ANU Student Research Conference 2017, 7th October
The Student Research Conference at the Australian National University (ANU) is a unique student-led conference that showcases the research activities, leadership experience and innovative ideas of current Undergraduate, Honours and Masters by coursework ANU students from all disciplines.
The one-day conference will include oral and poster presentations and the Honours 3-Minute Thesis format Competition, and will be held on the 7th October 2017 on campus.
Apply now for the opportunity to share your research! $3,000 prize pool!
Academic Skills & Learning Centre
Are you new to research and not quite sure how to manage the PhD? Do you want to make a strong start? Come to the Kick start your PhD workshop and equip yourself to survive the journey! Find out times and venues, click here.
Want to learn more about writing up your research for publication or thesis submission? Take a look at the Academic Skills and Learning Centre Research Writing website. There you will find a range of self-help resources to help you communicate your research.
Do you ever struggle to get your message across clearly in your writing? Sometimes it’s hard to work out how to improve your use of language, expression and clarity. The Academic Skills and Learning Centre can help. Book an appointment with a Learning Adviser and they will review your writing and give individualised feedback.
Thinking about running a program of writing for your students or colleagues? Did you know that the Academic Skills and Learning Centre has a comprehensive writing program for research writing that can be tailored for disciplines and cohorts? Get in touch with us to find out more and book a workshop.
Procrastination and Motivation, Thursday 21st September
This group will focus on why people procrastinate or struggle with low motivation. It will provide a framework for tackling procrastination with specific evidence-based strategies for improving self-regulation, increasing motivation, supporting neuroplasticity (and hence learning), scheduling, reducing screen time, increasing green time and avoiding willpower depletion.
Casual and sessional staff
Are you an ANU sessional or casual academic? Access the e-collection using your staff number and password or borrow resources using your ANU card or details. All casual and permanent ANU staff have the same access to the resources and spaces available in all branches. If you have any issues please let us know! Read more about what you can borrow and for how long on the Library website: http://bit.ly/2fND48E
ANU researchers, register with ORCiD and share your identifier with ANU Open Research to aggregate your publications and manage your professional research profile in one place.
Check out the self-paced Small Private Online Course (SPOC) designed to build the capabilities you need to navigate the scholarly communications and publishing world. Two modules, Publish and prosper and Talk data to me are available now!
Brush up on your digital literacy skills – including Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Project, Visio and Word – with ANU Pulse online learning modules.
Manage and analyse qualitative data with NVivo – upcoming workshops are available on 14 and 21 September (cost $180 total).
Research skills and digital literacy training available – register via the online training calendar.