Are you a researcher or higher degree by research candidate looking to further your learning and development? Our upcoming online workshops this February will provide you with vital skills for your research career. 


Which workshops are being offered? 

2 February: Gather strategies to develop your academic writing skills and compose text that has academic tone, style and clarity for the reader at Improving the tone and style of your academic writing. 

3 February: Reproducible Research: Building Business Continuity will teach you ways to make your research reproducible and transparent. 

10 February: Gain familiarity with tools for measuring research outputs to highlight aspects of your track record for grant or promotion applications at Measuring and showcasing research: scholarly metrics. 

15 February: Systematic style reviews: Tips and tools for getting from start to finish will discuss guidelines and protocols, research questions and search strategies, and screening and documenting your searches. 

16 February: Working with Sensitive Data provides a framework and skills on all aspects of the practical and appropriate management of sensitive data in health research. 

17 February: Systematic Quantitative Literature Review (SQLR) & Advancing SQLR will explain the method and key stages of conducting systematic quantitative literature reviews in a two-part workshop. 

22 February: Work through the steps to undertake the literature research necessary for your systematic quantitative literature review at Literature search strategies for Systematic Quantitative Literature Reviews: how to find papers and where to look. 

24 February: Data Storytelling will teach you how to use the data, visuals and narrative to bring together the story of your research.   


How do I join a workshop? 

Register on the event page of the workshop you’d like to attend. All researcher workshops can be accessed via the Researcher Education and Development calendar. 

Registrations close the day before each workshop—to register after that time please email the Researcher Education and Development (RED) team for assistance.