Embase increases the discovery of biomedical evidence to support critical life sciences functions, delivering relevant, up-to-date biomedical information to the global biomedical research community. It allows users to successfully perform critical functions such as pharmacovigilance, as well as generating high-quality systematic reviews in support of evidence-based medicine and drug and medical device efficacy studies.
Dust off your creative spark and present your research in a 60-second video or audio-visual presentation and you could win $1000! Submissions are now open for the 2019 Visualise your Thesis competition. This competition is open to higher degree by research students and is a great way to hone your research communication skills.
Learn about why you should care about research data management, and where to find support and help at the University of Adelaide.
The University Press collection has now been transferred into a new management system, and as part of that process, has been upgraded to the current University branding style.
The University of Adelaide's new authentication system is now live. This upgrade brings the library's authentication systems more closely in line with those used across the University, and provides better security for our valuable range of online resources.
Depending on your membership type, the way you login to access MyLibrary and online resources may have changed.
From Tuesday 28 May, eagle-eyed users will notice a fresh new look for the library's authentication screen (access to MyLibrary and online resources). The changes are cosmetic for University staff and students, but for other library users there will be some changes to the login process (Community, Alumni, Reciprocal, and Year 11/12 students).
Dust off your creative spark and present your research in a 60-second video or audio-visual presentation and you could win $1000! For the very first time, the University of Adelaide will be participating in the Visualise your Thesis competition. This competition is open to higher degree by research students and is a great way to hone your research communication skills.
The University is participating in a study with the University of St Andrews, Scotland, to conduct research on ORCiD adoption here at The University of Adelaide. We encourage all researchers to undertake this short survey and describe their experiences with ORCiD so that the University can understand more about ORCiD adoption and any associated issues.
Demystifying Research Metrics is a lecture for staff and students who would like to find and understand their research metrics. These can be used when applying for grants, promotions and positions. The lecture is particularly useful for research students and Early Career Researchers.