As part of the ECU Library’s celebration of Love Data week this session will cover all things related to open sharing and reuse of data. Looking at best practice data management to facilitate sharing and reuse.
Presented as part of Open Education Week which celebrates the creation and sharing of open education resources and tools that make learning accessible to the world.
Citation and other metrics specifically for the arts and humanities. Learn creative ways to locate evidence of the citation impact of your research.
No experience with coding required, an introductory session on using the functionalities of Git Hub for version control and storage, for data, documents and code related to your research.
Map out the various publications and outputs resulting from your research project, including information about traditional and non-traditional outputs and choice of audience. The Who, What, When, Where, Why of publishing during the research lifecycle. The publication planner templates can be located here.
Highlights the benefits of making research outputs openly accessible in ECU’s repository. How Research Online can help increase readership and impact as well as fulfill funder requirements. Creative commons licenses, journal copyright agreements and author’s accepted manuscripts explained.
Academic identifiers and tools can help to boost your reach and visibility. Learn to use social media to network, and how to publish for a broader audience to increase engagement with your research.
Developing a plan to best manage social media for the promotion of your research and forming networks within the research community. The social media planning template can be located here.
See the big picture of data, find, fix errors and inconsistencies and transform data with OpenRefine
VOSviewer is a software tool for constructing and visualizing bibliometric networks. Construct and visualise networks in the literature based on citations, authorship and other factors including using text mining to identify networks of important terms.
A workshop exploring some of the more advanced features of Excel, such as pivot tables, sorting tables and graphs.
A guide to selecting from and effectively using the various referencing programs for researchers.
A recording of a live session, covering an overview of tools to use to create infographics and the dos and do-nots of displaying your research in a clear interesting way for a variety of audience.
Edith Cowan University acknowledges and respects the Nyoongar people, who are
the traditional custodians of the land upon which its campuses stand and its programs
In particular ECU pays its respects to the Elders, past and present, of the Nyoongar people, and embrace their culture, wisdom and knowledge.