The Graduate Research School offers cross-discipline training and resources to all higher degree by research candidates and honours students.
Our interactive workshops provide you with strategies for a successful research journey; appropriate research design and methodology; timely completion of your research; and effective writing and communication.
We also offer access to a range of online training courses, research software and literature databases.
Our workshops are run across all campuses and aim to develop the skills and capabilities you’ll require to deliver quality research with impact.
The program includes regular and annual workshops, as well as special events with guest presenters.
Our workshops are divided into themes:
Some training is offered online, including:
Materials from some workshops and SOAR sessions are also available online for students unable to attend events.
The Graduate Research School runs a comprehensive training program to support and empower you to achieve a successful research project and to enhance your future career. Our workshops are primarily aimed at Doctoral and Masters by Research candidates, however honours students and ECU staff are also welcome to access training.
The Research Training program includes a mix of workshops, seminars, special courses and retreats that are facilitated by a range of experienced speakers including:
Workshops are currently held face-to-face, however where possible we have recorded sessions or created online resources for students who are unable to attend on-campus workshops. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details about accessing these online resources.
We give you access to software and databases that will help you develop your research skills. We also provide an extensive range of literature resources and other information.
Our YouTube video playlist offers resources and handy hints for new and continuing research students.
Please leave a comment about your rating so we can better understand how we might improve the page.