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Collaborative Research Network Showcase And Scholarship Opportunities, Donna S. Cross, Robert Newton, Cobie Joan Rudd, Kamal Alameh, Mark Hackling, Kathryn Mcmahon Jan 2012

Collaborative Research Network Showcase And Scholarship Opportunities, Donna S. Cross, Robert Newton, Cobie Joan Rudd, Kamal Alameh, Mark Hackling, Kathryn Mcmahon

ECU Research Week

No abstract provided.


Conference Presentations, Paul Lavery Apr 2011

Conference Presentations, Paul Lavery

Graduate Research School Scholarly Works

This session focuses on the key aspects of presenting at conferences, including designing a presentation, delivery and networking.


Online Research & Training Resources, Marziya Mohammedali, David Howard Mar 2011

Online Research & Training Resources, Marziya Mohammedali, David Howard

Graduate Research School Scholarly Works

This session focuses on how to access and get the most out of the online resources available to Higher Degree by Research Candidates, including the Sage Research Methods eBook repository, ProQuest Digital Dissertations Online Theses repository and Epigeum Research Skills Training (available through BlackBoard).


Managing Your Supervisor, Joe Luca Mar 2011

Managing Your Supervisor, Joe Luca

Graduate Research School Scholarly Works

This session focuses on the relationship between supervisor and candidate, with an emphasis on how to handle the issues that may arise regarding supervision.


The 3-Year Fast-Track Phd, Terence Love Jan 2011

The 3-Year Fast-Track Phd, Terence Love

ECU Research Week

No abstract provided.


Who Stole My Idea? Why Researchers Need To Look At Past Theses On Their Own And Associated Topics, Ken Gasmier Jan 2011

Who Stole My Idea? Why Researchers Need To Look At Past Theses On Their Own And Associated Topics, Ken Gasmier

ECU Research Week

No abstract provided.


What Happens To Your Thesis After Examination?, David L. Howard Oct 2010

What Happens To Your Thesis After Examination?, David L. Howard

Graduate Research School Scholarly Works

What happens to your thesis once the examiner reports are back and you have made your corrections? This session will help prepare candidates for the penultimate step in their research journey - including their thesis in the university library collection. From the beginning of 2011, ECU will move to digital retention of the final thesis and no longer require a bound copy. There are also changes being made to making ECU theses available online. David Howard, Manager of Library Collections and Access, will outline what digital format is required by the library for inclusion in the collection. He will also explain ...


Measuring Research Impact Using Bibliometrics, Constance Wiebrands Jan 2010

Measuring Research Impact Using Bibliometrics, Constance Wiebrands

ECU Research Week

Introduces a range of tools for bibliometric analysis.


What Examiners Look For In A Thesis, Alan Brown Jan 2010

What Examiners Look For In A Thesis, Alan Brown

ECU Research Week

Professor Alan Brown uses his extensive experience as both a supervisor and thesis examiner to take you inside the minds of thesis examiners. This presentation will address a range of things which you should and shouldn’t do in your thesis, which includes, some basic overall advice along with suggestions and a checklist for each chapter of your thesis. Additionally, key issues which annoy examiners and which are frequently overlooked by students.


How Does Your Research Find An Audience? Discover Research Online, Julia Gross Jan 2010

How Does Your Research Find An Audience? Discover Research Online, Julia Gross

ECU Research Week

Introduction to online research outputs and ECU's own Research Online.


Study In Prison: Consumption Or Investment?, Margaret Giles Jan 2010

Study In Prison: Consumption Or Investment?, Margaret Giles

ECU Research Week

Research into prisoner education and training in WA's adult prisons.