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.
Our very last session of research week was a panel of final year PhD candidates and early career researchers. As the title suggests, we asked them to think back to what they wished they had known when they started their PhD.
Wednesday's theme during Research Week was Communicate and Collaborate!
Research Reading and Writing by Dr Terry Royce
I've been asking people in our writing club about their writing anxieties. While there are comments about needing to learn about structure and grammar, there seems to be this feeling that they should be able to write perfectly in their first draft, starting at the introduction and working all the way down to the conclusion.
Originally mentioned to me by Terry Royce of the Graduate Research School, a reverse outline is a tool that can help you analyse and critique the logical progression of your argument through your draft.
How to create a reverse outline:
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