Researcher@Library Training for Graduate Students and Researchers

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

Upcoming sessions: July - August 2018


Researcher@Library Workshops

PhD, MPhil and Masters by Research students only

NB: These groupings are designed as a guide only. Graduate students are able to register for sessions at any stage of their research.

Early-stage Graduate Researchers

Mid-stage Graduate Researchers

Late-stage Graduate Researchers (close to completion)

Reference Management

How to choose a reference manager




Watch recordings of library webinars on reference management, on topics such as:

  • Which reference manager: EndNote, Mendeley or Zotero?
  • Zotero for beginners
  • Mendeley for beginners
  • EndNote for beginners
  • EndNote for advanced users

Discipline-specific Workshops

Systematic Review Miniseries

Data Visualisation

  • Visualise Your Data for HASS - Coming soon.

Law Library workshops

Please click here to view all workshops offered by Melbourne Law Library.

Online Resources and Training

Research Data Management

  • Managing Data @Melbourne is the University's online research data management training program. It consists of six short modules, which outline the fundamental practices of good data management.

Microsoft Office, Adobe & Google Apps

  • Pick It Up Online - online training resource for University of Melbourne students and staff.
  • Microsoft Office 365 - online training resource for University of Melbourne students and staff.

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