Research Data Training – a course for HDRs & Early Career Researchers

A new, free training course for QUT researchers (including doctoral students, recent graduates and early career researchers).

In this 2 hour session, you’ll consider your data across the whole research lifecycle – from planning and collecting, to curating and publishing. At every stage, we’ll point you to resources, tools, and opportunities to learn more.

The session will be delivered as a series of lightning talks and multimedia. You’ll hear from a range of experts and academics. We’ll provide you with an introduction – the big picture – of research data at QUT.

Places are limited so sign up now.
Session 1: Monday 14 May 1pm-3pm, Gardens Point (P419)
Session 2: Tuesday 15 May 1pm-3pm, Kelvin Grove (IHBI seminar room – Q430)

A light afternoon tea will be provided.

This training was developed by QUT Library, the Office of Research Ethics and Integrity, and eResearch.

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Graduated in 2017? Find your entry in QUT’s Research Graduates Yearbook

Last year, all QUT research students and their projects featured in the inaugural Research Graduates Yearbook. The E-Yearbook showcases the depth and breadth of research being undertaken by QUT students, celebrating their achievements as they move into the early stages of their careers in industry, research, and academia. Click on the links below to explore, or download a PDF.

QUT’s 2017 Research Graduates Yearbook

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