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Internet research workshop

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Menzies Flex Lab

2 McDonald Place

Menzies Library The Australian National University

ACTON, ACT 2601

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In this workshop, discover how to identify popular and scholarly Internet resources which complement the ANU Library’s collections to inform and support your research. Explore digital content available through ANU Open Research, ANU Press and ANU Archives. Apply demonstrated search methods and tools to find scholarly materials including open access publications, theses and data and non-traditional research outputs such as images, conference papers and posters. Take this opportunity to discuss licensing frameworks and the capabilities you need to manage, share and reuse information for collaboration, research and publishing.

Once completed, and if you haven’t already done so, we encourage you to attend both Digital Research and Advanced Digital Research, workshops designed to make you confident and proficient users of the ANU Library’s vast collection of online scholarly resources.

Alternately, you may consider attending our two stand-alone EndNote X8 workshops, which will enable you to create a working library of scholarly sources, and harness the power of this widely-used citation management software. In addition, we’ll teach you how to format your papers in a broad variety of different academic writing styles, and collaborate with other scholars and researchers, at home and around the globe.

This 1.5 hour training workshop is conducted using Windows PCs, however you’re free to use your own mobile device, if you wish.

This workshop is open to current ANU students and academic staff ONLY.

Contact details for this workshop: ilp@anu.edu.au (phone 612 58886)

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