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Recursos electrónicos

  • Como escribir un buen artículo de investigación. Guías de apoyo a la investigación (Universidad de Sevilla)

    https://bib.us.es/sites/bib3.us.es/files/escribir_articulo_2015.pdf

  • Benitez, C. (2012) "Working with Technical and Scientific English." Castellón: Universitat Jaume.

    Descargar

  • Mari Mutt, J. A. (2005). Manual de redacción científica. Madrid, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares. Departamento de Ecología.

    Descargar

  • Doumont, J. (2014). English communication for scientists. Cambridge : NPG Education

    http://www.nature.com/scitable/ebooks/english-communication-for-scientists-14053993/contents

  • Academic Phrasebank
    Recurso cuyo objetivo es proporcionar ejemplos de algunos de los principios básicos fraseológicos de la escritura científica en inglés. Se organiza de acuerdo con las secciones principales del trabajo de investigación. Particularmente útil para académicos / investigadores que tienen que informar sobre sus de investigaciones. Creado por John Morley (University of Manchester)
  • IEEE Author Digitak toolbox
    Página de IEEE contiene herramientas e información para ayudar en la preparación, envío y proceso de revisión de los artículos.

Methodological Guide

Theology

Online resources

  • Como escribir un buen artículo de investigación. Guías de apoyo a la investigación (Universidad de Sevilla)

    https://bib.us.es/sites/bib3.us.es/files/escribir_articulo_2015.pdf

  • Benitez, C. (2012) "Working with Technical and Scientific English." Castellón: Universitat Jaume.

    Download

  • Mari Mutt, J. A. (2005). Manual de redacción científica. Madrid, Universidad de Alcalá de Henares. Departamento de Ecología.

    Download

  • Doumont, J. (2014). English communication for scientists. Cambridge : NPG Education

    http://www.nature.com/scitable/ebooks/english-communication-for-scientists-14053993/contents

  • IEEE Author Digitak toolbox

    IEEE page containing tools and information to assist in the preparation, delivery and review process of articles.

  • Academic Phrasebank
    General resource for academic writers. It aims to provide you with examples of some of the phraseological ‘nuts and bolts’ of writing organised according to the main sections of a research paper. The resource should be particularly useful for writers who need to report their research work. This site was created by John Morley (University of Manchester)

¿Qué son las competencias informacionales?

Las competencias informacionales son el conjunto de conocimientos, habilidades, disposiciones y conductas que capacitan a los individuos para reconocer cuándo necesitan información, dónde localizarla, cómo evaluar su idoneidad y darle el uso adecuado de acuerdo con el problema que se les plantea.

Se puede definir la competencia informacional como la adquisición por parte del que recibe la formación de las habilidades siguientes:

  • buscar la información que necesita
  • analizar y seleccionar la información de manera eficiente
  • organizar la información adecuadamente
  • utilizar y comunicar la información eficazmente de forma ética y legal, con el fin de construir conocimiento

Alcance

La capacitación en competencias informacionales se desarrolla a través de formación que imparte el Servicio de Biblioteca.

Esta formación está dirigida a los distintos grupos de usuarios que utilizan los servicios de la Biblioteca.

  • Estudiantes de los primeros cursos de las titulaciones de Grado que acceden por primera vez a la Biblioteca y necesitan conocer todas las herramientas y servicios que se le ofrecen, así como adquirir conocimientos en la búsqueda y uso de la información.
  • Usuarios que conozcan todas las utilidades de la Biblioteca pero necesitan un adiestramiento en profundidad de determinados recursos de información, así como herramientas de ayuda en la gestión bibliográfica personal.
  • Profesores e Investigadores con necesidades específicas relativas a la calidad de sus publicaciones y a la visibilidad de su producción científica.

Oferta formativa

El Servicio de Biblioteca ofrece un catálogo de cursos orientados a los distintos grupos. Cada curso adapta sus contenidos y duración en función de las necesidades de los asistentes y de la disciplina en la que se incluye (Filosofía, Economía, Psicología…).

Catálogo de cursos

Solicitud de cursos de Formación en CI2

Los cursos se impartirán en horario de 9 a 17 horas de lunes a viernes. Para otros horarios, consultar con la persona de contacto.

Para solicitar un curso, ponerse en contacto con This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. con el que se concretarán fechas, contenidos y cualquier otro dato necesario.

La Biblioteca intenta adaptarse a las necesidades de formación de profesores y alumnos. Para una formación específica que no se recoja en los cursos ofertados, ponerse en contacto con This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Directora de la Biblioteca.

Valoración de los cursos de formación de usuarios

La acción formativa finaliza con la valoración de los usuarios del curso al que han asistido. El objetivo de estas encuestas es conocer el grado de satisfacción de los usuarios respecto a la formación recibida, con el propósito de adaptarnos mejor a sus necesidades y aumentar la calidad del servicio de formación.

What are informational skills?

Informational skills are the set of knowledge, abilities, attitudes, and behaviors that make individuals able to recognize when they need information, where to find it, how to evaluate its adequacy, and how to make appropriate use of it in the context of the problem that they are facing.

Informational skills can be defined as acquisition, by the person receiving training, of the following abilities:

  • to find the information that is needed
  • to analyze and select information efficiently
  • to organize information appropriately
  • to use and share information effectively in an ethical and legal manner, in order to build knowledge

Scope

Informational skill building takes place through the training provided by the Library Service.

This training is intended for the various groups of users who use the Library Services.

  • Students in the early years of Bachelor's degrees who are accessing the Library for the first time and need to learn about all of the tools and services that are available to them, as well as acquiring knowledge about searching for and making use of information.
  • Users who are familiar with all the Library's services but need in-depth training on particular information resources, as well as tools for help in managing their personal bibliography.
  • Lecturers and researchers with special requirements regarding the quality of their publications and the visibility of their academic output.

Training programs

The Library Service offers a catalog of courses aimed at different groups. The content and duration of each course are modified depending on the needs and the academic discipline (philosophy, economics, psychology…) of those taking it 

Course catalog

Requesting training courses in CI2

Courses are delivered from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday to Friday. For other times, please ask the contact person.

To request a course, contact  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for dates, content, and any other necessary information.

The Library tries to meet the training requirements of lecturers and students. For specific training that is not covered by the courses on offer, contact  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Deputy Director of the Library.

Evaluation of training courses for users

The training concludes with users evaluating the course they have taken. The aim of these surveys is to discover how satisfied users are with the training received in order to meet their needs better and improve the quality of the training service.

General course

  • Introducing the service
  • Basic regulations
  • Location and timetable
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    • Other options in “My Library”: Loans, reservations, renewals, etc.
    • Bibliographic information
    • Interlibrary loans and accessing documents
  • The website as a portal for accessing information
  • Visit the premises: help desks, reading rooms, open-access book and journal collections, self-loan
  • Types of documents: academic documents
  • Search methods
  • Sources of information from the library
  • Other sources of information: Catalogs, on-line libraries, statistical sources, etc.
  • Evaluating websites.

Specialized courses

Online resources:

Citations and bibliographic manager:

Research support courses

Managing research

Quality indicators in academic publications

Greater visibility for the research profile

  • Normalization of the academic signature: IRALIS and ORCID
  • A collection of the researchers academic output.
  • Improving dissemination of research activity: Academic social networks

Accreditation and Six-Year Research Cycles. Search for quality indicators for academic publications in the processes for evaluating research activity (ANECA, CNEAI, etc.)

When refering / citing a document stored in the Repository it is important to indicate the URI, it facilitates finding and retrieving documents, by giving a persistent identifier.
You can find it in the document description.

REPOSIT

Choose the citation style preferred in your discipline of study (APA, Harvard, etc.).
Each material type (journal articles, theses, Lecture Notes, etc.) has its own particularities.

Available at:

Estilos de citas de la Universidad Pontificia Comillas

Examples: 

APA

Journal Article

  • Surname, N. (year of publication). Article title. Title of Journal, p xx-xx. URI

    Vázquez-Romero, J. M. (2015). El doble de ley. Bajo Palabra : Revista De Filosofía, II época(10), 45-60. http://hdl.handle.net/11531/664

  • In-text citation:

    Vázquez-Romero (2015)

Doctoral Theses, Bachelor's Dissertations, Master's Dissertations

  • Surname, N. (year of publication). Title of thesis (Doctoral Thesis / Bachelor's Dissertation ). University, Location. URI

    González Álvarez, M. (2015). Inclusión de la discapacidad en la empresa : estudio de la realidad laboral en la provincia de Burgos (tesis doctoral). Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid. http://hdl.handle.net/11531/6621

  • In-text Citation:

    González Álvarez (2015)

Harvard

Article Journal

  • Surname, N. Year of publication,"Artícle title", Title of Journal ,v., nº, pp. xx-xx. URI

    Vázquez-Romero, J. M. 2015, "El doble de ley", Bajo Palabra : Revista De Filosofía, II época, 10, pp.45-60. http://hdl.handle.net/11531/664

  • In-text Citation:

    (Vázquez-Romero 2015)

Doctoral Theses, Bachelor's Dissertations, Master's Dissertations

  • Surname, N. Year of publication, Thesis title / Project title. Doctoral thesis / Master's Dissertation. University, Location. URI

    González Álvarez, M. 2015, Inclusión de la discapacidad en la empresa : estudio de la realidad laboral en la provincia de Burgos. Tesis doctoral. Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid. http://hdl.handle.net/11531/6621

  • In-text Citation:

    (González Álvarez 2015)

UNE 50-104-94

Journal article

  • SURNAME, Name. Article title. Title of Journal, year of publication, v., nº, p. xx-xx. URI

    VÁZQUEZ-ROMERO, J. M. El doble de ley. Bajo Palabra : Revista De Filosofía, 2015, II época, 10, pp.45-60. http://hdl.handle.net/11531/664

  • In-text citation:

    VÁZQUEZ-ROMERO, El doble de ley

Doctoral Theses, Bachelor's Dissertations, Master's Dissertations

  • SURNAME, NAME. Thesis title / Master's Dissertations. University, Location, Year of publication. URI

    GONZÁLEZ ÁLVAREZ, M. Inclusión de la discapacidad en la empresa : estudio de la realidad laboral en la provincia de Burgos. Tesis doctoral,Universidad Pontificia Comillas, Madrid, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/11531/6621

  • In-text Citation:

    GÓNZALEZ ÁLVAREZ, Inclusión de la discapacidad en la empresa

 

These are references within a text to other documents. They are a minimum set of information that identify a publication or part of it so that it can be found in any type of source of information.

  • Author or body responsible for the work
  • Title
  • Publication details
  • Date of publication.

The documents are specified in greater detail in the bibliography

There are national and international regulations for preparing citations and bibliographic references. Some academic communities and journals adapt them for their own publications.

Your tutor, supervisor, or publisher will tell you what style you must use.

Reference works in the Reading Room

Cómo citar y elaborar referencias bibliográficas
CI2: Competencias Informáticas e Informacionales (CRUE, REBIUN)

Guide to citations in social networks

(TeachBytes)

social media citation guide

WHAT IS PLAGIARISM?

It is the act of presenting someone else's ideas or work as your own.

When do we plagiarize?

  1. When we summarize an idea or a source using words that are suspiciously similar to those of the original work.
  2. When we copy directly from the original.
  3. When we appropriate someone else's work or ideas.
  4. When we use diagrams, images, tables, or graphs that we did not create.

And we do so without including a citation to identify the authors

Plagio y la honestidad académica
University of Sydney Library, adapted and translated into Spanish CRUE-Rebiun