2017 Library HDR Training Program

The Library offers a range of online seminars as part of the HDR training program. These seminars are targeted to University researchers, and higher degree by research students. Bookings are essential, and open for registration 2 weeks before the seminar takes place.

Literature Review 1: Plan your search and find literature

14 March, 16 May, 22 August, 24 October

  • Develop a plan to document your literature searching
  • Utilise specific techniques and strategies to ensure your searching is comprehensive
  • Find out how to access different types and sources of information from the Library and on the web.

Before coming to the workshop, we suggest you:

Literature Review 2: Find key papers and authors

16 March, 18 May, 24 August, 26 October

  • Discover key citation tracking tools and learn how to use them effectively
  • Learn strategies for following the work of key researchers and ideas in your field.

Before coming to the workshop, we suggest you:

  • Attend the Literature Review 1: Plan your search and find literature workshop.

Endnote 1: Introduction

14 March, 16 May, 22 August, 24 October

  • Learn the basics to get started using EndNote to store your references, attach full texts, organise your references into groups and cite in Word.

Before coming to the workshop, we suggest you:

Please note: This is a basic introduction to EndNote. For further assistance please contact your Liaison Librarian.

This workshop will be taught using a PC, but will give Mac users enough information to get started.

Endnote 2: Advanced

16 March, 18 May, 24 August, 26 October

  • Learn to use advanced features of EndNote such as how to edit a referencing style, merge Word documents containing EndNote references, and recover a damaged library.

Before coming to the workshop, we suggest you:

  • Attend the Endnote 1: Introduction workshop.

Please note: This is a fast-paced session aimed at users already proficient in the basics of Endnote. For further assistance please contact your Liaison Librarian.

Your publishing plan 1: Evaluate journals and publishers

30 May, 31 October

  • Develop your publishing plan by addressing key questions about your goals, audience, and time line
  • Discover open access options and Deakin Research Online
  • Learn key approaches and tools to evaluate the quality and impact of scholarly publications.

Before coming to the workshop, we suggest you:

Your publishing plan 2: Copyright and your thesis

1 June, 2 November

  • Learn strategies for managing copyright in your research outputs, including your thesis
  • Explore your rights as an author
  • Discover resources to help you make informed decisions.

Before coming to the workshop, we suggest you:

Your author profiles: Demonstrate research impact

30 May, 31 October

  • Learn how to develop your digital footprint with author profile systems
  • Save time and leverage your profiles to curate evidence of research impact.

Before coming to the workshop, we suggest you:

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