E-Resources@UoM: Therapeutic Guidelines – eTG Complete app now available!
The full collection of Therapeutic Guidelines via the eTG Complete app is now available for University of Melbourne staff and students. The collection comprises 2,500 clinical topics and 3,500 …
Database free trials in March for the University of Melbourne!
For the month of March the following databases are offered as a free TRIAL to the University of Melbourne. Please provide feedback to aid us in assessing their …
E-Resources@UoM: Times Higher Education – THE
THE (Times Higher Education) is the data provider underpinning university excellence in every continent across the world. As the company behind the world’s most influential university …
Think. Check. Attend. – Your guide to avoiding predatory conferences
Image by crystal710 via pixabay Predatory conferences (conferences promoted to fraudulently make money from attendance fees) are becoming an increasingly common part of academic life. When …
E-Resources@UoM: KOREAN databases – New resources!
Two new Korean databases are now available for University of Melbourne staff and students. Click on the database name to access the respective Library Catalogue record: …
London Review of Books (Trial ends 10th April 2019)
The London Review of Books is published twice a month, it provides a space for some of the world’s best writers to explore a wide variety of …
Last chance to apply for the Digital Studio graduate internship program: academics and graduate research students
In semester one the Digital Studio will host 10 new graduate internships valued at $2,000 each. The internships bring together graduate students, postdocs and academics from …
New to the University of Melbourne Library? The New Users’ Guide is here!
Welcome to the Library from unilibrary on Vimeo. If you are new to the University of Melbourne and the library, here is some UoM Library …
Achieving policy impact: a guide for Early-Career Researchers
Early-career researchers (ECRs) face tremendous challenges and additional burden in demonstrating the “impact” of their research in the policy sphere, while coping with key challenges that are …
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 …
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