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Library Research Support Program: Webinar recordings

Instructions

Click on the title of the workshop to view the workshop recording in Microsoft Stream. You may need to login with your UWA credentials (e.g. studentnumber@student.uwa.edu.au and Pheme password).

Searching for literature and information

Comprehensive literature searching

Ensure that your literature searching is effective, efficient and thorough. Learn how to:

  • Develop a search strategy
  • Identify relevant, scholarly information sources
  • Use tools and techniques to track the literature related to your research.

Recorded August 2020.

Systematic Literature Searching

This seminar is specifically designed for researchers undertaking a systematic search of the literature for their systematic or scoping review. This will include tips on planning, identifying key terms and subject headings, where to search, text mining tools and managing your search results.

Recorded 1 April 2022

Get More Out Of Google

Everyone Googles... but do you really know how to get the best out of Google for your research? This workshop will demonstrate the best tips and tricks to use Google to find scholarly sources and other relevant materials for your research.

Recorded 6 May 2022

Keeping Your Research Current

In this session we show you techniques and tips for staying on top of the newly published and emerging research.

Recorded on 8 September 2020

Publishing and managing research

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Publishing in Nature and Science: an online panel discussion

Join the DVC (Research) Prof Anna Nowak and a panel of UWA authors chaired by Prof Ryan Lister who shared their insights into publishing in the Nature and Science journals. Our featured guest speaker is Dr Nic Waddell from QUT and QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute who has published multiple articles in Nature.

Recorded 9 November 2022

Where to Publish

It's more important than ever to be strategic about where you publish your research; to maximise reach and potential impact, as well as ensure you are working with quality and legitimate publishers. 

Recorded 5 May 2022

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UWA Read & Publish Open Access agreements webinar

The Library has entered into “Read and Publish” agreements with several journal publishers to support open access publishing of UWA research at no additional cost to researchers.

Learn more about the 2022 Read and Publish agreements available to UWA researchers in this 30 minute webinar. 

Recorded 25 August 2022

Research Profiles and performance

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HDR Profiles - How Can a Profile Benefit me?

UWA HDR students are eligible for a profile in the UWA Profiles and Research Repository. Profiles are a great way to start telling your research story and showcase your experience and achievements as they happen. Presented by the Graduate Research School and the University Library, this online seminar will take you through how to set up your profile and start adding content.

Recorded on 14 November 2022

Populating your UWA Profile: An Introductory Seminar

A seminar aimed at UWA staff or HDR students who have not yet made any significant updates to their profile; who are new to the University; or who want to know more about the UWA Profiles and Research Repository. It covers the key elements of your UWA Profile and how these are populated.

Recorded on 11 November 2022

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Socialising Your Research: A Panel Discussion

Socialising your research can be a great way to increase visibility of your work and publications and lead to increased collaborations and citations. Come and learn from researchers who have been successfully socialising their research across a range of subject areas to find out what works and how to get started. 

Recorded 5 November 2021

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Benchmarking Your Research With Incites

Use the Incites databases to benchmark your research against that of others, using citation data.

Recorded 17 September 2021

Measuring Your Research Performance

This session discusses the importance of researcher profiles, and how to measure the performance of your research using a number of different metrics such as citations, altmetrics and evidence of journal quality.

Recorded on 22 October 2020

Showcase Your UWA Profile

Learn the importance of a UWA Profile and how to use your profile to showcase your research, your teaching and a variety of other engagement activities. 

Recorded 3 September 2020

Capturing your research engagement and impact activities

This seminar provides an overview of research impact, why it is important to actively plan for and pursue impact, what engagement and impact activities are and how you can highlight these in your UWA Profile.

Recorded 21 August 2020

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Find Your Best Performing Papers

Applying for a grant, award or promotion and need to identify your best performing papers? Let us show you how to do this using the Incites database, which uses data from Web of Science to analyse your performance in relation to other publications in your subject area.

Recorded November 2020

Research Data

Research Data Management 101

We discuss the risks of not properly managing your data, then go through the factors you need to address to write a Data Management Plan, using the newly updated Research Data Management Toolkit.

Recorded 24 March 2022

When Sharing Isn't Caring: A panel discussion on de-identified research data

How do you protect the anonymity of your research participants while also enabling your research data to be shared with reviewers and the research community? Our panel discusses the importance of deidentified  data and some of the ways that this can be achieved.

Recorded 18 November 2020

The FAIRest data of them all

Data sharing benefits scientific advancement by promoting transparency, reducing duplication, sparking new discoveries, encouraging collaboration and driving better decision-making.
Are there guidelines you can follow to prepare your data for sharing? The answer is yes! This webinar introduces the FAIR Data Principles: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable, and support available so that you can make your data FAIRer right away.
Presented as part of UWA Data Week.

Recorded 20 September 2022

UWA Data Week: Publishing your research data in the UWA Repository

Publishing your research data in the UWA Repository

This brief webinar provides an introduction to how to publish your research data in the UWA Profiles and Research Repository.

Open research data has huge potential benefits, including citations to data, encouraging research collaborations, increasing the value and impact of research and contributing to advancing academic knowledge.

Recorded 21 September 2022

UWA Data Week: The R in FAIR

The R in FAIR: Reusing data, and how to make yours reusable

There are many benefits to reusing data - either your own, or someone else's. But you can't just put your data online or freely use other people's data.  Learn how to find and reuse data, and make your data as open as possible and as closed as necessary.

This workshop is presented by the Australian Research Data Commons.

Recorded  21 September 2022.

UWA Data Week 2022

Real World Data: A panel discussion on data management

Panelists with a wide range of experience working with research data will be discussing their data mnagement planning and active management. The panel will be chaired by PVC Health and Medical Research Professor Romola Bucks. This is a great opportunity to hear about the practicalities of working with research data from the perspective of UWA researchers.

Recorded 14 October 2022

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