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GRO makes Griffith research accessible and discoverable by our community

Since January 2024, publications in Griffith’s institutional repository, Griffith Research Online (GRO), have been downloaded nearly 1.3 million times. GRO unlocks… Read More

Map your research skills development journey

Are you a researcher or HDR looking for training?  Not sure where to start your research learning journey?     Whether you need… Read More

Researcher Workshops for June

This June the Library has a range of exciting workshops available to improve your research skills and prepare you for publication.   Wednesday… Read More

Upgrade your knowledge using online resources and tutorials

As you navigate your research journey, there’s a lot you will need to learn and discover.   One way to upgrade your knowledge… Read More

Professor Alberto Posso: Consequences and solutions for child labour and poverty

Each month Griffith Library finds out more about a remarkable Griffith researcher. Professor Alberto Posso is Head of the Department of… Read More

International Day of Light 2024: Illuminating the study of light at Griffith

For more than 1,000 years, the study of light has led to discoveries that have revolutionised society and broadened our knowledge of the universe. … Read More

Researcher workshops for May

Are you looking for help with your researcher profiles or metrics, Library searching for a literature review, formatting your thesis or with data visualisation… Read More

Get ready for academic promotion

Are you an academic staff member applying, or thinking of applying, for promotion in 2024 or 2025?  As you develop your application… Read More

Professor Jennifer Boddy: Intersecting social justice, climate change and sustainability

An internationally recognised researcher with expertise in climate change, disasters, and domestic and family violence, Professor Jennifer Boddy is Dean (Sustainable… Read More

World Creativity and Innovation Day: Helping to create a sustainable future

Creativity is fundamental to human development. A resource with the power not only to enrich our quality of life and connect us with others,… Read More

Unleash your potential with our researcher services

Whether you’re an experienced academic or just starting out on your research journey, the Library provides a range of… Read More

Build your research skills this April with our RED workshop series

Help build your research skills with the Library’s Researcher Education and Development (RED) workshops. Check out the sessions being offered in April: … Read More

Unlocking research potential with persistent identifiers (PIDs)

Persistent identifiers (PIDs) provide a stable, long-lasting way to uniquely identify digital objects, publications, researchers, institutions and more. They uniquely tag research items, making… Read More

International Day of Forests: 50 years of forest guardianship at Griffith

21 March is International Day of Forests, an annual event designated by the United Nations to raise awareness of the irreplaceable… Read More

Dr Amy Young: working to better understand and prevent violence

In our second Researcher Profile for the year, we found out more about the research of Dr Amy Young… Read More

Researcher workshops for March

This month’s Researcher Education and Development (RED) workshops cover a wide range of topics – literature reviews; researcher profiles and metrics; copyright, publishing and… Read More

Topic of the month: Policy Commons database (Coherent Digital)

Need to locate grey literature resources? Policy Commons, produced by Coherent Digital, is your new go-to database for research from the… Read More

Professor James Charles: Making change that matters

Professor James Charles is a very proud Kaurna man from the Adelaide Plains, South Australia. Currently the Director of… Read More

International Mother Language Day: Protecting cultural heritage through multilingual education

Each of the 7,000 languages currently spoken across the globe is a unique, invaluable mode of cultural, spiritual and intellectual expression. When one of… Read More

Fuel your research with these library services

Whether you’re an experienced researcher or just starting out, the Library’s got you covered with services and support to help you on your journey. Read More

Put a lid on contamination this National Recycling Week

What Goes Around Comes Around’ is the theme of 2023’s National Recycling Week (13-19 November). This is an annual event that… Read More

Open Access Week event: Meet two more Griffith panel members

Only seven more days until our Open Access Week event: Community over Commercialisation: Candid conversations about Open Access!  … Read More

Open Access Week 2023: Shifting the default to community over commercialisation

Open access publishing helps make research findings freely available for anyone to access and view. This can make the research more discoverable… Read More

Enhance your grant and promotion applications with SciVal and InCites

In a competitive academic landscape, it’s important to stand out when applying for grants and pursuing career advancement. To have the best chance of… Read More

Open Access week event: Community over commercialisation

This year’s International Open Access week theme, ‘Community over Commercialisation’ seeks to encourage a candid conversation about the approaches to open scholarship that prioritise… Read More

On R U OK? day, start a conversation that could change a life

In any given year in Australia, one in five of us will experience symptoms of mental illness, but 60% will not reach out for… Read More

It’s not far – just a hop, skip and a jump to Nearmap!

Nearmap is the global leader in geospatial map technology, noted for its database of high-resolution aerial imagery, typically available within days of… Read More

Don’t miss your chance to attend these upcoming researcher workshops

Would you like to know how to use OpenRefine to clean your research data or find out about copyright considerations for research publications? Or… Read More

What are research metrics?

There are many different research metrics, most of which are based on citation counts. The idea is that citations offer a way to measure the influence of a… Read More

Get up and running this August at our Research Education and Development (RED) workshops

Join us this August for our upcoming online workshops designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to get up and… Read More

More opportunities for open access publishing: Elsevier and CAUL collaboration

As a Griffith researcher, you can publish open access (OA) in selected journals without paying article processing fees thanks to our Read and Publish… Read More

“Exploring Tourism Well-being” Meet Dr Sera Vada

Each month Griffith Library finds out more about a remarkable Griffith researcher. This month we spoke with Dr Sera Vada Postdoctoral… Read More

Advancing Your Research Career: Strategies for Research Leadership Program

Are you an early to mid-career researcher or Higher Degree Research (HDR) candidate looking to become a research leader? The Advancing your… Read More

Leaving none of our 8 billion behind this World Population Day

With the global population growing from 2.5 billion in 1950 to 8 billion in 2023 there has been a corresponding need to understand sustainable… Read More

Cutting-edge Nature journal content is at your fingertips

As a Griffith researcher, you can discover the latest state-of-the-art research published in most Nature journals by accessing it… Read More

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