Are you a researcher or higher degree by research candidate looking to further your learning and development? Our upcoming online workshops this March will provide you with vital skills for your research career.
Which workshops are being offered?
8 March: Are you a researcher in the Health disciplines? Systematic style reviews in Health: Building a robust search strategy is a workshop that will walk you through expert search techniques for your systematic reviews.
10 March: Get your literature review on track with Organisation and Evaluation of resources for Systematic Quantitative Literature Reviews.
15 March: Learn to manage your references with our EndNote tutorial, followed by an EndNote Q&A.
16 March: Managing your Research Literature will teach you to identify themes in your research literature and manage your references and research material.
17 March: Let’s get digital! This workshop will introduce you to Digital tools for Research.
22 March: Researcher profiles – ResearchID/Publons can help you showcase your research track record and make yourself discoverable by funders, collaborators and colleagues.
23 March: Complete the video lessons then join the LimeSurvey Q&A to solidify your understanding of this survey tool.
24 March: Methods versus Methodology in research—learn the difference!
24 March: This workshop on Managing your Research Data will introduce you to data management practices and which resources and services are available to you throughout the research life cycle.
29 March: Are you conducting research in the Humanities, Arts or Social Sciences? Introduction to digital texts and tools for HASS research will take you through the digital research workflow.
31 March: Learn how to build and deploy projects with the Introduction to REDCap at Griffith workshop.
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.