Upcoming Training & Opportunities – September

Researcher@Library Program

We hope to see you at some of our webinars this SeptemberAccess the University Library’s suite of webinars available to researchers of all stages. Here is what’s coming up in September! 

  • Webinar | File Management 101  

Thursday 10 September, 1pm – 2pm. Online. (Book now)   

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 focus on your research question? This webinar will help you get organised and start managing your files and information properly. Keep track of your data and become a more efficient researcher with these techniques on improving your file management. Book now! 

  • Webinar | Getting Started with Library Research  

Thursday 17 September, 1pm – 2:30pm. Online. (Book now 

Get an overview of key resources and services at the University Library for your research, and how best to find and use them. This orientation session is essential for graduate research students and academic staff who are new to the University of Melbourne. We highlight things to consider sooner rather than later in your candidature, including copyright considerations, reference management and data management plans. Learn how to book personalized research consultations and locate specialist databases in your subject area and receive tips on how to structure successful search strategies using major citation databases. Book now! 

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Discovery Research Project: Call for researchers & academic staff to participate

The University Library’s Discovery team is conducting a user research project aimed at understanding the needs, motivations and difficulties of people using our library systems and platforms, which include Discovery, the Library catalogue, LeanLibrary, and Minerva Access (Institutional Repository), to name a few.  

The project aims to identify improvements that we can make to the discovery and access of Library resources. 

We would like to interview researchers completing a PhD and Masters by thesis – as well as academic staff. 

The interview will be conducted via Zoom and will take approximately 30 mins. You will be asked questions about you and your research, which systems you use, and how you access them. 

If you are interested in participating in the study and would like more information, please contact Hannah Armitage, hannah.armitage@unimelb.edu.au Discovery UX Specialist, Student and Scholarly Services.

 

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