• General

    Designed for University of Canberra Graduate Researchers as a platform for sharing information, ideas, support and resources. The site is open to guests, but to be able to participate in discussions you need to login.

    The site complements face to face workshops.

    Students chatting around a table

    • Communicating your research

      'Piled higher and Deeper’ by Jorge Cham

      This section explores presentation of research generally. It includes information and resources on the presentation of theses as a series of publications (scroll down to find)

       Are you an academic hermit? Here’s how to easily change, if you want to

      Communicating your research well is crucial, as the sheer number of publications coming out compete against each other to grab audience's attention. There are way to many studies according to Parolo, Pietro Della Britto et. al. "Attention Decay in Science" xarchiv [online]["6 March 2015"][last accessed 11 June 2015]. Available on Internet: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1503.01881v1.pdf

      You may want to check out and subscribe to the Australian Science Media Centre (AusSMC), an independent, not-for-profit service for the news media, giving journalists direct access to evidence-based science and expertise. AusSMC aims to improve links between the media and the scientific community.

      •  Cargill_.Excerpt from Writing scientific research articles (pp.9-13, 15-17)pdf EQUELLA Resource
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      •  Delamont_Publishing journal papers: 'Some marvelous things to say'.pdf EQUELLA Resource
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    Writing the thesisKeeping on track