Research Tools

Some of the tools and services listed here are only available for staff and research students of the Faculty of Business and Law. If you cannot access restricted links please contact your supervisor or the Research Services Team to gain access.

For assistance when comparing statistical packages, please visit the wiki site Comparisons of statistical packages.


Faculty of Business and Law Databases

The Faculty provides staff and students with access to a range of database products to support them with their research.

For more information, please see the Faculty's Databases page and Software Page.

Deakin Software Library

The University provides access to a range of software products to support research, which are listed on the Deakin Software Library page. These include statistical software products such as SPSS, Amos and QSR Nvivo, and Teaching and Learning software products such as EndNote.

For more information, please contact eSolutions.

High-Performance Computing (HPC)

The Faculty’s Advance Business Analytics Laboratory (ABAL) provides access to a number of dedicated high-performance computer for analytical computing and research.

To access this service please contact the Research Services Team.

Alternatively, the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) can be access via the Deakin’s eResearch Services.

Deakin Behavioural Lab

The Deakin Behavioural Lab is an open spaced configurable lab designed for on-site behavioural and other experimental research within the Faculty.

To use this space or discuss about the possible experiment please contact the Research Services Team.

Library Resources

Deakin's library offers extensive support to research staff and students, including Library Resources for Research.

The Library has a range of Resource Guides for –

  • Business disciplines
  • Law

In addition, there are specific resources for study and research, including -

  • HDR Literature Review Plan
  • Research Metrics Toolkit
  • Your Thesis: literature, ethics, methods and publishing

Please consult the Library website for further details, or contact the Library through Chat, Email, Phone, Online Enquiry or make an appointment with library staff.

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