Events for 18 October, 2022

Systematic style reviews - Tips and tools for getting from start to finish
18 Oct

Systematic style reviews - Tips and tools for getting from start to finish

Join your library specialists to learn about tips and tools that can simplify your systematic and systematic-style reviews from start to finish.
EndNote Q and A
18 Oct

EndNote Q and A

Learn the basics and start using EndNote using the Library's EndNote Basics Tutorial, then register to join the Endnote Q&A live virtual session. Bring your questions and get answers and tips from specialist librarians and other EndNote users.
Bayesian for Toddlers
18 Oct

Bayesian for Toddlers

You may have wondered: what is all the fuss, about Bayesian statistics? If so, please come to this reading of "Bayesian probability for Babies", together with my own ending, for researchers. In his book, astrophysicist Chris Ferrie tells a story about cookies, and the chance of a bite with no candy on it. In fact, this is a clever, visual metaphor for the Bayesian concepts of data, and the probability of hypotheses given the data observed.
'William Kentridge: I am not me, the horse is not mine'
08 Sep

'William Kentridge: I am not me, the horse is not mine'

'William Kentridge: I am not me, the horse is not mine' now showing at the Griffith University Art Museum.