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Research Week 4-8 February 2019 - Save the date!

Insights and skills to launch your research career!

This is a dedicated training week to help new researchers across all faculties develop practical skills, find out what support is available to help you throughout your project and meet other people to build your network. Free events include: workshops, seminars, guest speakers, breakout sessions for faculty specific information, networking events, professional head shots, a film screening and more.

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Day 1: Career planning essentials
How do you build a successful career after your degree? Day 1 will prepare you to build a career plan, polish up your communication skills, identify research-funding sources and find out who can help you along the way.

Day 2: Literature reviews, step-by-step
Literature reviews and searching are critical building blocks for a successful research proposal. Our seminars and workshops will show you step by step: how to start your literature review, gain confidence in searching through disciplinary-based databases and organise your sources effectively using EndNote.

Day 3: Research methods for beginners
Get prepared and grounded in research methods, including qualitative and quantitative methods, research ethics, management and integrity and data management planning.

Day 4: Publishing and dissemination
Learn insider secrets to getting published and cited. Our sessions will cover how to develop a successful publishing strategy, increase the impact of your work with online media and use data visualisation techniques for effective storytelling.

Day 5: Self-care
Your physical and psychological well-being matters. UTS experts will share tips and resources and topics they wish someone had told them at the start of their research journeys, such as: managing stress and building resilience. We wrap up Research Week with a film screening, so curl up with a beanbag and popcorn and enjoy the show!

Bookings and session details will be released in January 2019. If you have any questions, contact Helen.Chan@uts.edu.au