Researcher and HDR training sessions now open for registration
We are excited to announce a series of online training sessions running from 16 March–13 April aimed at assisting you with further developing your research skills.
Find out more about each session below and follow the links to register.
Tools and techniques for analysing your literature search results
Friday 18 March, 10–11:30am
Go beyond just managing your references.
This session will explore a variety of tools and techniques for managing and analysing search results collected as part of a literature review.
Library Research Services Drop-in: Citation searching and analysing literature search results
Thursday 24 March, 2–3pm
This is an informal drop-in session for HDR students or researchers with questions about the training webinars from the previous week.
ORCID and author profiles essentials
Monday 28 March, 10–10:45am
Set up and manage key author profiles: ORCiD, Scopus ID, WoS Publons, etc…
This session will outline setting up and managing key author profiles and linking to Elements. Tips for troubleshooting incorrect profile information and how to merge extra profiles will also be covered.
Strategic publishing essentials
Wednesday 30 March, 10–10:45am
Develop your own publishing plan.
Be guided through the maze of ranking lists and publishing options to create your own publishing strategy. This session will cover a range of tools used to evaluate academic journals.
Open Access publishing essentials
Friday 1 April, 10–10:45am
Guide to Open Access publishing.
There are many benefits to publishing open access. This session will cover what is needed to make an informed decision about OA options, including the new Read and Publish agreements.
Library Research Services Drop-in: ORCID, strategic publishing, and open access
Wednesday 6 April, 2–3pm
This session is an informal drop-in for HDR students or researchers with questions about the training webinars from the previous week.
Demonstrate your research impact
Wednesday 13 April, 10–11am
Make sense of citation and other metrics as part of research impact.
Find out where these metrics come from and how they can be used. This session will work through a checklist to find a range of research metrics at the author and publication level and how they can be used for demonstrating research impact in funding applications, academic promotions, or for planning and benchmarking.
Library Research Services Drop-in: Demonstrate your research impact
Wednesday 13 April, 2–3pm
This session is an informal drop-in for HDR students or researchers with questions about the training webinar from earlier in the day.