We can advise researchers on impact measures, open access, getting published, database alerting services and managing your research data. As well as develop an SCU Researcher Profile for you to promote your research profile, assist you with EndNote and help you obtain research literature.
Library & DVC(R) presentations
A series of collaborative sessions between the Library and DVC(R), addressing topics of interest and relevance to all researchers.
Research impact: The view from both sides - 5th August, 2020
The presentations provide an overview of Academic and Non-academic research impact, addressing the following:
- What is research impact?
- How do we measure it?
- Why does it matter?
Access and Indigenous Knowledge – 23rd October, 2019
In this session we are joined by Elders and Academics from Gnibi, College of Indigenous Australian Peoples. Uncle Herb Roberts, Janine Dunleavy and Dhinawan Baker reflect on what Open and Access mean in the context of Indigenous Knowledge, guided by the Gnibi Elders Principles (as outlined in Southern Cross University’s Reconciliation Action Plan).
How to publish strategically - 10th September, 2019
Jerry Vanclay and Mary Spongberg present on strategic publishing, followed by a Q&A with Library staff member and former researcher Jackie Wolstenholme.
Destination Research: tools for the journey is a series of conversations with Southern Cross University researchers and experts. Topics include bibliometrics, getting published, open access and the future of research. The podcast series is available on SoundCloud from the links below.
- Southern Cross university Herbarium - an interview with Dr Sue evans, Dr Hans Wohlmuth and Professor Michael Heinrich
- What are NTROs? Interview with Associate Professor Grayson Cooke
- Interview with DVC(R) Professor Mary Spongberg
- Collaboration and social networking with Prof. Robyn Keast
- Tips on getting published with Prof. Yvonne Brunetto
- Everything you wanted to know about bibliometrics: Part 1
- Everything you wanted to know about bibliometrics: Part 2
- Journey from PhD student to early career researcher
- Celebrating Open Access
- The future of research
- Learning about Big Data with Professor Michael Kortt
- Steps to Successful Mentoring with Professor Betty Weiler
- Engaging with online research networks with Professor David Lynch
- Engaging with community and industry: a conversation with Professor Stuart Smith
- Research Data Management with Prof Amy Cutter Mackenzie