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Research

             
  Library Services for Researchers Research Data Management  New!  Training & Workshops

The Library provides a range of high quality services for researchers: specialist resources, open access publishing and repository, workshops, requesting books and articles, and a range of advisory services.

Consult with a librarian to help increase your research productivity and impact:

>     Book an appointment

 

Plan, document, archive and publish data with the help of our services. 

ResearchData@ND - the University's research data management planning (RDMP) tool is now launched. Researchers will use the tool to document the details of their research project through to publication.

>     ResearchData@ND

 

The Researcher Development workshops can help you grow your information research skills and digital capabilities.

>     Researcher Development calendar

 
         
             
Keeping Up To Date Researcher Identity Scholarly Publishing  
 

Keep up to date with publishing in your field with Table of Contents (ToC) and Saved Search alerts.

  Consider how the world sees you and your research. You can never start too soon to craft your research identity...  

See our guides for information on what to consider when publishing your research.

>     Open Access
      Read & Publish

>     Research Impact

 
             
             
Systematic Reviews Grey Literature ResearchOnline@ND  
 

Our guide will take you through the steps involved in conducting a systematic review, provides tips and resources, and shows you what support is available.

 

Find important non-traditional resources for research created by government, academia and industry.

>     Grey literature guide

 

ResearchOnline@ND is the University's digital repository. Its goal is to capture the intellectual output of Notre Dame authors and researchers, and to promote open access to research and outputs, including research data.

>     ResearchOnline@ND

 
             
             

 

Research Consultations

Library research consultations connect researchers to the information and skills needed to support their research. Research consultations provide an extended opportunity for students and staff to have specific research queries answered, locate relevant information tools and develop research strategies tailored to their individual or group needs.

You may benefit from a personalised research consultation if you are:

  • undertaking a complex research project and require assistance with your research data management plan
  • looking for scholarly information related to your research topic or area of research
  • undertaking a systematic review
  • unsure whether you have located all relevant resources
  • wanting assistance to identify and search the Library's specialist databases
  • in need of guidance with search tools and planning your search strategy
  • wanting to build your understanding about researcher identifiers, increasing your visibility and publication management including open access
  • wishing to ask advice about thesis formatting

Appointments must be booked at least 2 business days in advance due to the preparation required.

Book a Research Consultation.

Grants

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Pivot is an online database that allows researchers at The University of Notre Dame Australia to identify and connect with funding opportunities. Using pre-populated researcher profiles, matches are found across research funding in any discipline or country.

First time user? Create your Pivot account using a Notre Dame networked PC or the Notre Dame WiFi network, and use your Notre Dame email as your username.  Once your account is set up you can access it from any device, anywhere, at any time.

Click the image above to sign up (on campus) or sign in on the Pivot site.