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Bioethics: Postgrad Research

Research Support - recent resources to share

Library Postgraduate Sessions via Zoom - 2024, Semester 2

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 2 dates.  For more information and to register book now via this link  

 

13 August 10:30 - 11:30 Thesis Information For new thesis students:
covers preparation, copyright
compliance, submitting,
and depositing.
20 August 10:30 - 11:30 Introduction to Effective 
Search Strategies
Learn how to search recommended
databases for relevant
literature, and manage
your results.
27 August 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Research
Data Management
Make sense of the complexity
around data storage, description,
re-use and archiving. 
10 September 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. 
24 September 10:30 - 11:30 Introduction to Researcher
Profiles
Building online profiles to promote
your research, and yourself.
 
1 October 10:30 - 12 Introduction to Research
Impact & Metrics
Understand tools that explain
impact factors and ranking for
what to read, and where to publish. 

Postgraduate Library Services

Been away from study for a while? Want to refresh your skills so you can 'hit the ground running'?

Check the PG Library Information Sessions and Workshops in this guide - there are recordings, slides, handouts and links to support you. If you prefer a Zoom session this year book ahead now for  Zoom workshopsWink

Research Publishing & Impact

Publishing your research requires these steps in order to maximise your research impact.

  1.  Get published ... But, before you submit your publication, ensure you...
  2.  Increase your researcher visibility ... By sharing your research... and finally,
  3.  Track the citations for your publications ... To measure your research impact.

Research Lifecycle - refer to sections on Publish & Share, and Research Impact, for support as a new researcher.

The Research Publishing & Impact guide directs you to the key resources for getting published, establishing a researcher profile, and measuring and maximising your research impact.

Writing Your Thesis

Conferences

Conference papers are an excellent source of current research, best practices and new innovations in a research area. 

Citation databases

If you find a great article on your topic, you can use a citation database to track down related articles.