Managing the digital chaos
Using digital technologies effectively has become a mainstream requirement for the modern scholar. But how do you manage a tsunami of file formats, storage systems, metadata standards – not to mention the latest digital tools and cloud services – when all you want to do is focusing on your research question? And all the more when you incorporate images in your research?
In the upcoming weeks, Researcher@Library workshop series will bring you three sessions to get you started with reviewing your strategies in managing your digital resources including files and images used in your research:
- File Management 101: tips to help you get organised and start managing your files and information properly – 11 April 2018.
- Digital Imaging 101: basics of image manipulation – 16 April 2018.
- Working with images – an overview: an overview of issues that may arise when working with images and other non-textual material – 17 April 2018.
Register for your spot before it runs out! Only for University of Melbourne graduate students, staff and early researchers.
Subscribe to Researcher@Library blog for frequent updates and news straight to your inbox, or follow the 23 Research Things blog for some tips and tools regarding using images (e.g: Thing 13). Registration and information for all Researcher@Library sessions can be found on the Workshops and Tours page.