Researcher @Library Week 2017 program launched
A week of workshops, exhibitions, seminars, tours, data tech sessions, Thesis Whisperer, an ePoster competition, and a Wikipedia edit-a-thon. Discover services and tools to support your …
Digital Humanities Pathways Forum (Victoria)
You’re invited to attend the Victoria forum of “Digital Humanities Pathways” which will bring together local and national research groups, platforms, and services working across the …
Researcher@Library Week: Hackathon for Social Good
Calling all coders, creative thinkers, communicators, and those curious to test out new technology. Come along and be part of the Researcher@Library hack day for social good …
Research tools speed-dating
Monday 26 October, 10:00-11:00 am. STEM focus (science, technology, engineering & medicine) Tuesday 27 October, 10:00-11:00 am. HASS focus (humanities & social sciences) Are you …
E3 Extreme Expertise Expo
Drop in and meet some of our extreme experts and see how they can support you in your research endeavours. You will find experts in the …
Who are you when using online sites?
I just finished reading an interesting article as part of the Stanford Open Knowledge Course. Dr Judith Donath raises issues about how the use of your …
Have you caught up with our 23 Research Things @Melbourne blog yet?
It’s week 12 and we’re counting down 23 weekly posts showcasing a range of digital tools that might be useful for your research practice. Whatever your …
Artstor Digital Library update
The University Library is hosting a training session on the ARTstor Digital Library, including the new platform Shared Shelf.
NVivo: Introduction and Advanced courses at UniMelb
The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is once again offering courses for NVivo 10*. These 4 hour courses are open to all current UniMelb students and staff. …
Gallipoli Battlefield Survey – Read about Professor Tony Sagona’s archeological research
Professor Tony Sagona and a team of archeologists, historians, classicists, geographers and government officials from Australia, New Zealand and Turkey, have been surveying the Gallipoli battlefield. …
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