Develop your library research skills and digital capabilities as a researcher – from database searching and managing references, to publishing strategically and tracking their research impact.
Thursday 1pm - 2:30pmGetting Started with Library Research (September Webinar)Webinar for graduate & academic researchers | Researcher@Library
Thursday 1pm - 2pmFile Management 101 (September Webinar)Webinar for graduate & academic researchers | Researcher@Library
Friday 1pm - 2pmManaging Research Impact and Online EngagementWebinar for graduate & academic researchers
Wednesday 4pm - 5pm2020 Visualise Your Thesis Awards EventEvent
Thursday 1pm - 2pmMarket Research for Industry EngagementWebinar for graduate & academic researchers
Wednesday 11:30am - 1pmGetting Started with Library Research (August Webinar)Webinar for graduate & academic researchers | Researcher@Library
Tuesday 2pm - 3pmVisualise Your Thesis: Test your entry drop-in session #5Visualise Your Thesis | Drop-in
Monday 2pm - 3pmVisualise Your Thesis: Test your entry drop-in session #4Visualise Your Thesis | Drop-in
Monday 3pm - 4pmPublic Access and Your Thesis (August Webinar)Webinar for graduate & academic researchers | Researcher@Library
Thursday 3pm - 4pmPresentation design for researchersVisualise Your Thesis | Online Event
Tuesday 3pm - 4pmShort, sharp and to the point – finding the right words to tell your research story and bring it to lifeVisualise Your Thesis | Online Training
Tuesday 1pm - 2:30pmGetting Started with Library Research (July)Researcher@Library | Webinar for Graduate & Academic Researchers
Tuesday 2pm - 3pmVisualise Your Thesis (VYT) Competition Launch and information sessionEvent
Ongoing online resources available to University of Melbourne staff and students.
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.
- Which reference manager: EndNote, Mendeley or Zotero?
- Zotero for beginners
- Mendeley for beginners
- EndNote for beginners
- EndNote for advanced users
Effective Video Storytelling For Researchers
Digital storytelling is a powerful way to communicate research and engage broad audiences. This series of 3 short videos introduce key concepts for developing research narratives and understanding production principles to create engaging videos to reach your audience (funders, collaborators, media or the general public). Developed for researchers at the University of Melbourne.
Chapter 1: Finding Your Why
Chapter 2: Show, Don't Tell
Chapter 3: Your Video Lab at Home
The 2020 Researcher Connect program is at an end after 19 days, 50+ events and 1500+ attendees between 9 June – 3 July. But you can check out these webinar recordings, resources, and other related training opportunities, click on the button below to explore (Sign-in required).
Market Research for Industry Engagement
This recording highlights the range of market resources available to identify organisations as potential research partners and understand their broader industry context to help inform your decision-making.
By the end of this recording you will know more about:
- Where to access market research resources
- Researching organisations
- Researching sectors and industries
- The country PESTLE landscape – Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, Environmental
- Industry news and current awareness
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.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org