Welcome new researchers
Some library resources to get you started.
New Researchers’ Library Guide
This handy guide highlights Library resources and services for research staff and graduate research students who are new to the University of Melbourne. Connect with us for support throughout your research journey.
Researcher@Library Workshops and Online Resources
Develop your library research skills and digital capabilities as a researcher, including live online sessions and video tutorials on:
- Getting started with library research
- Database searching
- Managing references
- Managing data
- Managing files
- Publishing strategically
- Open research
- Tracking research impact
New webinars and workshops are added throughout the year.
Getting Started with Library Research (webinars held monthly)
Get an overview of key resources and services at the University Library for your research, and how best to find and use them.
These orientation sessions are essential for graduate research students and academic staff who are new to the University of Melbourne. They provide an overview of resources at the University Library and how best to find and use them effectively. We highlight things to consider sooner rather than later in your research projects 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.
Next session 10 March 2021. Book your place here.
Note: These events are part of the Researcher@Library program, and are presented for University of Melbourne staff and students only.