Whether you are a seasoned researcher, or just getting started, we've got your training needs covered in September.
- Research Metrics for grant applications and benchmarking
With Clarivate Analytics. Sessions on Wednesday 18 September.
- EndNote: Basics
No experience required! Friday 20 September.
- Copyright considerations for your thesis
Focuses on theses but is designed for anyone who wants a better understanding of copyright. Tuesday 24 September.
News & events
Explore the rich digital archives of the Royal Geographical Society and Royal College of Physicians, both part of the Wiley Digital Archives. Trial runs until 4 October.Read more about Digital Archives - Royal Geographical Society/Royal College of Physicians
Mindful Yoga is a great way to lower your stress levels when studying. This free one-hour lunchtime session will help you refocus and gain a better sense of calm.Read more about Mindful Yoga at the Library, 9 October
Writing a thesis? You need to know about copyright! In this one-hour session we'll take you through the basics, and explore when and how you can use third party copyright materials in your thesis.Read more about Copyright Considerations for Your Thesis, Tuesday 24 September
Clarivate Analytics will provide two sessions on research metrics and benchmarking, using the Clarivate suite of products based on Web of Science content. The sessions will include demonstration and some time for hands-on support and questions.Read more about Research Metrics for grant applications and benchmarking, 18 September
We are hosting a FREE event for Australian Reading Hour in the Recreational Reading Collection of the Barr Smith Library. Hear from local author, Alys Jackson, grab some morning tea, and settle in with a book!Read more about Barr Smith Library Reading Hour, 19 September
This week the library was delighted to receive a copy of Marsupials of Australia: The Kangaroos, Wallabies and Rat-Kangaroos / text by John Calaby and Tim Flannery, Illustrated by Rosemary Woodford Ganf.Read more about Newly donated item, Marsupials of Australia
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2019 Visualise Your Thesis Competition at the University of Adelaide is Danusha Jayawardana for Child labour matters: overlooked adolescent mental health effects of child labour.Read more about Visualise Your Thesis Awards 2019