Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017

By Victoria Bird|August 29, 2017|Politics, Politics and International Relations, Research methods|

One of my summer jobs is the update of my various training materials. This includes working on the Digital Privacy and Security section of the Library’s online course Develop Your Information Skills. One resource that I’ve just added to the collection, and that might be of interest is the Online Privacy Guide for Journalists 2017.¬†Covering topics such as communicating with sources, safeguarding your data, password management tools, securing your email

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Research Ethics Guidebook Online Resource

By Emma Wilson-Shaw|May 23, 2014|Anthropology and Sociology, Development Studies, Economics, Politics and International Relations|0 comments

Students who are new to social science research should take a look at the Research Ethics Guidebook website which has recently been developed at the Institute of Education with funding from the ESRC. It can serve as guide through the regulatory processes and procedures that can apply to social science research and it also links to more detailed information as well as the six ethics principles set out in the

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History Libraries and Research Open Day (Senate House)

By Mary Fisk|January 15, 2014|Archival collections, History|0 comments

The Institute of Historical Research and Senate House Library is hosting a History Libraries and Research Open Day on Tuesday March 18th in the Deller Hall (Senate House) This is a one-day programme aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers. The morning session consists of introductory sessions on research skills in libraries, archives and digital resources. An “open history fair” is scheduled for the afternoon, with staff representing major

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