Digital Skills Workshops are Back!

This Spring, register for one of the free two-day workshops prepared by the Direction of Studies and the Library, open to all students of the Graduate Institute (Master & PhD). Here is a quick peek at what is in store for the next few months. For any questions regarding registration to the workshops, please contact : emma.cranfield@graduateinstitute.ch

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ORCID: You Know My Name(s)

If only researchers and their work could be traced with a unique identifier. You could make sure you’re not confusing them, find all their publications, and the lives of publishers and users of research would be much easier. Well, it turns out there is such a thing, and our colleague Isabelle Vuillemin-Raval tells you how and why you should adopt it.

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La bibliométrie, indice de valeur scientifique ou de notoriété ?

Journals and researchers are ranked in different ways through the use of specific metrics. In this post, our colleague Isabelle Vuillemin-Raval gives you a short introduction on what metrics are, why they were created, and why they are problematic and should be used with care. 

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