Great online tool for finding journal articles. Links to your Zotero Library.
Note. From "Welcome to ResearchRabbit" [video], by ResearchRabbit, 2021, August 10. YouTube. (https://youtu.be/W1W51rYJA3I). Copyright 2021 by ResearchRabbit.
Note. From "How to talk about your research outputs" [video], by Researcher Development University of Glasgow, 2021, April 13. YouTube. (https://youtu.be/PyKPpgPuA9E). Copyright 2021 by Researcher Development University of Glasgow.
Note. From "Presenting research results: Presenting results as telling stories" [video], by Statistics for Sustainable Development, 2021, May 26. YouTube. (https://youtu.be/PyKPpgPuA9E). Copyright 2021 by Statistics for Sustainable Development.
If you need a book, article, or other material that is not available in the Wintec Library collections, your Subject Librarian can request it from another New Zealand library.
NVivo 11: This is fairly easy and intuitive to use. This has a wide range of features such as the options to integrate with social media, Evernote (one place to store ideas), EndNote (reference manager), SurveyMonkey, and OneNote. Not only can you use this software for qualitative analysis but doing a literature review.
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Covidence is a systematic reviews production tool for title/abstract screening, full-text screening, data abstraction, and quality assessment. Covidence was designed by researchers familiar with the systematic review process in order to make conducting reviews more efficient. It is the primary screening and data extraction tool for Cochrane authors.
|1. It can provide access to a wide range of academic and scholarly materials, including books, journals, databases, and other resources that are necessary for research. This can be achieved through the library's acquisition and subscription of these materials or by providing access to them through inter-library loan services.|
|2. The library can offer research assistance services such as reference services, research consultations, and information literacy instruction to help researchers navigate and effectively utilise the resources available to them. These services can be tailored to meet the specific needs of researchers, including those working on specific projects or those who are new to the research process.|
|3. The library can provide a conducive environment for research, including quiet study spaces, access to technology, and specialized software or equipment for data analysis, visualisation, and other research needs. The library can also offer support for the dissemination of research findings through publishing and scholarly communication services, including open-access publishing, institutional repositories, and copyright management.|
Research at Wintec:
|Applied research projects that are responsive to the needs of industry and communities and have a real-world impact.|
|Relationships of trust with local communities, including Māori and Pacific communities, as well as with a global network of research collaborators.|
|Rangahau, undertaken by Māori, for Māori, as Māori, and in pursuit of conveying a Māori empirical perspective of the world.|
|Transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary work that brings together a range of perspectives, knowledge and understanding to solve complex theoretical and practical challenges.|
|Collaboration across the institute and with national and global partners, with the dual aim of learning from best research and innovation practice at all levels, and projecting Wintec and New Zealand’s capabilities into the global arena.|
Note. From "A quick tour of the ORCID record" [video], by ORCID: Connecting Research and Researchersn, 2021, June 24. YouTube. (https://youtu.be/00kaokX2n3I). Copyright 2021 by ORCID: Connecting Research and Researchers.
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Note. From "INQ13: Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Eve Tuck: Decolonizing methodologies" [video], by The Graduate Center, CUNY, 2013, April 29. YouTube. (https://youtu.be/rIZXQC27tvg). Copyright 2013 by The Graduate Center, CUNY.