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  1. Pitch Your Thesis: ePoster Competition for Graduate Researchers

    The ability to present your research in a succinct, imaginative and accessible way to broader audiences to facilitate engagement and impact is a vital skill for …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/07/21/pitch-your-thesis-eposter-competition-for-graduate-researchers

  2. Researcher @Library Week 2017 program launched

    A week of workshops, exhibitions, seminars, tours, data tech sessions, Thesis Whisperer, an ePoster competition, and a Wikipedia edit-a-thon. Discover services and tools to support your …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/07/20/researcher-library-week-2017-program-launched

  3. Web of Science citations now available in Altmetric Explorer for Institutions

    Altmetric has integrated Web of Science citation data into the Explorer for Institutions (EFI) platform. Altmetric Explorer for Institutions users will now be able to see the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2017/03/27/web-of-science-citation-now-available-in-altmetric-explorer-for-institutions

  4. Track your online research reach, engagement and influence

    The University of Melbourne’s subscription to Altmetric Explorer for Institutions has recently been upgraded. Use this tool to analyse and report on the attention surrounding your …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2016/11/24/track-your-online-research-reach-engagement-and-influence

  5. Visualise My Thesis ePoster competition winners

    As part of Researcher@Library Week the Visualise My Thesis competition gave University of Melbourne graduate research students an opportunity to take the ‘classic conference poster’ to the next …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2016/09/06/visualise-my-thesis-eposter-competition-winners

  6. Visualise my Thesis ePoster Competition Closes Soon

    Graduate researchers will you be in the running to win one of the Visualise My Thesis ePoster competition awards? $1,000, $500 or $250 Visa cash cards. …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2016/08/05/visualise-my-thesis-eposter-competition-closes-soon

  7. Researcher@Library Week: Hackathon for Social Good

    Calling all coders, creative thinkers, communicators, and those curious to test out new technology. Come along and be part of the Researcher@Library hack day for social good …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2016/08/01/researcherlibrary-week-hackathon-for-social-good

  8. Did you know… you can raise your research profile using ORCID and Trove?

    The National Library Australia and Trove is now adding Australian researchers—from world renowned experts to new graduate researchers at the start of their careers—to its People …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2016/06/10/did-you-know-you-can-raise-your-research-profile-using-orcid-and-trove

  9. Wikipedia for Research: The Good, the Bad, the Hidden

    Wednesday, 13 April 2016, 1:00pm-2:00pm,  Baillieu Library, Parkville, University of Melbourne This session explores the pros and cons of using Wikipedia for research: what’s reliable, what’s not; …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2016/04/04/wikipedia-for-research-the-good-the-bad-the-hidden

  10. Get found, get read, get cited. Brush up your social media skills.

    Social media is a powerful tool for communicating your research to the outside world. The Melbourne Engagement Lab runs a range of programs, including those on social …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2016/02/29/get-found-get-read-get-cited-brush-up-your-social-media-skills

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