Research repositories are online spaces to store and access research outputs, such as research journal articles and theses. Try searching these sites to find more research:
To locate and access theses and dissertations produce at Otago, in Aotearoa, or worldwide
Conferences papers are a source of current research, best practices and innovations in a research area. If you are unable to get access via the methods below, try contacting the paper's author for a copy.
The latest postgraduate research from the Centre for Science Communication:
The Thesis Information Guide pulls together University regulations, procedures, resources and sources of support about researching, writing, completing and submitting your thesis. The guide offers useful advice and support for all stages in the process:
Remember to revisit the guide often for simple to technical answers, and which support services to consult.
Designed to save you time, RSS feeds , and email alerts help you keep up-to-date with the latest research from websites and library databases.
Updates to your favourite websites and saved searches, or new journal tables of contents are sent to you through 'feed reader' or email software, like Feedly or Gmail. You can then quickly assess its relevance and choose to investigate further.
Look for the RSS icon :