SPSS is the most popular quantitative analysis software program, join our free SPSS workshops in August to learn how to analyse and present your data The ANU Library’s self-paced Increasing impact and engagement module enables you to explore research impact metrics and measures and learn more about how to make your research count. Have you ever considered turning your thesis into a book, or wondered how to publish an article in a journal?
This fantastic event series will go through the whole publications process – including the peaks and pitfalls, dos and don’ts, pros and cons.
@thesiswhisperer told Harry Hartog the titles of all her favourite books on doing a thesis and Harry Hartog bought them all!
Check out the massively expanded reference section up the back, amongst the text books.
Coming into August also means that the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) final is not far away, so the opportunities to present your research more widely continue!
The 3MT is an international competition for research students to showcase their research.
Join us for a night of smart entertainment at 6pm on 4 September.
On the night, twelve finalists will wow you and the judges for the #ANU3MT 2019 crown.
Each topic will run over a few days, and we'll invite you to join the conversation.
The August Pomodoro Break course will help you manage the ups and downs of research, allowing you to enjoy a smoother run through your degree. Please register your interest by 5pm Friday 2 August.