The Library's Research Education Support Activities workshops are offered as part of the University's Research Education Support Activities (RESA) program and are designed to support UniSA academics, researchers, Research Degree postgraduate students and honours students throughout the research life cycle.
Find out more about how our RESA workshops can take you beyond Google to a vast range of quality information resources by taking a look at the workshop descriptions.
Online resources with similar content are also available to all staff and students.
Workshops for the next two months are listed below. If no workshops appear none have been scheduled for that period.
All workshops in the series should be booked to secure your place to attend.
A detailed description for each workshop is available to help you decide which session is best for you.
You can contact your Academic Library Team to arrange an individual appointment or tailored workshops for your research group.
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