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Microbiology and Immunology: Home

Nau mai, haere mai! Welcome to your M&I subject guide!

This guide will provide you with access to a range of key library and information resources to aid your studies or research in Microbiology & Immunology. You can navigate using the tabs across the top.

You can make an appointment to see your Subject Librarian if you'd like some support with your research. This guide is always a work in progress, so we welcome feedback and suggestions for additional content. 

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Library Postgraduate Sessions via Zoom - 2024, Semester 1

These Library Information Sessions are provided specifically for postgraduate students. All Semester 1 sessions will be held on a Tuesday at 10:30 via Zoom - check below for Semester 1 dates.  For more information and to register book now via this link  ** Check back late June to book for Semester 2 dates*

 

9 April 10:30 - 11:30 Thesis Information For new thesis students:
covers preparation, copyright
compliance, submitting,
and depositing.
16 April 10:30 - 11:30 Introduction to Effective 
Search Strategies
Learn how to search recommended
databases for relevant
literature, and manage
your results.
23 April 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Research
Data Management
Make sense of the complexity
around data storage, description,
re-use and archiving. 
7 May 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Getting
Published
Practical tips for postgraduates.
Learn how to develop a publishing
strategy and identify the right journals
for submission. 
21 May 10:30 - 11:30 Introduction to Researcher
Profiles
Building online profiles to promote
your research, and yourself.
 
11 June 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Research
Impact & Metrics
Understand tools that explain
impact factors and ranking for
what to read, and where to publish.