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James Arvanitakis May 23
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Sarah Graham May 23
Charlotte Moar speaking on the role of archival material documenting aspects of indigenous knowledge can perform an instrumental function to bolster Native Title claims
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Jo Hardy May 23
Sorry ... that’s a 1986
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Fiona Jones May 23
Case study for applying cultural competency lens - publication of culturally sensitive data - importance of benefit for community rather than "traditional" research impact concerns.
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Jo Hardy May 23
Thank you so much organising committee and sponsors for a very successful
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Fiona Jones May 23
Applying cultural competence to research support services with Ryan Stoker: examine your identity and biases > how might these impact the services you provide > get feedback from others
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Clare McKenzie May 23
Look twitter, it's been fun and all this week with and then but I'm tired and I'm going home really soon. See you next week
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Matthias Liffers May 23
Wow, is already attracting hash tag spam!
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Kathryn Lindsay May 23
Do not worry if you feel like an imposter: feel uncomfortable, feel nervous. If you aren't feeling that way, you probably are not learning something new.
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Emma Richardson May 23
Our Research Services Team is sitting together to watch the live stream of the in Auckland! Looking forward to it 🥳
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Jay GLAISYER May 23
Happy to be here at the at University of Sydney - lots of heavy duty stuff going on today hot on the heels of
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Edward Luca May 23
Using Gatner’s maturity scale to rank our research impact support services . What are the stories of our services, what shows their impact? Awesome work
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Caroline Regan May 23
Project to collect songs and stories from Torres Strait Islands
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Fiona Jones May 23
Narrative: what you did > what was its impact > how did you know?
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Caroline Regan May 23
ALMA to do ORCID integration wow that’s amazing!
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Lizelle May 23
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Matthias Liffers May 23
And we're off! Lisa McIntosh is welcoming us on behalf of the University of Sydney.
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Kathryn Lindsay May 23
Been rejected? 1. Publishing is like joining a conversation: are you joining the right one? (right journal?) 2. Learn from this (take a break and come back) 3. Find a mentor (co-publish) 4. Expect the rejections (keep a list) 5. Never give up (refine and try again)
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Sarah Graham May 23
The rules of being a good researcher have changed. This makes researchers feel overwhelmed
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Katrina Trewin May 23
Thanks so much to the organising committee for -it was an interesting and informative program!
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