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A guide to resources of interest to researchers at the University of New England, Australia.
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the Researcher Support Guide

Welcome to the Researcher Support Guide for researchers at the University of New England. This guide is designed to point you to useful services and resources available to you through the University Library and a selection of other support services.

Postgraduates and early career researchers  - finding info, getting published, managing your profile and staying current are good places to start.

Established authors - tracking your impact, collaborative research, and staying current provide tips on how to maximize your research impact and manage your profile and outputs.


Research Consultations

Researcher Services Librarians can assist researchers with making the most of the University Library's extensive resources and services by:

  • effectively navigating the University Library’s extensive electronic and print collections
  • developing successful search strategies to locate the information you require
  • discovering the essential databases that you should be using for your research
  • staying current and managing information overload by utilising current awareness services
  • maximising the impact of your research by publishing strategically
  • measuring your research impact
  • creating and using bibliographies with EndNote
  • referring you to other information specialists on campus
  • helping to deposit publications to e-publications@UNE

Academic staff and graduate students can book a Research Consultation, which can take place in the Library, at your office, over the phone or online using Skype for Business.


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Is Twitter useful in an academic setting?

ORCID and ResearcherID are now integrated. Seamlessly exchange data between profiles. See Managing your Profile




ORCiD is a new persistent identifer for authors being rolled out around the world.

It will ensure that your works are attributed to you and only you, and soon be required for all publishing.

Click here to create your: ORCiD ID  ( -  a quick process that will save you a lot of time in the future!)

More info here: ORCiD Registry aims to prevent authorship confusion

Add your ORCiD ID to your email signature now!

Prof. Jo Bloggs PhD (UNE)   

-  just copy template in UNE Brand Toolkit

CRICOS Provider Code 00003G

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