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  1. Wikipedia in teaching: benefits and stumbling blocks – Upcoming Panel Discussion

    Wikipedia is the world’s largest and most-used encyclopedia, and often students’ first point of call for research. To increase students’ understanding of how to read and contribute to Wikipedia, …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/04/18/wikipedia-in-teaching-benefits-and-stumbling-blocks-upcoming-panel-discussion

  2. Australian Visionaries — Melbourne University Publishing

    Now available through Melbourne University Press are six Australian Classic texts free for eBook download.   Accessible to anyone, the classic titles are just a taste of the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/04/15/australian-visionaries-melbourne-university-publishing

  3. Mobilising knowledge for policy and practice: research translation, research impact and what this means for you

    Research translation, or knowledge mobilization, is regarded as increasingly important activity as governments and the broader public demand that publicly-funded research has ‘real-world’ impact. Furthermore, as …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/04/11/mobilising-knowledge-for-policy-and-practice-research-translation-research-impact-and-what-this-means-for-you

  4. Springer Nature x ResearchGate – the What, Why and How of the syndication

      X Recently, Springer Nature and Research Gate have announced a pilot to “deliver seamless discovery and an enhanced reading experience” through a syndication of selected …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/03/25/springer-nature-x-researchgate-the-what-why-and-how-of-the-syndication

  5. Cochrane Interactive Learning for the University of Melbourne

    Developed by world-leading experts in systematic review methods, the Cochrane Interactive Learning online modules are now available for University of Melbourne staff and students. An online …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/03/14/cochrane-interactive-learning-for-the-university-of-melbourne

  6. 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 …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/03/08/database-free-trials-in-march-for-the-university-of-melbourne

  7. 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 …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/03/04/e-resourcesuom-times-higher-education-the

  8. 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 …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/02/28/think-check-attend-your-guide-to-avoiding-predatory-conferences

  9. 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 …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/01/28/thesis-reveal-does-open-access-publishing-limit-other-publishing-options

  10. Applying for a grant?

    Image from Skitterphoto on Pixabay The University Library has developed a suite of discipline-specific guides to assist researchers with using free and subscription tools to determine …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/researcher-library/2019/01/25/applying-for-a-grant

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