All posts filed under: Managing research information

Managing research information

In this module we provide advice about resources to use when managing your references and how to keep up to date with the literature in your field, introduce responsibilities you need to be aware of as a researcher at Southern Cross University, and explain the importance of managing research data.

Managing the literature

RAISE > Managing research information > Managing the literature Managing the literature Learning outcomes Have an Endnote library up and running Have the knowledge and skills to use Endnote effectively What is your organisation system? You can save a great deal of time if you […]

Keeping current

RAISE > Managing research information > Keeping current Keeping current Learning outcomes Learn an easy way to keep up to date with relevant publications Stay informed – receive automatic updates for new publications on your research topic Table of Contents (ToC) Alerts – receive the […]

Researcher responsibility & copyright

RAISE > Managing research information > Researcher responsibility & copyright Researcher responsibility & copyright Learning outcomes Awareness of Australian copyright and implications for theses and other research publications Understand and use the applicable SCU and Australian Codes of Conduct for research projects Authorship Referencing and […]

Research data management

RAISE > Managing research information > Research data management Research data management Learning outcomes Know how to apply research data management principles as part of doing research Develop a draft plan for how research data will be managed for your current research project Why data […]