The library provides resources and support for you when planning and undertaking your research projects including:
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Find researcher development opportunities at the University of Melbourne to build your library research skills and digital capabilities, including:
The library provides access to several online databases and resources that provide information on research methods, workflows and protocols, including:
The library provides tools and support for researchers completing systematic reviews. Start with the guide linked below, and get in touch for further assistance.
The Digital Stewardship (Research) team aims to modernise scholarly practice via digital techniques and by maximising the value of research data. The team specialises in:
The Melbourne Statistical Consulting Platform provides statistical advice to graduate research students and staff at the University of Melbourne on designing and implementing quantitative studies, and analysing and interpreting results, to generate robust findings and insights.
We offer practical statistical advice about designing, implementing and analysing your quantitative research studies. Our team is experienced in statistics and data analysis and can work on any size of study.
We offer tailored consultations to University of Melbourne academics, professional staff and graduate researchers, with an emphasis on education and training. We can cover any stage of a quantitative research project, including:
We also run specialised short courses for professionals, academic and graduate researchers.
SCIP is a unit with staff who specialise in supporting digital methods for researchers in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Science. They provide assistance with research methodologies, data analysis, and software, including consultation and training in: