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  1. Thesis Reveal: Does open access publishing limit other publishing options?

      Are you a graduate researcher conflicting over whether to publish your research on open access or through a commercial form of scholarly publishing? This particular …


  2. Thesis Reveal: The benefits and impact of Open Access

      Are you a graduate researcher considering publishing your thesis on open access? This particular Masters Research thesis might help make up your mind. The thesis, …


  3. Why data is king

    Google and Facebook have revolutionised our digital landscape. Google is so popular that it is now a verb in the dictionary, while Facebook boasts 2.01 billion …


  4. Translating a complex research into an accessible comic format

    A challenge that researchers face is the ability to communicate their work to a broader, more varied audiences. Dr Jan Friesen and Dr Skander Elleuche have …


  5. University of Melbourne Newspaper Subscription

    This post was published on January 7, 2019. We’ve updated links to how you can access newspapers in this 2024 post.


  6. Welcome to Tinker

    Tinker is the newest addition to the Australian research infrastructure landscape. It is an online environment designed for the discovery and exploration of digital methods, tools, …


  7. Libguide: Statistical and Mathematical Software

    The statistical and mathematical software guide is one of our most popular library guides and provides information for the University of Melbourne (UoM) community on where to access statistical software on …


  8. Understanding your Publishing Agreement

    Authors and publishers will generally have a publishing agreement (sometimes referred to as an author or licence agreement) in place when a work is published. Publishing …


  9. Royal Exhibition Building & Uni Melb Archives

    Graduation season is in full swing and many take place in Melbourne’s world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. This magnificent building is the oldest surviving from …


  10. How to promote your research achievements without being obnoxious?

      Promoting your research achievements is not being arrogant. In fact, it is a necessity. You cannot depend on your research work being picked up automatically. …


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