Our team of Researcher Services Librarians are research activity and discipline specialists who provide advice, training and support to Higher Degree Research candidates (HDRs) and researchers on how and where to:
- manage, clean, visualise, share, publish and archive research data
- find and use metrics to support promotion and grant applications
- build a profile to showcase your research
- publish for impact, including quality open access options
- find, organise and manage literature for systematic type and other literature reviews
- engage with open research.
We also offer skills training across all stages of the research lifecycle via workshops run through Researcher Education and Development (RED). Examples of our recent workshops for HDRs and researchers include:
- Systematic style reviews in Health: Building a robust search strategy
- Academic profiles
- Data visualisation basics
- Literature search strategies for systematic literature reviews.
Upcoming workshops include:
- Digital tools for research
- Working with sensitive data (in partnership with eResearch specialists)
To learn more about the various research workshops available and to explore the workshop calendar, see the Attend a workshop section on our Research and publishing webpage.
How do I contact a Researcher Services Librarian?
You can fill out the Get help from the Library request form on the Library homepage to get in touch with a Researcher Services Librarian. Whatever your question, we have the right people with the knowledge to help.