Get a head start on your studies and come along to an EndNote Workshop in January.
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:
- history and rationale: publically funded research, growth of Internet.
- Traditional versus OA publishing: costs, access, online
- Benefits of OA: impact, reputation, internationalisation, global reach, return on tax $$$
Models: 2 main
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:
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:
Jane led this workshop.
First you need to develop your SEARCH STRATEGY:
This very well attended session was presented by Dr Terry Royce who is Senior Lecturer, Research Literacies/Forensic Linguistics from UTS's Graduate Research School. Terry has kindly forwarded his slides and handouts for anyone who is interested to see.