The following table shows which Academic Liaison Librarian (ALL) is responsible for which Research Centre. Click on the ALL's name for contact details:
|Research Centre||Academic Liaison Librarian (ALL)|
|Sport, Exercise and Life Sciences (SELS)||Sharon Davison|
|Innovative Research Across the Life Course (CIRAL)||Chris Bark|
|Centre for Intelligent Healthcare||Maria King|
|Advances in Behavioural Science (ABS)||Sally Patalong|
|Fluid and Complex Systems (FCS)||Katie Mann|
|Built and Natural Environment (BNE)||Suzanne White|
|Dance Research (CDaRE)||Gill Evans|
|Post-Digital Cultures (CPC)||Michelle Bond|
|Business In Society (CBIS)||Becky Collins|
|Finance and Corporate Integrity (FCI)|
|Global Learning and Education Attainment (GLEA)||Chris Bark|
|Trust, Peace and Social Relations (CTPSR)||Lisa Lawrence|
|Agroecology, Water and Resilience (CAWR)||Holly Singleton|
|Institute for Future Transport and Cities (FTC)||Sue Marshall and Holly Singleton|
|Arts, Memory and Communities (AMC)||Olivia Llewellyn|
|International Centre for Transformational Entrepreneurship (ICTE)||Becky Collins|
Coventry University’s institutional repository is called PURE. If you have any questions about open access, please contact the RSP team on 65 7568, e-mail email@example.com, or visit the RSP LibGuide.This team also supports the REF submission and research data management for the university.
Journal and author bibliometrics, often referred to as impact factors (as well as citation counts), for individual articles can be found on the Scopus database. This can be accessed through Locate. Another useful source for journal bibliometrics, particularly when you wish to arrange journals in a particular subject area by impact, is Scimago. This uses Scopus data. If you need any further advice contact your Academic Liaison Librarian.
The Library manages the University subscription to Refworks and any university member can set up a Refworks account. If you need any help with Refworks, more information and help is available on the referencing LibGuide. Alternatively you can contact your Academic Liaison Librarian.