The first day of Research Week touched on essential researcher survival skills including an understanding of the bigger picture of how research works at UTS, followed by specific advice on how to get started, then practical tips from recent graduates and experienced supervisors, and rounded off with information from the groups providing research support around UTS.
Australian Antarctic Data Centre has a great video on how to complete a Data management plan. It shows step by step instructions to add research materials to a plan. The instructions are quite general.
Research Professional (RP) is an online platform that provides its subscribers with access to over 7,000 Australian and international research funding opportunities.
This blog post supplements the exercises distributed in the Google Fusion Tables workshop presented during Library Research Week. It is designed to make it easier to navigate to the various links given in those exercises.
Data Visualisation is about bringing data to life. It is where data and design come together to create meaningful, compelling, and accessible stories.
UTS Librarians are delivering research workshops to all Research students and staff in Building 2, Building 4 and library, please see the schedule and download course materials as below.
The #OpenAccess movement continues to evolve!
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 topics to academic researchers.
Evernote is a free software application that assists in collecting information you want to remember in one place and syncs all your devices eg notes in meetings, websites, fil