eResearch Australasia 2014Posted: November 25, 2014
Information Services was well-represented at the eResearch Australasia 2014 conference, held in Melbourne in October.
A number of staff from eResearch Services, Library and Learning Services and Information Management attended the conference, which had the theme Towards Unified Global Research and focused on “technological platforms and methods that enhance researchers’ ability to generate, collect, share, process, analyse, store and retrieve information.”
Presentations by INS staff included:
- eResearch – developing an exemplar framework (Malcolm Wolski and Hamish Holewa)
- The Prosecution Project: designing a digital environment to support research in criminal justice history (Jeroen van den Muyzenberg, Amanda Miotto and Darcelle Hinze)
- Workshop: Creating your research impact story (Natasha Simons)
- The Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL): a case study in improving user experience through branding, marketing, visual design, functionality & usability (Kelly Lennon and Hamish Holewa)
- Using scenarios in introductory research data management workshops for library staff (Sam Searle)
- AeRO Australian eResearch Organisations – improving nationwide eResearch support (Hamish Holewa)
Slides from sessions will be loaded to the conference website soon.