The key theme of ResBaz Melb 2017 is “community” and Researcher@Library is participating to empower your digital literacy. ResBaz runs from Tuesday 21 February
to Thursday 23 February 2017.
Researcher@Library workshops are to run on Thursday 23 February 2017.
10-11am: Research Data Management
Researchers from all disciplines accumulate data as part of their research practice. This data can comprise a variety of forms: notes and documentation, interviews, images, archival records, surveys, and much more. Good research data management planning keeps your data secure, allows you to find and access it easily, and can verify research outcomes. It also supports your future research by enabling you and others to share and reuse your data. In this session, you will learn how you can effectively manage your research data and explore some of the services available at the University that can help.
11am-12pm: ORCID & Researcher Profiles
Researcher profiles such as Google Scholar can help increase your online visibility, allow you to take credit for you work, find out who cites your work, and be prepared for applications which ask for a demonstration of your research impact. An Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) is a permanent identifier which facilitates disambiguation of researchers and research outputs and is increasingly used by funding bodies and journal publishers. This workshop will give an overview of the digital researcher profile landscape. [Bring your own device to set up profiles and your ORCID during the session]
12-1pm: Sharing your Research Articles
* The Research Bazaar is a free 3 day conference hosted by Research Platforms at The University of Melbourne. Read more about ResBaz Melbourne 2017 here.