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Copyright and your PhD thesis
This session will introduce the copyright issues that apply to your PhD thesis and help you navigate the path to submission.
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PhD Students: Introduction to EndNote
This session allows you to use EndNote to start creating a database of references which can then be stored, searched and used in conjunction with Word to input citations as you write.
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PhD Students: Conducting your Literature Search
This session is designed for you to start work on an integral section of your PhD, the literature search, while receiving peer and expert support.
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PhD Students & Staff: Search strategies for systematic reviews
A systematic review is a type of literature review that attempts to find all published and unpublished material on a specific research question. This requires an extensive and reproducible search strategy.
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Mapping Data with Google Fusion Tables
Learn how to map your research data and make your work stand out.
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Researcher@Library: tools and services to support your PhD
Find out about the tools and services the Library provides to support your doctoral research.
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PhD Students: Planning Your Literature Search
This session is designed to get you thinking about the literature search aspect of your PhD and to help you plan your literature search.
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PhD Students: Finding Grey Literature
This session will focus on searching for ‘grey literature’: unpublished or hard to find research materials. These include: PhD theses, conference papers, reports, and government publications.
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