What is 23 Research Things?
23 Research Things is a self-directed, online learning programme for university staff and graduate students, showcasing a range of digital tools that can support research activity. The programme will share and explore new digital tools that might be useful to you and will also provide a framework for evaluation, reflection and for the wider integration of digital technologies within your research practice.
Each week, we’ll talk about one or more of the tools/tasks from our 23 Things programme and encourage you to try it out and reflect on how it could be of benefit to your work as a researcher.
23 Research Things is an initiative of the University of Melbourne Library and has been inspired by the Bodleian Library’s 23 Things for Research at Oxford and the DH23 Things programme at the University of Cambridge. The original 23 Things program was developed by the Public Library of Charlotte & Mecklenburg County in the USA in 2006.