LRS tours are available to UTS researchers to view the new Library Retrieval System (LRS) in action.
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.
Measuring and describing the quality of your research is becoming increasingly important in Australian and international academic communities, and contributes to the university’s rankings, funding opportunities and your career.
Come explore some of our exciting spaces, old and new, available to researchers!
Library staff will guide you through the City Campus Library to highlight the essentials like borrowing, printing and asking for help, as well as the new Researchers' Centre and other key service areas.
Achieving balance in work and life can be difficult to do. In this session, we will share our top tips for managing this balancing act, including time management and using a skills audit.
This session gives you an opportunity to meet your peers, learn about the research journey and pick up skills around self-care, coping and stress management so that you will thrive and enjoy the process.
Presenter: Jessica Gray
We will touch on two topics in this session:
Career planning: find out about your career options as a researcher, with tips on career planning, job search strategies and building your network.
An often neglected part of doing research is setting up your personal workspace in an optimal way for long-term health and wellbeing. UTS' workplace occupational therapist will show you how to configure your workspace, whether at home or on campus, ergonomically and safely.