Research Support Workshops

abstract imageUNE Library’s Research Advisory and Engagement Services (RAES) will be holding a series of workshops covering a variety of topics across the research lifecycle, helping you to find and manage reference materials, select publishers, measure your impact and engagement, disseminate your work online, and manage your research data.

  • workshops will be throughout 2018 in the Dixson Library Training Lab.
  • dates listed below will be updated regularly when the class listings are renewed.

Post-graduate students, researchers, and academics from across all schools are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Online researcher profiles

Thursday 9 May 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Dixson Library Training Lab

A hands-on opportunity for researchers to create basic identifiers and profiles to quantify scholarly impact, make themselves findable in an online world, share and find work beyond publisher paywalls, and facilitate connecting to others in the same field.

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Online engagement

Wednesday 22 May 2019, 11:00 AM–12:00 PM, Dixson Library Training Lab

A broad set of online profiling and engagement tools are available to researchers, but using them in a consistent and effective manner can seem like a steep learning curve. Mastering the basics of research profile tools can have a significant positive outcome for your research career. The Dixson Library will take a look at a variety of online author profile apps that help researchers disseminate and discuss their work, communicate with the wider research community, and find potential collaboration partners.

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Advanced EndNote for postgraduates

Tuesday 28 May 2019, 10:00 AM–12:00 PM, Dixson Library Training Lab

Advanced EndNote extends and expands our basics classes for intermediate and advanced users at UNE. This class will explore advanced topics including syncing your library with EndNote Online, working with PDFs, unformatting citations (when combining thesis chapters) and a lot more!

Note: this is an advanced class, students should have experience with EndNote and/or have attended the EndNote Basics class. Academics and professional staff are also welcome to attend.