Module 15 - Pathways and Training

Pathways and Training

Congratulations on completing the SOL:AR Modules!

We hope you have found them beneficial to your studies as a UNE postgraduate student.

You are welcome to come back and work through the modules as you need to.

Listed below are a number of services across UNE that run regular training sessions and events that will assist the research you undertake whilst at UNE.

Academic Skills Office

The Academic Skills Office offers a series of workshops to assist HDR students with preparing and writing your thesis. You can see more information about upcoming sessions or log in to the ASO Moodle site for upcoming sessions and recordings of past sessions. There are fact sheets on academic writing and individual support is also available by appointment. To make an appointment, register here.

Intersect

Intersect training is available at UNE throughout the year, for more information visit the training page.  UNE's eResearch analyst can be contacted for support.

IT Training

There are a range of training courses available on the IT Training Research Students web page as well as on the IT Training Online Moodle Site where students can self-enroll at any time. This site covers many different applications used by students at UNE.

Library

UNE Library has upcoming training sessions open to all HDRs here, as well as recordings of past information sessions on the Research LibGuide. You can book a consultation with your School Librarian or email the team.

Research Integrity Office

Further information regarding research integrity can be found online.

Research Services

Research Services facilitates and supports UNE research efforts, including HDR students. Visit their website for more information.

UNE Animal Ethics

Further information regarding Animal Research Ethics can be found online.

UNE Careers and Employability

Check out UNE's Careers and Employability webpage for more information and assistance on how UNE students can succeed in their career planning and job searching.

UNE Human Research Ethics

Further information regarding Human Research Ethics can be found online.

Acknowledgment

The first iteration of SOL:AR was created in 2020 by the SOL:AR Project Group- Eleanor Colla, Ingrid Wijeyewardene, Julie Orr, Katherine Polain, Kerry Gleeson, Kylie Burgess,  Peta Lisle, Peta Ryan- in collaboration with many colleagues across UNE.

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If you have any questions, comments, or feedback please email SOL:AR