The following workshops are tailored to the teaching and research focus of the campus where they are presented:
Learn time saving tips on how to effectively search Google Scholar, the Library Catalogue, Library databases and theses for your literature review or research area. In this workshop you will learn how to:
Workshops are offered for each Division (Business, EASS, Health Sciences and ITEE)
Do you need to find company and industry information such as:
This workshop will help you uncover this information in a range of databases, directories, websites, annual reports, stock exchanges and media sources.
EndNote essentials is for people who would like to learn how to use EndNote. It includes creating a new library and adding references, inserting references into Word documents and creating a bibliography.
Strategically increase your visibility and maximise the influence of your research through:
If you have published come to this workshop and discover how to maximise the impact of your publications across the world using Author Identifier Systems.
Learn about these systems, create your author profile using ResearcherID (Web of Science), review your Scopus ID, then link them to ORCiD (Open Researcher and Contributor ID).
Including your ORCiD is becoming part of the journal submission process for many publishers, and is a field in the National Health and Medical Research Council’s Research Grant Management System.
All 3 identifier systems are included in Academic Staff Activity reports, so if you are considering applying for Academic Promotion, check your report to ensure the information is accurate.
Come to a 60 minute workshop where you will:
You may already have profiles on all 3 products, but we need to ensure they are linked to gain maximum benefit and hopefully reduce ongoing maintenance, so please bring all your usernames and passwords with you, along with your publications list.
Are you looking for a journal in which to publish your paper, and want some tips to maximise your chances of getting published? In this workshop:
Want to gain the edge in publishing your research, understand what journal editors want, protect your rights, and get writing? Come to Publishing your research and what editors want, a Research Education Support Activities seminar for Research Degree Students, Early Career Researchers and Supervisors.
The workshop includes:
Management of Research Data is an essential part of every research project. Funding bodies are also placing more emphasis on this topic, by requesting Data Management information in grant applications.
This 1 hour seminar will provide an introduction to Research Data Management and will look at Data Management Planning and support available at UniSA in more detail.
This seminar will cover:
Grey literature generally refers to unpublished sources such as reports, conference proceedings, clinical trials, government documents, informal communications, practice guidelines, preprints, emails and more.
This workshop will cover the following aspects of grey literature:
This workshop is for staff and research students in the Division of Health Sciences who are undertaking a systematic review and would like to know how to use bibliographic management software to manage their search results.
The PRISMA flow chart provides the structure for the workshop which covers:
Looking for evidence based health literature?
This workshop looks at:
Reference management software can be used to organize and share research literature and team documents such as reports, publications and presentations.
Discover how a range of programs including EndNote and Reworks can be used to collaboratively build, share, edit, organize and annotate references.
Management of your Research Data is an essential part of every research project. Funding bodies are now asking for Data Management information in grant applications.
In this 30 minute seminar learn about what support and services are available to help you.
The seminar will cover: