Research Bites@Your Library
Are you an academic researcher or a research candidate?
Then, these seminars are just for you
Come along and join the discussion about the latest ways to enhance your research impact and make your research life easier.
WHEN: 1 July to 5 July (lunchtime each day)
TIME: 1:10pm – 1:50pm (all sessions)
|Venue and Date
|Hobart Morris Miller LibraryR1.1 (Level 1) Mon 1 July Launceston Campus Library eLab 1 (Level 2) Mon 1 July
||It can be time consuming keeping on top of all the new material being published in your field. Learn ways to save time and keep current with scholarly literature.
|Hobart Morris Miller LibraryR1.1 (Level 1) Tues 2 July Launceston Campus Library eLab 1 (Level 2)Tues 2 July
||Become familiar with a range of publication impact measures. Learn how to track and quantify the use and reuse of research publications.
|Hobart Morris Miller Library R1.1 (Level 1) Wed 3 July Launceston Campus Library eLab 1 (Level 2) Wed 3 July
||Research discoverability starts with Open Access. Find out about Open Access resources, plus options and requirements related to Open Access publishing.
|Hobart Morris Miller Library R1.1 (Level 1) Thurs 4 July Launceston Campus Library eLab 1 (Level 2) Thurs 4 July
||Managing your Research Identity
||Find out why it is important to develop a consistent researcher identity and the latest ways to get your research recognised.
|Hobart Morris Miller LibraryR1.1 (Level 1) Fri 5 July Launceston Campus Library eLab 1 (Level 2) Fri 5 July
||Research Data Management
||Find out the benefits of data management and look at ways to help you manage data that meet the requirements of the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research.
Interested? RSVP, including the sessions and venue you will be attending, to Eliz...@utas.edu.au
Like more information? Contact your Liaison Librarian http://www.utas.edu.au/library/training-and-help/learning-and-teaching/liaison-services/liason-librarians-and-their-roles
PS: Don’t forget your lunch; we will supply the hot drinks and biscuits!
Semester One 2012 exam papers have now become available. These are the most recent papers available to students as an exam preparation tool, and add to the collection already available from previous years.
The Library only receives past exam papers that the Unit Coordinators have authorised to be released. If you can’t find papers from past years for your unit(s), the Library hasn’t got them, and can’t get them for you. You’ll have to talk to your Unit Coordinator.
If the unit is currently in Reading Lists, its past exam papers are available here http://rlms.utas.edu.au/erl/.
Otherwise, to see if your unit(s) has papers from previous years available go to the library homepage, type the unit code in the search box:
“A ground-breaking and topical edition of Griffith REVIEW that highlights rapid changes in Tasmania, past and present, by the state’s best writers and thinkers” – UTAS LIbrary offers you an electronic copy here
All published Royal Society Papers and Proceedings from 1924 – 2010 are available online to everyone via UTAS ePrints.
Volume 144, 2010 is now available from the ePrints open access repository
Have a look at our great new series of short videos to introduce you to basic library information and research skills http://www.utas.edu.au/library/training-and-help/teach-yourself-online
For more comprehensive online, self-paced,interactive presentations to help you to develop library research skills and find information for your assignments see here
Morris Miller Library is very pleased to be hosting a display of Kate Piekutowski’s artwork. The display will run throughout February.
Kate is an Australian/Polish artist who predominantly works in the print industry. She is currently undertaking Masters of Fine arts in Tasmania which will be completed June 2013.
Through the medium of etching, Kate explores cultural identity within her prints. The works reflect on her disconnection to her Polish heritage and ancestors. Being a first-generation child of migrants, she is intrigued by the concept of belonging.
Kate Piekutowski is an emerging artist who has exhibited in Inka Gallery, Stable Gallery, Entrepot Gallery, Long Gallery, Rebecca Roth Gallery, Goulburn Street Gallery, Preachers and The Henry Jones Hotel. She is also exhibiting with Upraw Gallery in Sydney and PG Gallery and BES62 in Melbourne.
Further information on Kate Piekutowski