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eResearch training survey 2019

eResearch training survey 2019 Hi all, eResearch is planning for their 2019 training program. They’ve developed a short survey to gather  your interests . The survey is available at https://researchsurveys.deakin.edu.au/jfe/form/SV_3HTa5HfwMAbhGCN   This is your chance to let them know what you’d like to see in the program!

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eResearch Training in December 2018

eResearch Training in December 2018 Hello Everyone, ​​​Deakin eResearch (DUeR) has scheduled, in December 2018, that you may be interested in attending 1 training workshop @ Deakin Burwood  1 training workshop @ Deakin Waurn Ponds​ Deakin Burwood Introduction to Programming with Python When: Thursday, 13-12-2018, 9:30 – 16:30 Where: V2.71, Deakin Library Burwood Capacity: 20 Details & Registration @ https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/52893238099​​  __________________________​_______________________   Deakin Waurn Ponds​ Managing Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap (aka Introduction to REDCap) When: Wednesday, 12-12-2018, […]

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NVivo for Literature Reviews

Want to know more about NVivo? The research team have created a new guide NVivo for Literature Reviews. The guide is available at the following link: https://deakin.libguides.com/nvivoforlitreview.  So go and explore to find out: How to get started with NVivo Importing documents Coding Using nodes and more……

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Hacky Hour @ Deakin in November!

Hack Hour is running @ Deakin in November!  Hacky Hour – REDCap November! Are you interested to learn more about REDCap, or get some hands-on experience with its many functionalities?  Feel free to come to Hacky Hour for an informal introductory session on REDCap, and / or get help for your projects. What is Hacky Hour Anyway? Hacky Hour is a periodic meetup that serves […]

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BenchTV trial

BenchTV Publisher`s description – BenchTV is streaming platform provides legal issues and is an online legal educational program. It provides original legal current content, published daily and weekly. Trial ends 5 November 2018 Please provide feedback by emailing your comments to the below trial champion. You may like to consider the following points when reviewing […]

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Data Planet trial

Data Planet Publisher`s description: Data Planet is a repository of publicly, privately and commercially sourced statistical data. The datasets cover topics across 16 broad subject areas, including education, population and income, industry, commerce, trade, housing and construction. New datasets are added on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Trial ends 16.09.2018 Please provide feedback by […]

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Yewno trial

  Yewno Yewno is an exciting machine-learning complement to academic databases and keyword searching. Yewno draws on a wide range of academic resources from multiple subscriber institutions. It links broad concepts and semantic connections to organise and visualise data. Trial ends 31.12.2018 Please provide feedback by emailing your comments to the below trial champion. For […]

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Introduction to REDCap Training @ Burwood – September 2018

eResearch Training in September 2018 Deakin Burwood Introduction to REDCap When: Tuesday, 25-09-2018, 10:00 – 14:30 Where: V2.71, Deakin Library Burwood Capacity: 20 Details & Registration @ http://deakinresear.ch/179 ​Minimum Registration Threshold : n = 10 for each proposed workshop For more information on the DUeR training program, visit our training & events website @ deakinresear.ch/erestraining

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Hack Hour is running @ Deakin in September! 

Hack Hour is running @ Deakin in September!  What is Hacky Hour Anyway? Hacky Hour is a periodic meetup that serves as a relaxed and social environment where students and researchers can share their ideas, problems and requests for help and on-going support, and work collaboratively in overcoming research challenges pertaining to programming, data, digital tools, and publishing. We welcome researchers and students from all disciplines […]

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