The University Libraries’ Nel Duffield, Jaime Royals and Helen Attar are conducting research into job offer negotiations in libraries as part of an international research project.
Nel, Jaime and Helen are very pleased to be part of the research project. Nel, who is the Learning and Research Services Librarian, commented that “it is very exciting, not only […]
Did you miss the Open in Action seminar held in October? Your can now view the slides, listen to the audio and catch up on current trends in open access.
Available now at http://libguides.adelaide.edu.au/ARS/open_in_action_seminar
You’ll learn all about trends in open access and academic publishing as Professor Ginny Barbour, Executive Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy Group, Professor Kym Anderson, […]
And by that we mean the ID, not the flower. Although if you have orchids as well then all of us here at the library are very impressed!
While perhaps not as beautiful as the flower, an ORCiD is a very useful thing to have. If you haven’t come across an ORCiD before, it is a persistent digital […]
Is Open Access the future of academic publishing? How can universities, researchers and students get the most out of it? What are the challenges lying ahead?
Join us and our panel as we explore these questions in this free three-university event.
This event will feature a keynote by Professor Ginny Barbour, Executive Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG), followed by case […]
The University is trialling an exciting, easy-to-use new tool that enables you to store your data and share it securely or publicly, and with greater discoverability.
What is figshare?
figshare is an online digital repository in which researchers can preserve and share their research outputs, including figures, datasets, software/code, images, videos, posters and presentations. Anyone can create a free account and […]