Forget YouTube! Watch SAGE for research methods videos


Learning research methods? The comprehensive introductory content in SAGE Research Methods covers all the basics. SAGE Research Methods is a research methods tool created to help researchers, faculty and students with research projects.

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8 things you didn’t know about Dr Leigh-Ellen Potter


Dr Leigh-Ellen Potter is a Lecturer at the School of Information and Communication Technology, Griffith University. Here are 8 things you may not have known about her:

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Learn about what you can do with LinkedIn


‘Perhaps you’ve heard of LinkedIn, but you don’t understand fully what it is, how it works, and most importantly why you should care about it’ (LinkedIn for Dummies, p.1).

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3 free apps that make project management a breeze


Project management doesn’t have to be complicated, especially when you have apps that make things a whole lot simpler. Project management apps can help you schedule tasks and enjoy smooth, real-time, visual collaboration. You don’t even have to spend a lot of money to get most of the apps you might need. Here are three free apps that work with Google Drive.

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How to access more than 20 Adobe products!


No need to crack open the piggy bank! Griffith staff now have access to Adobe Creative Cloud Applications without yearly subscription fees.

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When will the 2016 Semester 1 Reading Lists be available?

Course Readings

The Reading List Service is being updated with course profile readings for 2016 semester 1 and digitisation requests from 2015.  Semester 1 reading lists will be completed by the 22nd February 2016.

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Getting started: ORCID identifiers for researchers


It is becoming increasingly important for researchers to have an ORCID iD. The Australian Research Council and National Health and Medical Research Council are requesting ORCID iDs during grant submission. Many publishers are also collecting ORCID iDs during the submission process for their journals.

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