We (by which I mostly mean me) here at UTS Library are excited to be taking part in the upcoming 'Making Sense of Data' course, being run by Google from tomorrow. It is free to join and, according to the blurb, is intended for "anyone who wants to learn more about how to structure, visualize, and manipulate data.
Plagiarism and ethical issues are always hot topic
Evernote is a free software application that assis
This hands on workshop shows you how to keep up to date with new
Session 1: Insider’s guide of getting published
Learn about the publishing process with insider tips and advice from UTS academics. The session will include an introduction to the academic publishing system, a guide to writing for publication, and tips from academics on how to get your article published.
Data Visualisation is about bringing data to life. It is where data and design come together to create meaningful, compelling, and accessible stories.
Dr Terry Royce has kindly forwarded his PPT presentation from the very popular Academic Writing workshop on Tuesday. It is comprehensive enough that even those who did not attend should be able to glean some useful information. See attachment below.
Today's session provided an overview about developing search terms from your Research question (or topic), about choosing the right database and some tips for keeping a record of the searches you do and managing the results.
What are Bookmarklets?
UTS Library has set up two bookmarklets to make it easier for you to access the full text resources that we subscribe to.
Evernote is a free web based application that helps you to:
- Capture anything - Save your ideas, tasks, projects, files, and more
- Read your saved items and notes anywhere you go
- Search your saved files and notes by keyword, tag, or even search text inside images.