IHS Markit is upgrading Standards Expert to the new Engineering Workbench solution. (https://www.ihs.com/Info/engineering-workbench-resource-center/home.html)
The new platform provides the same ability to access the standards in your IHS Markit subscriptions, while also providing new features such as:
- Personalized home page with bookmarks and search history
- A consolidated search box with improved advance search filters
- The ability to create custom project folders and share them with team members
- Enhanced Watch List tools
For more information go to http://go.unimelb.edu.au/nhx6
Tuesday 16 May 2017, 1:00 2:00 pm
The session will cover:
- overview of the new University policy on public access to graduate research theses;
- the process explained, including the TES submission system for examination and Minerva-Access deposit for public access;
- selecting and applying Embargo periods to protect your ability to publish;
protect commercial IP, patentability applications, and legally/politically sensitive information;
- managing 3rd-party Copyright, including Theses-with-Publication.
Venue: Dulcie Hollyock room, ground floor Baillieu Library, Parkville Campus.
Register for a place here
Effective data management is a critical skill for researchers and an essential part of research training for our graduate researchers.
Managing Data @Melbourne is a new online program that has been developed for University of Melbourne graduate researchers to support them in building essential data management skills. Reflecting the Australian Code for the Conduct of Responsible Research and the University’s Management of Research Data and Records Policy, its six short modules outline the fundamental practices of good data management and guide participants through the steps of drafting an online data management plan that they can share with their supervisors via a new online tool, DMP Melbourne.
Managing Data @Melbourne features 13 new short video interviews with Pro Vice-Chancellor (Graduate & International Research) Professor Dick Strugnell and a range of University of Melbourne early career researchers and graduate researchers, including the 2016 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) winners.
The program has been set up as a Learning Management System (LMS) Community and all current graduate researchers have been enrolled. Staff and other students will need to enrol in Managing Data @Melbourne via the LMS.
We invite you to preview the program ahead of our strategic marketing and communication campaign to graduate researchers starting in Week 3.
Managing Data @Melbourne webpage
Managing Data @Melbourne: An introductory video
G-NAF is a database of all the physical addresses in Australia. Because there is no single organisation that is responsible for assigning and collating addresses in Australia, G-NAF is built from addresses supplied by ten contributors including the land agencies in each state and territory of Australia. As each contributor collects and stores addresses differently, the G-NAF production process involves independently examining and validating every candidate address, then textual and spatial matching. Addresses from different sources found to be identical are merged into a single G-NAF record with feature level metadata capturing its linage and quality. Through this process over 30 million contributed addresses are distilled into over 13.5 million G-NAF addresses.
The G-NAF is available at: www.data.gov.au/dataset/geocoded-national-address-file-g-naf
The Administrative Boundaries dataset is available at: www.data.gov.au/dataset/psma-administrative-boundaries
Newly commenced RHD students, especially those new to The University of Melbourne, may be struggling to know where to start the research for their literature review. A consultation with a specialist librarian may help. To book a consultation visit this page. http://library.unimelb.edu.au/research/research-consultations
New students and staff will benefit from a library class or tour. The library will be conducting multiple classes and tours throughout Semester 1. More information can be found on the page on the library website (http://library.unimelb.edu.au/services/classes)
Readings Online provides access to online reading lists with seamless access to full text course readings via the LMS. Academic staff are encouraged to submit their reading list to Readings Online via firstname.lastname@example.org Readings Online Staff will then process the list.
Where material is only available in print, academic staff are asked to provide a scanned digital copy of the item.
What are the advantages of using Readings Online?
- It allows academic staff to easily organise subject readings, for example, week by week or by topic or divided into required/recommended reading.
- It collects statistics on use of each reading.
- Academic staff need to ensure their reading lists are copyright compliant, and Readings Online does this automatically.
- Students find all their readings easily accessible within their LMS.
More information can be found on the Readings Online website (http://readings-online.unimelb.edu.au/ ) or contact Guido Tresoldi, Science & Engineering Library Liaison team. email@example.com