Fly into your research!

The practice of research and scholarship is being rapidly transformed as the power of information, computing and networks create new opportunities and challenges current policy and practice.


Training for Higher Degree Researchers

Our workshops are targeted to support you along all stages of the research lifecycle.

Be pro-active. Get off to a smart start by participating in these sessions.

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Request a custom workshop to develop research skills for your HDR candidates.

Postgraduate research information skills modules

Designed to help you acquire the vital research skills and knowledge needed to complete your research project from early through to late candidature. The modules have been grouped into three sections:

Early Candidature | Post Confirmation | Late Candidature

The individual modules provide you with strategies, resources and interactive developmental and reflective activities to enable you to successfully complete your candidature.

Strategic publishing guidelines

Publishing the results of your research or practice is a necessary step in the scholarly process.

Strategic planning is important and targeting the best outlets possible in each particular discipline is a priority to improve the likelihood of your work making an impact and being cited.


Research metrics

Excellent research underpins your research impact. You can use research metrics to help you describe your contribution and value to the university, the economy and society.

Begin academic impact

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What are research metrics? How do I find my research metrics? How do I promote my research? Support and advice

Open scholarship

Making research visible and sharing knowledge

Best Practice Data Guidelines for Researchers

As a researcher, you are responsible for efficiently and responsibly carrying out your research and for communicating the results of research effectively. Good data management can save you time and give you peace of mind that your data is not at risk. If you are not subject to commercial or ethical restrictions, you can also increase your research profile by including data outputs as part of your dissemination strategy.


Hacky hour

HackyHour is open to everyone with an interest in IT and research.


This Toolkit will assist you to navigate the Library's Learning Services as you commence your candidature.  It provides an introduction to the services and support available and the skills and tools that will assist you during your research journey.

Use the Toolkit to:

  • See how the library can help with borrowing, inter-library loans, workshops and consultations, research data management and publishing
  • Research like an expert using top tips and advanced search techniques
  • Explore digital tools for research that primarily assist in organising information and ideas and data collection

Login to Learning@Griffith and search for HDR Research Toolkit under Organisations

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The Library has developed training resources in three learning modules, scaffolded to mirror the trajectories of some of our leading academic 'Experts' here at Griffith University. The aim is to help enable you (our researchers) develop your online research profile, and manage your personal academic brand across multiple digital platforms.

There are 3 components to the learning modules;

  • Using digital tools for research
  • Developing your online research profile
  • Becoming a Griffith expert (for researchers)

Login to Learning@Griffith, search for Developing Researchers in the Organisation tab, hover your mouse cursor over the appropriate Organisation ID until you see a small menu icon (an arrow) appear. Click the Enrol link. Click the Submit button.

You should receive a message onscreen indicating that the action was successful. You will also be able to see the Organisation listed in your "My Courses and Organisations" module.

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Get specialist advice

We are available to answer questions about your study or research. If needed, we can arrange a time to talk to you by phone, online, or face-to-face.

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What membership do we have?

We are paid members of a number of societies and associations. As part of these memberships, we receive access to journals.


We are here to help!

If you have any questions about the Library or computing, you can find your answers on Ask Us 24/7.

Or you can ask our friendly staff in person about Library and IT products and services, find us in the libraries or contact us by phone, email or chat.


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(07) 3735 5555