Are you a researcher or higher degree by research candidate looking to further your learning and development? Our upcoming online workshops this November will provide you with vital skills for your research career.
Which workshops are being offered?
1 Nov: External Research Datasets
Is an exploratory session for researchers on AURIN, ABS, ADA, and other major virtual data labs and portals. Discover large, interdisciplinary, layered datasets to support research.
2 Nov: Lime Survey Q and A
Learn how to use LimeSurvey at Griffith to create and format a research survey, including how to activate your survey.
3 Nov: Writing the Literature Review
Discover tips and strategies to help you prepare, plan and structure your writing to deliver a logical and coherent literature review.
8 Nov: Improving the tone and style of your academic writing
Gather strategies to develop your academic writing skills and compose text that has academic tone, style and clarity for the reader.
9 Nov: Introduction to REDCap at Griffith
Learn how to build and deploy projects in REDCap (REsearch Data CAPture), one of Griffith’s supported research survey tools. See how REDCap compares with LimeSurvey, Griffith’s other supported survey solution.
9 Nov: Copyright, Publishing and Open Access Considerations Q and A
Participants are asked to view a series of videos before the session, that examine copyright, publishing and open access considerations across all research disciplines. In this one hour session, the Information Policy Officer will answer questions and respond to comments from participants.
17 Nov: Data Storytelling
This session is for researchers to learn how to use the data, visuals and narrative to bring together the story of their research.
24 Nov: EndNote for Systematic Style Reviews and PRISMA
Learn to use EndNote features that facilitate systematic review processes during the stages of research gathering and screening of research literature, while supporting PRISMA reporting standards. It incorporates software demonstration with theoretical guidelines.
29 Nov: Publishing during your PhD
On completion of this workshop participants should be able to identify official HDR publishing requirements, including using publications in your thesis, copyright considerations, thesis structure requirements. Also become aware of support and training services available throughout your candidature.
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 [email protected] for assistance.