Our self-help guides explain how you can use databases available via the library, as well as freely available resources, to compile your own research metrics and information to include in your grant applications:
Learn about the University’s recommended approach to adding your research outputs to your ARC Research Management System (RMS) profile. Support materials provided include:
The Library can assist academic staff to determine the impact of their publications and other research outputs for selected grant and prize applications.
Contact email@example.com for assistance (please note: University of Melbourne email required).
Details on what the NHMRC and ARC require and why.
The central University of Melbourne webpage on funding resources and advice provided by the university-wide Research Innovation and Commercialisation (RIC) Team. Includes information on how to:
Access resources to assist you with preparing and submitting your funding proposals.
Includes a database containing applications donated by researchers to provide examples of successful grants for the use of University of Melbourne applicants in developing grant applications.
All projects should plan how data will be managed during and after the completion of the project. DMP Melbourne helps you to:
Newly funded ARC projects must have a Data Management Plan.
Digital Scholarship is a hub of expertise in digitisation, data management, digital curation, forensics and preservation.
The team welcomes collaboration with researchers who are developing proposals with a significant digital scholarship component.
Contact the Digital Stewardship Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
University Archives, Cultural and Special Collections partner with scholars working with these collections on funded projects. See the websites below for contacts to discuss these opportunities.