Cloud storage and online collaboration tools can be very practical, especially in a pandemic. Google Workplace tools are a great option for many of your needs using the Institute’s accounts. Guillaume Pasquier explains what your Drive is good for, and when you should or should not use it.Continue reading “Your Google Drive at the Institute”
Many researcher profile platforms emerged over the past 20 years, such as ORCID, Google Scholar Citation Profile, Academia, etc. This article by Linda Leger aims to give you an overview of the most popular researcher profile tools.Continue reading “Where can you create researcher profiles for reference and networking?”
Cloud storage can be very practical, both for research data and your personal files. One of the options you could consider is using the Institute’s Google Drive accounts. Guillaume Pasquier explains what they are good for, and when you should or should not use them.Continue reading “Google Drive at the Institute”
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.
Researchers in the humanities often take a large number of pictures during their work: places, people, but also archival documents as a quick scanning replacement. This leads to very large picture collections that can be slightly overwhelming. Here are some tips from Guillaume Pasquier to help you sort through all these files using the embedded file metadata.