Calling all University of Melbourne arts, humanities and social researchers!
The Data Systems and Society Research Networks are running a series of workshops (15 to 23 Nov) engaging on the future Uni workforce for digital research. …
Publishing Your Research Archive Online
Historian Rebe Taylor collaborated with the University of Melbourne’s eScholarship Research Centre to develop an award-winning annotated history and finding guide about the collections and papers of …
Digital Scholarship Team wins National Award
The University’s Data Forensic Lab has been recognised for its innovative use of ICT by VALA. The prestigious VALA Award, made biennially, is presented to the …
Improved CloudStor FileSender functionality: end-to-end encryption and more.
File sharing and collaboration is now easier for Australian researchers with upgraded CloudStor. One of the new features for CloudStor FileSender is end-to-end encryption providing secure file …
Team Research and the Research Data Lifecycle
Last Friday as part of International Research Administrators Day I attended an event that brought together staff supporting research across the university. It was great to …
ARC and Data Management
Filling out the ARC data management section in your ARC funding applications? The Project Description section in ARC applications requires researchers to briefly detail their plans for the management of …
Errors make half of public datasets unusable
A recent study of ecology publications showed that accompanying datasets are often incomplete or of such low quality that the data can be difficult or impossible to re-use. …
E3 Extreme Expertise Expo
Drop in and meet some of our extreme experts and see how they can support you in your research endeavours. You will find experts in the …
New service to share and find controlled vocabularies
The Australian National Data Service (ANDS) has just announced the launch of a new service that will help researchers share and find controlled vocabularies (sets of agreed terms). …
Who are you when using online sites?
I just finished reading an interesting article as part of the Stanford Open Knowledge Course. Dr Judith Donath raises issues about how the use of your …
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