Developing Researcher Training Program

Data organisation in spreadsheets for researchers
09 Feb

Data organisation in spreadsheets for researchers

Typically, we organize data in spreadsheets in ways that we as humans want to work with the data. However computers require data to be organized in particular ways. To use tools that make computation more efficient, such as programming languages like R or Python, we need to structure our data the way that computers can read the data.
Reproducible Research-Building Business Continuity
02 Feb

Reproducible Research-Building Business Continuity

Researchers genuinely want to make their research more reproducible but sometimes don't know where to start or are not aware that best practice guidelines might exist.
Improving the tone and style of your academic writing
25 Jan

Improving the tone and style of your academic writing

Gather strategies to develop your writing skills in order to compose text that has appropriate tone and style, providing clarity for the reader.
Publishing during your PhD
29 Nov

Publishing during your PhD

On completion of this workshop participants should be able to identify official HDR publishing requirements, including using publications in your thesis, copyright considerations, thesis structure requirements. Also become aware of support and training services available throughout your candidature.
Planning for and Recording of Research Impact
29 Nov

Planning for and Recording of Research Impact

In this workshop Louise Barnsbee, Research Impact Coordinator from the Research Analytics and Policy Team, will demonstrate the updated Symplectic Elements Records of Impact software, which can be used to record research impact plans and research impact narratives for the purposes of tracking plans to maximise research impact, and for impact data collection and reporting purposes.
EndNote for Systematic Style Reviews and PRISMA
24 Nov

EndNote for Systematic Style Reviews and PRISMA

Learn to use EndNote features that facilitate systematic review processes during the stages of research gathering and screening of research literature, while supporting PRISMA reporting standards. It incorporates software demonstration with theoretical guidelines.