Researcher@Library program for graduate researchers and academics

The University Library provides training and information sessions to help graduate researchers and academics develop their library research skills and digital capabilities. Workshop topics range from database searching and managing references, to publishing strategically and tracking your research impact.

Upcoming sessions

  • Getting started with library research
    Aimed at newly-enrolled graduate students beginning their research journey (i.e., Research Masters & PhD candidates) and Early Career Researchers new to the University of Melbourne, the session will provide an introduction to structuring successful search strategies and demonstrate the use of major citation databases, plus tips for keeping your literature search up-to-date.
    Date and time:  Wednesday 20 February 2019, 3.00pm-4.30pm.
  • Public Access and Your Thesis
    This workshop covers everything you need to know to prepare a PhD or Master by Research thesis for the University's Open Access Repository (Minerva Access). The concepts covered are essential knowledge for graduate researchers at all stages of their thesis, and their supervisors.
    Date and time:  Tuesday 12 March 2019, 11.00am-12.00pm.

Please note: These workshops are subject to change, based on bookings and demand.