Researcher Connect Online 2020
Online Event Series: Webinars, Virtual Drop-ins + more
Join us for a 19-day online program for University of Melbourne graduate and academic researchers, showcasing high-level research tools and skills training, resources and support services. Designed for researchers to:
What’s in store?
Events are being added daily, so subscribe to Researcher@Library Blog for the latest information. Here’s a taster of the events you can look forward to:
- RefMan, or Reference Management sessions on Endnote, Zotero and Mendeley to help researchers manage their research “libraries”.
- Expert searching (systematic and other reviews), scholarly publishing, engagement and research impact, collections and more sessions from University researchers, librarians and tech experts.
- Meet the Platforms and explore the diverse range of research platforms available to University researchers, from advanced microscopy to cultural informatics, and more.
- ResPitch (Research Pitch) sessions for crash courses on different research tools, their research applications and available support at the University. Run by Research Computing Services.
- Meet the Experts Drop-in sessions systematic and other reviews, scholarly publishing, reference management tools, and digital imaging.
- Competitions – Introducing the #ResConOnine Poster Competition – showcasing the digital tools and methodiologies. We launch the 2020 VisualiseYour Thesis competition, which helps grad researchers to build essential digital communication skills to effectively convey their complex research to general audiences. Great prizes to be won!
- … and more!
Get connected with the researcher community
- Explore the Researcher Connect events and book your place!
- Join us on Twitter with #ResConOnline and tag @unilibrary and @ResCom_unimelb
- Subscribe to Researcher@Library Blog for the latest news on Researcher Connect.
Brought to you by the University Library (Scholarly Services) and Research Computing Services in collaboration with Research Platforms teams and others in the University’s diverse research community. Have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.