23 Things for Research
Digital tools are an increasingly vital part of research activity but the range and complexity of such tools can be overwhelming.
If you are challenged by:
- Tools that are easy to access, but difficult to use
- Tools that require complex customisation to meet your needs
- The overwhelming number of tools & their fitness for your purpose
- Ways to automate parts of your research methodology
Then help us help you! Tell us what YOU want to learn more about:
|Collaboration Tools||Mind-mapping tools|
|Blogging and Wikis||Visualisation tools|
|Time management & Organisation||Using QR Codes|
|Social Media||Researcher profiles|
|Digital asset management & curation||Online citation analysis & publication|
|Communication tools||Online survey tools|
|File sharing||GIS and Mapping tools|
The University Library is planning a 23 Things learning environment that suits YOUR research needs. For a recent example from Oxford, see the Bodleian’s current ’23 Things’ program: http://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/23things/all-about-23-things/. If you’re interested in being involved in a similar project here at Melbourne, leave your comments below.