Learn how to organise your references with EndNote. Introduction, Advanced and Mac classes available.
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Mon 7 July
Part 2: Manage Information
For PhD students and early career researchers
Shut Up and Write is a writing bootcamp run by UTS Library, and over the course of eight weeks we’ll provide you with an environment to focus exclusively on your writing.
Part I: Find Information
Our first series of seminars and workshops will help build advanced skills in locating, retrieving and evaluating information for your research.
These are our top 3 workshops to get you started at UTS (and help you gain better marks!):
A new year, and more new additions to the City Campus Library!
Introducing Acoustic Phone Booths for quiet phone conversations in the Library. The unique design of the compact enclosure creates a muffling effect from the outside noise.
UTS Library now has free chargebars for your smart devices with the following attachments:
This class will show you how to measure the impact of your research using a number of free or library subscribed tools. It will also look at name management and ways you can make your publications more visible.
Two sessions are available to book:
This seminar will teach you how to use bibliometrics to publish strategically! We will show you how to use Web of Science and Scopus to identify potential places to publish and then evaluate using a number of tools.
Three sessions available, please book online:
This session will discuss the fastest and easiest ways to collaborate on projects and maximise your research impact via social media network.
UTS Library subscribes to a fantastic package of databases that provide hard to find industry and company information covering:
UTS Library will be hosting again this semester the Shut Up and Write writing club to help postgraduate research students improve their skills, overcome procrastination and develop self discipline in writing.
Searching for a conference at which to present your paper? Seeking opportunities for grants, fellowships and prizes? Want to contact other scholars who are working in your area? In this session, we will introduce some useful networks from trusted resources:
Are you curious about how much power you use in your home and would you like to be able to measure it?
UTS Library has recently reviewed the Library memberships for Alumni. To ensure we continue to provide quality information services to enhance the career and professional lives of our Alumni we have made some exciting changes to the memberships offered.
Come learn about all the great resources UTS Library offers for improving your English language skills. This hands-on workshop is aimed at students that want to:
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