar (Normas & Estilos) e Plágio: ferramentas. Formadora: Maria José P. F. Carvalho (CES)

28 de maio 2019 | Sala Luís de Albuquerque, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra
10h00-13h00 | 1c. Gestão de conteúdos Bibliográficos: ZOTERO. Formador: Otto Vinícius Agra Figueiredo 
14h30-17h15 | 1c. Gestão de conteúdos Bibliográficos: MENDELEY. Formadora: Susana Dias (SBIDM, Universidade de Aveiro)

29 de maio 2019 | Sala Luís de Albuquerque, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra
10h00-13h00 | 1d. Publicações periódicas: Factor de Impacto  Formadora: Maria José P. F. Carvalho  (CES)
14h30-18h00 | 1d. Identificação do/a Investigador/a: Introdução ao ORCID. Formador: Joaquim Veríssimo (CES)
 

Inscrições entre 23 de abril e 16 de maio | Inscrição: 25€  | N.º máximo de participantes: 25 
 


 

Further information & Registration
Questions or Suggestions

Share your questions or suggestions here: survive_stampede@ces.uc.pt

The ideas collected in the virtual and physical boxes will help us to guide the practice sessions more according to your interests.