UTS Librarians will discuss the differences between a systematic search and a systematic review as well as tips and techniques for composing an appropriate research question that will guide your search or review.
Workshops and Training
The Library provides a regular calendar of workshops and training that are provided on campus and online. Check the events calendar below to see what is scheduled.
Learn how to create a well-thought-out search strategy to efficiently find literature on your topic.
This workshop will cover:
Following a systematic search process is an essential part of conducting a systematic or scoping review.
At the beginning of your research project one of the first things to consider is what data you'll need to answer your research question, and how you're going to collect it.
An introduction to the basics of the reference management software EndNote. Learn how to navigate the interface, how to add and create references, and then cite them according to your favourite referencing styles into Microsoft Word.
Do you want to find most relevant articles from your search, but don’t want to get too many irrelevant results? Use the advanced features of library databases to search more effectively. This workshop is aimed at those with basic database search
This workshop will guide you through the key sources and assist you in sourcing data that is relevant and authoritative. Learn strategies and recommendations for finding data outside the available resources. The following will be covered:
All research projects at UTS are required to have a Research Data Management Plan (RDMP). This online document records all of your data management decisions and helps ensure that your data is well-managed throughout the project lifecycle and can
The Australian Research Council defines research impact as “the contribution that research makes to the economy, society, environment or culture, beyond the contribution to academic research”.
As a researcher, publishing in journals is one of the main ways to make your work more broadly visible to other researchers and the community.