Thursday 9 May, 9.30 – 11.00am. This session will showcase recent changes to the database and include a mini workshop. Continue reading “Reaxys workshop (chemistry database)”
Learn introductory or advanced EndNote skills in the comfort of your home or office. Thomson presents ‘live’ EndNote tutorials from the U.S. at Melbourne/Sydney friendly times. Sessions include Q and A segments. Continue reading “EndNote training at your desk” →
The pros and cons of Endnote, Refworks, Zotero and Mendeley will be explored on the 10th April in a session designed to give researchers an insight into which reference management software might best suit their research needs. Continue reading “Which reference manager? EndNote, RefWorks, Mendeley or Zotero?” →
Organize your research, collaborate with others & discover the latest research with Mendeley. Want to find out more?
Come to the library’s Mendeley for researchers session on 17 April. We will showcase Mendeley’s main features, highlight online social network benefits for researchers and discuss why it is one of the more popular and easy to use free reference management systems currently available. Continue reading “Organize your research, collaborate with others & discover the latest research with Mendeley. Want to find out more?” →
Free useful resources for presenting data in user-friendly formats. Brief descriptions and links at: Smashing Apps’ 40 Useful and Free Visualization Libraries: Charts, Diagrams and Flowcharts -Free and Useful Online Resources for Designers and Developers
EndNote X6 has been tested by Library and ITS staff and can be downloaded from the Library’s EndNote download site. Researchers using University-owned computers can request EndNote X6 to be installed via the ITS Service Desk. Continue reading “EndNote X6 for Windows & EndNote X6.0.2 for Mac are now available” →
Pick It Up Online, a suite of online training modules, provides training on basic and advanced topics for MS Word 2010, MS Excel 2010, MS Powerpoint 2010 and Photoshop CS5 is available via the Student Portal. More information: http://www.studentit.unimelb.edu.au/goodtoknow/pickituponline.html
Liaison librarians can assist researchers wanting to determine the impact of their publications and other research outputs for grant applications. The service requires a minimum of 2 weeks delivery time. More information about the service can be found on the Research Impact Library Advisory Service (RILAS) webpage
The Library is trialling Prometheus an archive that enables you to search over 70 art history, design, architecture, theological, historical and archaeological image databases using a single interface. Continue reading “Prometheus: digital image archive for art & cultural sciences – database trial until 24 April 2013” →
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