Tell us what you think about the University Library and you'll go into the draw to win one of several great prizes, including a $350 prepaid VISA Load&Go card! Even better, your feedback will help shape the library, so that we can better meet your needs, both now and in the future.
At the beginning of September an article in The Conversation reported the new discovery that a sea snake could breathe through the top of its head. It quickly became one of the most popular science and technology articles for 2019, with over 43,000 reads and being translated into Indonesian. Behind the story was an open access scholarly article.
Come on a guided tour through the publishing landscape - we'll step you through key considerations when deciding where to publish your research, as well as talk about the options to make your work open access. Bookings essential.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A new Open Access Policy has been endorsed by Academic Board, formalising the University’s commitment to open access. The new policy seeks to increase the reach and impact of our research and education and has implications for both researchers and teaching staff.
This lecture is targeted at staff and students who are publishing or who plan to publish in the future, and is particularly aimed at research students and Early Career Researchers.