Te Tumu Herenga’s Research Advisers are here to help you succeed on your postgraduate research journey.
Access introductory information to help you get your research started and view the range of workshops for postgraduates and doctoral candidates through the Postgraduate research skills page.
Canvas online resources
For online help with your postgraduate study and research projects, visit the Postgraduate research skills Canvas page.
These resources will support you with:
- Literature review: Finding and managing information
- Literature review: Organising and writing
- Thesis proposals
- Getting started with writing
- Presenting your research
- Publishing your research
For extra help and more information, you can also enrol in workshops to support your postgraduate work:
Workshops coming up next:
A literature search can be a daunting task. How do you know the data is reliable? Are you getting too few or too many results? How to minimise the risk of bias? How to keep up to date with literature but avoid information overload?
This workshop will help you to develop an effective and efficient search strategy, use advanced search techniques and confidently navigate multidisciplinary databases. You will learn how to save searches and set up email alerts to ensure you stay up to date with current research relevant to your topic.
Publishing your research: An introduction to publishing your research and peer review
Curious about the publishing process? Confused about where you should publish your research? Want to learn more about making your work Open Access?
Join our Publishing your research workshop for:
- An overview of the publishing process and peer review
- Tips on deciding where to publish
- An introduction to Open Access publishing and Creative Commons licensing
After this workshop, you will have a clearer idea of what is involved in the process of publishing your research, and you will know what to expect. Get ready to share your findings with the research community!
For further queries about postgraduate study and research resources, please contact the Research Services team via the Ask us form.