Research Events

  • Webinar: Management of Data and Information in Research Guide

    Webinar: The Management of Data and Information in Research Guide

    Date: Tuesday 17 November
    Time: 11am - 12pm

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    Workshop: Sharing Approaches to Implementing the Data Guide at Universities

    Date: Wednesday 18 November
    Time: 1pm - 3pm

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    Co-authored by the Australian Research Council (ARC), the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) and Universities Australia (UA), the Management of Data and Information in Research Guide contains guidance for institutions and researchers on how they can implement the Code as it relates to the subject of research data.

    The ARDC in collaboration with its partners will be hosting a webinar by ARC and NHMRC focussing on funder’s expectations and requirements in relation to data management. It will include a short Q&A session and will be of greatest benefit to research administration staff working in Research Offices within Universities or Medical Research Institutes tasked with implementing research data management policies.

    The event will be followed by a workshop aimed at those responsible for implementing the Guide at Universities and will act as an opportunity to facilitate knowledge exchange and network building across institutions to develop solutions to research data management challenges.

  • Library Publications Series

    Creating your publishing story

    Date: Tuesday 24 November
    Time: 11am – 11.45am

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    Join the Library team to find out how you can weave attention, mentions, and citations data of your publications into your publishing narrative. Presented by Fransie Naude, Amy Perkins-White, and Kylie Tran. Please contact Fransie Naude for any queries.


    Drop-in 1: Finding data for your publishing story

    Date: Wednesday 2 December
    Time: 12pm – 1pm

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    Drop-in and find data about attention to, mentions and citations of your publications. Weave this into stories about your research for grant applications, promotion rounds and PDF discussion. Please contact Fransie Naude for any queries.


    Drop-in 2: Finding data for your publishing story

    Date: Wednesday 9 December
    Time: 12pm – 1pm

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    Drop-in and find data about attention to, mentions and citations of your publications. Weave this into stories about your research for grant applications, promotion rounds and PDF discussion. Please contact Fransie Naude for any queries.

  • European Research Days 2020

    Dates: Wednesday 25 November - Friday 27 November
    Times: 4.30pm - 7.30pm

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    European Research Days 2020 - Australia and New Zealand - focuses on providing the research community with information and support for scientific exchange and collaboration with Europe. The ERD has a total of nine sessions (three per day), on a wide array of topics. Seats for the ERD are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Registration to this virtual event is free-of-charge. Registering once will give you access to all three days.

  • ARTiculate: Communicating your research in the Fine Arts and Music

    Date: Thursday 26 November
    Time: 9.30am - 1.30pm

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    ARTiculate will provide an opportunity for research staff within the Faculty to share their work with their colleagues and the wider University community. Join the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music to hear about some of the amazing research occurring at the Faculty and beyond, preceded by a keynote presentation by Shane Huntington, Deputy Director - Strategy and Partnerships, MDHS on research communication.

    For any enquiries, please contact Bernardo Jarrin or Shannon McKenna.

  • Educational Leadership Mentoring Series (MGSE staff-only)

    Understanding Engagement and Impact in Your Narrative for Promotion

    Date: Friday 27 November
    Time: 10am – 11am

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    The MGSE staff-only Educational Leadership Mentoring Series concludes with Professor Helen Cahill and Associate Professor Larissa McLean Davies. Register for their highlights and perspectives on developing a unique narrative to support your next promotion. Hosted by Dr Daniela Acquaro.