The future is now: digitally enabled research at The University of Queensland

The University of Queensland Library invites researchers at every stage of their career to a Digital Researcher Showcase. Learn more about the future of research at The University of Queensland (UQ) and discover how the Library can help you.

The Event

Join us as Professor Bronwyn Harch, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), UQ reflects on her journey as a digitally enabled researcher and shares her insights into the future of research at The University of Queensland. Following the keynote, network with other researchers over afternoon tea and discover how the Library can support your research.

Register

Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Keynote: 1:45pm for 2pm

Afternoon tea & showcase: 3pm-4pm

Fryer Library, Duhig Tower (Building #2), UQ St Lucia Campus

Registrations for this event close at 5pm on Monday 20 May.

The Keynote

Professor Harch is an applied statistician with 24 years’ experience leading and undertaking research focused at the nexus of technology, agricultural and environmental systems. Professor Harch is passionate about making an impact by generating knowledge, technology and practices that make our world more sustainable, secure and resilient.

The keynote will be livestreamed and recorded for those unable to attend in person.

The Showcase

At The University of Queensland Library, we connect you with the information, people, and resources you need, when you need them – at every stage of your career.

Visit our Digital Researcher Showcase to find out more about:

  • measuring your impact and engagement beyond academia
  • collaboration tools for your research projects
  • analysing and visualising your research data
  • tools to facilitate the grant application process
  • bringing your research into the digital environment.
Last updated:
17 May 2019