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Library Workshops: Joondalup

List of available workshops offered by ECU Library

School Specific Assignment Drop-in sessions

School of Nursing and Midwifery - For details of the Unit specific Workshops running this semester click here

School of Science: Help with research and referencing for Undergraduates and Masters (Coursework).

Joondalup library Rm 31.220 Tuesdays 11.30- 1.30pm  No appointment necessary. Available till Tuesday 29th May.

School of Engineering: Help with research, referencing and EndNote for Undergraduates and Masters (Coursework). Joondalup library Rm 31.220 Thursdays 1.30- 2.30pm  No appointment necessary.

Remember you can also refer to your Subject Library Guide for online support and help. Click here.

Online Library enquiries:
Email:  library@ecu.edu.au

Note: These Assignment Drop-ins are different from those run by the team of Learning Advisers.  For details of these please click here

Adobe Connect Sessions

Law students have access to weekly Adobe Connect session.

ON-LINE ADOBE SESSION FOR LAW STUDENTS
Click here to connect

Thursday afternoon during semester
Commencing 16 March 2017 2.00pm - 3.00pm

 

http://libapps.s3.amazonaws.com/accounts/64109/images/Jade.PNG  Webinar

29 August, 2017 1.30 - 2.30pm (Perth time)

Join the webinar on campus in the Moot Court Joon 31.454 or enter the Adobe Connect Room via this link

Erica from Jade will give instruction on how to use this Australian legal materials database.  Jade can be used to search, annotate and share Australian legal material.

Register here

Introduction to Endnote

Introduction to EndNote Workshops:

These introductory sessions will include:

• Creating and organising an EndNote library

• Adding references to a library both manually and by using direct export or filters

• Using the Group function to organise references             

• Inserting and editing citations in a Word document using EndNote’s Cite While You Write (CWYW) function

• Formatting references in APA reference style in a word document

These sessions are available at each campus. See additional information on EndNote workshops on the EndNote Library Guide

ECU Academic Skills Centre: Referencing Workshops

The Academic Skills Centre run Referencing sessions throughout Semester. Unsure about referencing in APA style, register for a class.

For more information go to the Academic Skills Centre in Blackboard, under 'My Communities' and look for Academic Skills Workshops.

To register, visit: referencingclt.eventbrite.com.au

Research Workshops

July Tech Talk
Developing Australia's DEVLs: Data Enhanced Virtual Labs (1/2)

Friday July 6,  2018. 1pm - 2pm (3:00 pm – 5:00 pm AEST)
ECU Joondalup Library 31.447
Register at EventBrite for attending at Joondalup or for online access

ANDS-Nectar-RDS have jointly funded 8 Data Enhanced Virtual Laboratories (DEVL). The DEVLs aim to provide  data and software infrastructure to meet the needs of Australian research communities and to enhance research collaboration and outcomes.

Representatives from each of the DEVLs will introduce their projects from a developers' perspective: the problem the project is trying to solve, the tech stacks deployed and to be developed, the approaches of their software development and community engagement while developing tools and applications.

DEVL #2 July (6th) speakers:

  • GeoScience (Carsten Friedrich)
  • Characterisation (Lance Wilson)
  • BioScience (Jeff Christiansen)
  • Culture and Community (Sarah Nisbet, Alexis Tindall, eRSA)

DEVL #1 was held June (1st): Astronomy (Robert Shen), Marine Science (Roger Proctor), Terrestrial Ecology (Gerhard Weis), and Climate (Clare Richards).

Slides & videos from DEVL1

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About the Organisers

ANDS, NeCTAR, and RDS Nodes - QCIF, Intersect, NCI, TPAC, VICNode, eRSA and Pawsey have joined forces to organise a monthly Tech Talk virtual and face-to-face meeting. The Tech Talks are a monthly community gathering to showcase uses and discuss the technical side of Australia's research infrastructure.

Who should come along?

The general purpose of this virtual plus face-to-face meeting is twofold:

  1. Provide a national forum for developers working with research data and/or research data management to discuss topics of interest
  2. Enable a dialogue between developers and NCRIS facilities

This event is for anyone who wants to know more about tech aspects of data and NCRIS facilities:

  • developers
  • data scientists
  • researchers who are building data tools
  • data technologists
  • data librarians

Slides from some past Presentation are available here.