The #OpenAccess movement continues to evolve!
Recently, I have met with quite a few PhD/Doctoral students, Research Fellows and other academic staff in the Faculty of Health who are embarking on doing a comprehensive literature review for their project. I find that most people need similar types of guidance and to know about much the same types of steps, so this is an attempt to provide some kind of guide to help with the process.
Professor Patricia Davidson and Professor Michelle DiGiacomo, Faculty of Health UTS
Lee Williamson, Research Development Strategist, UTS
Tuesday May 14th, 2-4pm
UTS Librarians are delivering Research Power Sessions to all Research students and staff in Building 2, 4 and 10:
1. Data Management Planning
In early February I was asked to participate in a discussion on the use of social media by researchers for our 2013 Research Week. I was joined by @jennaprice and we mostly agreed with each other. Mostly ...
Data is a very important part of being a Researcher in general, but it is particularly important to be aware that UTS is positioning itself as the Data Intensive University.
Day two of Research Week was themed around developing the skills you need to know when you're first entering PhD Land.
Library Research Skills
With all of our orientation madness time has slipped by and it has already been a month since Research week! Below are links to all of the workshop materials that were used on Monday 6th of February. The theme of the day was Setting the Scene and was aimed at bringing us all up to speed with the Research Environment at UTS.
Join us for Research Week!! We're holding a series of workshops and seminars from 7-11 February 2011 to help you develop the knowledge and skills that you will need throughout all stages of your research career.