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Researcher@Library | Webinar for Graduate & Academic Researchers

Key message - e.g. Get an overview of key resources and services at the University Library for your research, and how best to find and use them.

Event summary - e.g. This orientation session is essential for graduate research students and academic staff new to the University of Melbourne. It provides an overview of resources at the University Library and how best to find and use them effectively. We highlight things to consider sooner rather than later in your candidature, including copyright considerations, reference management and data management plans. Learn how to book personalized research consultations and locate specialist databases in your subject area, and receive tips on how to structure successful search strategies using major citation databases.

Learning Outcomes

If provided - e.g. By the end of the workshop you will:

  • Have a clear overview of where and how to find library resources relevant to your research.
  • Understand the basics of database searching (Boolean searching, keywords) and key features of major citation databases (Web of Science, Scopus).
  • Be aware of research-related tools and requirements for your Graduate Research candidature including ORCiD, data management planning, reference management software, copyright.

Presenters:

  • Name, Position

This event is part of the Researcher@Library program, and is presented for University of Melbourne staff and students only. For more information, email libraryresearch-tickets@unimelb.edu.au.

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