HDR Development Drop-in Sessions & REST Canvas and Turnitin

HDR Development Drop-in Sessions

Are you looking for some advice about your research project? Want to soundboard your methods or thesis structure with someone outside of your supervisory team? Have a question about using Qualtrics? Want some help with your skills needs analysis? Or tracking your skill development in Inspire? Attend a drop-in session with HDR Education Advisor Dr Amy Butler to get some help with these things and more.

Drop-sessions will be held every week in HDR Central, starting today. The first hour is a group help session, as hearing solutions to other questions will often benefit you elsewhere in your candidature. The second hour is dedicated to one-on-one support. We have scheduled both in-person and online, out-of-hours options to make this more accessible for everyone. No need to register – just turn up!

Mondays 3-5pm: in person at HDR Central in the Central Library.

Wednesdays 6-8pm: online in the HDR Development Drop-in Channel on HDR Connect.

REST Canvas and Turnitin

In line with the university’s move to Canvas, the REST FLO site was moved to Canvas last year. We are still working on updating the skill content within Canvas, and will release content through the bulletin as it becomes available. Turnitin is available via the REST Canvas site, and instructions are included in the submission boxes. If you have not enrolled in the REST site, you can do so via the link below.

We are currently working on bringing you a more purpose-built text matching software from Turnitin called iThenticate. This is a research integrity tool for researchers to check their own work before submission, and will work better with large theses. We will let you know as soon as it becomes available, and will embed it within REST in Canvas.

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