Seminars Conferences and WorkshopsYour ResearchNow profile will go live to the world in early October - are you ready?
Research Development and Support (RDS) are providing "ResearchNow health checks" to researchers to support readiness for the ResearchNow go-live.
Within a one hour session we will guide and assist researchers in checking that their individual profile information and publication outputs are up-to-date and accurately recorded.
- help you enhance your public profile (e.g. add external links, show or hide metrics)
- demonstrate how to import outputs (publications) from an online source and
- how to add entries manually
- assist with other queries related to ResearchNow terminology and features
Please enrol now to access one of the following sessions:
- Thursday 26 September, 9.30 – 10.30am – Computer Lab S122, Sturt South
- Thursday 26 September, 12.00 – 1.00pm – Computer Lab 3, Finders Central Library
- Thursday 3 October, 9.30 – 10.30am – Computer Lab 2030, Physical Sciences Building
- Thursday 3 October, 12.00 – 1.00pm – Level 4 Seminar Area, Flinders Medical Centre (BYOD session)
Please note: The workshop in Level 4 Seminar Room FMC is a bring your own device (BYOD) session. All other sessions will be held in a computer lab.
For additional information and support outside of these session times, please contact the RDS ResearchNow support team:
Brooke Williamson: supporting the College of Medicine and Public Health; available on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Emma de Courcy-Ireland: supporting the College of Science and Engineering; available on Tuesday and Thursday.
Mimi Eldeeb: supporting the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Science and the College of Education, Psychology and Social Work; available on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Bree Walden: supporting the College of Business Government and Law and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences; available on Thursday and Friday (for CBGL) and Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (for CNHS)
To access your ResearchNow system click on the ResearchNow button on your OKTA dashboard. The researcher guides on the ResearchNow support website will help you to get started.