Research news & PD

Upcoming Internal Workshops

October

Wednesday 23rd: Workshop: Introduction to Qualitative Research (Wagga)

Monday 21st -Wednesday 23rd: Workshop: Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) and Partial Least Squares (PLS) (Wagga)


November

Tuesday 12- Friday 15: Journal Writing Workshop (Bathurst)


Registrations will close Monday 14 October for both the Wagga October workshops & Friday 1 November for the Bathurst workshop.

To find out more about these workshops or to register, send an email FOBJBS-RLO@csu.edu.au and include:

  • If attending as an academic staff member or HDR student
  • Dietary requirements
  • Home campus & travel requirements

Collaboration for Industry Impact

Developed by the CRC Association and Collabforge will be holding a
this workshop on Monday 25 November in Canberra. It will combine practical bid-creation content with a deep dive into the theory and practice of collaboration.

The workshop will teach participants what makes a great bid, what the process of bid development entails, the roles of all bid participants, and how to build effective relationship/communication between researchers and industry to develop a compelling bid. This will help researchers to better understand how they can build successful partnerships with their industry partners, and form a bid concept that will deliver industry impact.

Attending this workshop will significantly increase the likelihood of a successful CRC or CRC-P application. Find out more information on attending.

Who should attend:

  • Researchers who have the responsibility for or interest to develop CRC and CRC-P bids.
  • Administrators who have the responsibility for helping coordinate, develop, approve and or administer CRC and CRC-P bids (eg from Commercialisation, Research, Scholarships, etc)
  • Interested industry representatives

Library Lowdown

Research Data Management

Are you starting your research and wondering how you create a data management plan? Maybe you’re looking for data management and text mining software. Or perhaps you want to know more about the FAIR Data Principles.

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Did you know the library has created a guide to help you answer these, and many other RDM related questions?

The Research Data Management Library Guide covers preparation, management, and publishing of research data, and provides links to library resources such as Sage Research Methods. The guide also provides direct links to the CSU Research Data Management Policy, and Guidelines.

Need to learn more about Research Data Management? Try CSU’s ELMO Module Introduction to Research Data Management, or check the Research Office online PD calendar for workshops on Research Data Management, NVivo software training, data visualisation, and more.

If you need to speak to someone about your next steps in Research Data Management, contact your library faculty team.

Upcoming Library Training for October

3rd Oct 1.00-3.00pm Data Visualisation (SPAN)
10th Oct 9.30-10.00am Where to publish
10th Oct 2.00-3.00pm Research Impact
15th Oct 1.00-2.00pm Research Impact
24th Oct 2.00-3.00pm Intro to CRO & linking your ORCiD profile


CRO & EDRS

Do you need to update your research outputs in your CRO record in time for EDRS?

The library has some great resources to help you with this process. This video steps you through linking your ORCiD to your CRO profile. We also have the CRO: Recording Research Outputs, Impact and Engagement library guide, which covers the process of updating your CRO profile, adding outputs, activities, and FoR codes.