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Open for Climate Justice – Open Access Week 2022

This year we’re getting back on the bike to celebrate International Open Access Week from 24-28 October. Building on this year’s theme of Open for Climate Justice we’re running a panel discussion between QUT experts in sustainability & climate science.  Chaired by QUT University Librarian, Nicole Clark.  We’re…

Peer Review Week 19-23 September

Peer Review is a vitally important part of any scholarly work as it helps to maintain research quality. This year’s theme for PRW is “Research Integrity: Creating and supporting trust in research.”  Peer review shapes how researchers and the general public view individual studies and scientific research as…

Endnote 20.3 and the new QUT authentication settings

Important information below about the latest version of EndNote. EndNote version 20.3  now available. EndNote version 20.3  for Windows and macOS is available to install using ITassist on QUT machines, or download to your own device from here, and will be available in labs shortly. 20.3 works pretty…

Paperpile : no-fuss reference management for the web.

Guest post from Liaison Librarian, Graham Dawson Paperpile is a modern, full-featured, intuitive, easy to use, cloud-hosted personal bibliographic reference management system. Born in the Google ecosystem, Paperpile seamlessly syncs with Google Drive and integrates with Google Docs. You need a Google account to use Paperpile. Sign up…

23 Scholarly Communication Things – Official Launch

The 23 Scholarly Communication Things Pressbook, developed by QUT Library, launches today!  This resource is for anyone with an interest in learning more about the scholarly communication process and is intended as a doorway to the scholarly publishing lifecycle, rather than as a how-to guide. This resource is…

International Cat Day 2021

It’s time to celebrate the furry feline family members who support some of our fabulous library staff. Lola comes from England and you would think she’d be used to the colder weather but her favourite places to sleep in winter are under the blanket during work hours and…

Black History Month

2008 was the first year that Brisbane City Council launched Black History Month after consultation with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, who were in strong support for a cultural program that highlights their heritage, culture, achievements and contributions. “The communities suggested a range of activities for…

Take some time to destress this exam period

Exams can be stressful. Have I studied enough? Did I learn the right information? Where is my exam? When is my exam? What can I take into the exam? How much are others studying? What if I fail? What if I pass? What if I don’t get the…