Research Week Presentations

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Last week saw the conclusion of the much anticipated Research Week at UCT Libraries. With lively discussion and workshops on various aspects of the postgraduate experience, it was definitely the place to be. If you have missed any of the sessions and would like to get your hands on the presentations, please follow the links below:

Author Workshop – Session 1
Session 1 – Author Workshop, Emerald

Official Opening – Session 2

Session 2 – Official Opening, A. Prof Shay

Session 2 – Official Opening, Prof le Roex

eResearch – Session 3

Session 3 – eResearch

Undergraduate Research Support – Session 4

Session 4 – Student Presentation 1, Robyn Swannack

Session 4 – Student Presentation 2, Buhle Manana

Session 4 – Student Presentation 3, Alastair Rohrer

Session 4 – Student Presentation 4, Simon Hazell

Session 4 – Student Presentation 5, Simon Lee

Session 4 – Student Presentation 6, Amy Booth

Ethics and Copyright in Research – Session 5

Session 5 – Ethics and Copyright in Research, Dr McLaughlin

Session 5 – Ethics and Copyright in Research, Dr Schonwetter

Positioning yourself as a Research Leader – Session 6

Session 6 – Positioning Yourself as a Rsearch Leader, Thomson Reuters

In addition to the presentation, Thomas Reuters have provided some training links that may be of interest:

Guides and factsheet

Training

General information

Research Support Services – Session 7

Session 7 – Research Support Services, Mrs Claassen

Session 7 – Research Support Services, Ms Adam

Session 7 – Research Support Services, Ms Steele

Session 7 – Research Support Services, Mr Pietersen

Noakes in the Archives

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Emeritus Professor Tim Noakes holding a copy of Bob Woolmer’s Art and Science of Cricket.

Following his recent retirement, Professor Tim Noakes, UCT Emeritus Professor of Exercise and Sports Science, donated his personal archives to Special Collections in UCT Libraries as a research resource. The formal signing of the Deed of Gift for the Tim Noakes Papers took place as part of UCT Libraries’ inaugural Research Engagement Evening on 17 April 2015 at which Professor Noakes was the guest speaker. (more…)

Postgraduate Research Expo

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Have you heard? The UCT Postgraduate Research Expo is taking place Friday 17 April from 12 – 4pm in the Library Learning Lounge.

The Expo creates an opportunity for postgraduate students from all disciplines to present their scientific and creative work in the form of a research poster. Celebrating excellence in research, creative activity and scholarship – the expo will showcase the best of postgraduate study!

Book your seat by emailing Dumisa at: dumisa.dlodlo@uct.ac.za

Join us on Friday 17 April for session 7 – Research Support Services.

From reference management tools to research data management, UCT Libraries’ staff showcase services and tools available to all UCT students during their research journey.

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Join us as we celebrate Session 4 of Research Week: Undergraduate Research Support on Wednesday, April 15 at 1pm.

The launch of the new digital Open Access undergraduate research journal – UR@UCT will take place alongside the showcasing of completed undergraduate research stemming from the various faculties.

Support our budding researchers and book your seat by clicking here

logo-small_cusUCT’s eResearch Centre was established in March 2014 to connect researchers to the most appropriate tools and services to transform and accelerate their research. This presentation by the eResearch Centre will cover what eResearch is, what the eResearch Centre offers and how researchers can engage with the Centre to enhance their research through specialised IT services.

Session 3 of Research Week 2015 is dedicated to eResearch.

Wednesday 15 April 2015 from 11:30 – 12:30.

 

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Research Week Opening

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Join us as we celebrate the Opening of Research Week 2015 on Wednesday 15 April from 9am – 11am.

Our speakers for this event are: Ms Gwenda Thomas (Executive Director, University Libraries), Professor Francis Petersen (DVC Institutional Innovation), Associate Professor Suellen Shay (Dean: CHED), Professor Anton le Roex (Dean: Faculty of Science) and a member of the UCT Student Representative Council.

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With the annual UCT Libraries Research Week at hand, the library is gearing up for the influx of postgraduate researchers from across the university. On Monday 13 April, Emerald publishing will kick off Research Week with an author workshop. The workshop will introduce researchers to a series of academic guidelines touching on research methodologies, stylistic resources and criteria required by international journals for publishing.

 

 

Date:               Monday, April 13, 2015

Time:               9:00am – 3:00pm

Location:         Health Sciences Campus, PG Seminar Room 2, Barnard Fuller

Campus:          Health Sciences Campus

Categories:      Postgraduate event

To book your seat for the workshop, click here

 

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UCT Libraries, in collaboration with the Research Office, eResearch Centre and the Office for Postgraduate Studies, will be hosting its second annual Research Week from the 13th to the 17th of April 2015 in the Library Learning Lounge, located within the new Snape Building on Upper Campus.

We invite all emerging researchers and postgraduate students to attend this special event. The aim of the Research Week programme is to provide a platform for emerging researchers and postgraduate students to develop research skills and broaden their knowledge of research processes at UCT and in the wider academic community.

Spread over four days, the programme includes author workshops, an introduction to eResearch, ethics and ethics processes, research support services, and an afternoon showcasing postgraduate research at UCT. In an effort to recognise the research excellence of undergraduate students, a session in the programme is dedicated to showcasing completed undergraduate research and highlight support for such research. The event will be concluded with an Engagement Evening led by special guest, Professor Tim Noakes.

Click here to view the programme and book your seat.

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