The Library's Research Education Support Activities workshops are offered as part of the University's Research Education Support Activities (RESA) program and are designed to support UniSA academics, researchers, Research Degree postgraduate students and honours students throughout the research life cycle.
Find out more about how our RESA workshops can take you beyond Google to a vast range of quality information resources by taking a look at the workshop descriptions.
Online resources with similar content are also available to all staff and students.
Workshops for the next two months are listed below. If no workshops appear none have been scheduled for that period.
All workshops in the series should be booked to secure your place to attend.
A detailed description for each workshop is available to help you decide which session is best for you.
You can contact your Academic Library Team to arrange an individual appointment or tailored workshops for your research group.
EndNote essentials is for people who would like to learn how to use EndNote. It includes creating a new library and adding references, inserting references into Word documents and creating a bibliography.
Looking for evidence based health literature as part of your systematic review? This workshop looks at planning your search; keyword and subject searching in MEDLINE, CINAHL and Cochrane Library; saving your history; and finding clinical trials.
Tuesday, 14 March 2017 - City East - 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM - ( HSC ) - Workshop feedback
Company and industry information
Do you need to find company and industry information such as SWOT analyses, company financials, industry profiles, or competitive intelligence? Learn how to uncover this information in a range of databases and other sources.
Tuesday, 11 April 2017 - City West - 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM - ( Business ) - Workshop feedback
Beyond Google for your research, incorporating Theses
Search smarter, faster. Learn timesaving tips on effectively using subject databases and Google Scholar for your research. Search for UniSA theses in the Research Outputs Repository and other sources. Discover ways to manage your references.
This workshop is for Division of Health Sciences staff and research students who are undertaking a systematic review and want to use bibliographic management software to manage their search results. The PRISMA flow chart will provide the structure.
Wednesday, 5 April 2017 - City East - 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM - ( HSC ) - Workshop feedback
Systematic Review: Grey literature
Grey literature generally refers to unpublished sources such as reports, conference proceedings, clinical trials, government documents, informal communications, practice guidelines, preprints, emails and more. This workshop will cover the following aspects of grey literature:
• What grey literature is, why it is important and why you should include it
• How to find it, where to look and what to search for
• Writing it up – what you should include in your methods section
• Keeping track of it all, documenting your searches and evaluating the quality