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Research Data Policy update

The University policy for the Management of Research Data and Records is now available in the University Policy Library For more information about research data management guides, tips and tools go to Doing Data Better@Melbourne

The new website for the Office of Research Ethics and Integrity (OREI) provides information for all researchers about for the conduct of responsible research.

Contact us if you would like to talk with someone about your research data management needs.

 


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What metrics are of value in a grant application?

Grant applications usually require you to provide info about your track record or research record. This info may include: your contribution and significance to the discipline, evidence of international standing or reputation in your field, evidence of your ability to collaborate effectively. Metrics may be able to be used to support your claims in a quantitative way. Our librarians can assist you in creating metric reports. Continue reading “What metrics are of value in a grant application?”


How often is your work mentioned in social media sites?

It’s worth taking a look at Altmetrics for Scopus. The database monitors a selection of social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google), blogs, mainstream media (e.g. NY Times, The Guardian, Die Zeit & Le Monde, Scientific American, New Scientist) and reference management programs for mentions of academic papers. Continue reading “How often is your work mentioned in social media sites?”



Publishing Opportunities (Business, Education, Health, Psychology & Psychiatry, Computer Science)

Cabell’s Directories of Publishing Opportunities provide journal information and Call for papers including: topic areas, acceptance rates, style and format as well as publication details. Continue reading “Publishing Opportunities (Business, Education, Health, Psychology & Psychiatry, Computer Science)”



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