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Research Week presentations now available

Research Week presentations now available

Wednesday, 22 September 2010


Research Week presentations are now available at Research Online, a new institutional repository launched by ECU Library in conjunction with Research Week 2010.

Research Online is a publicly accessible, permanent and searchable digital repository of research output produced by staff, postgraduate students and affiliated authors that will allow ECU research to be viewed on the world stage. Items in the repository are fully indexed in Google and have generated over 6,000 downloads for the 1,000 items currently available online.

The following Research Week presentations can now be accessed via Research Online.

Presenter Presentation
Associate Professor Adam Osseiran Environmental Monitoring: Acoustic Wireless Sensors for Pest Detection
Professor Alan Brown What Examiners Look for in a Thesis
Associate Professor Anne Williams Emotional Comfort: Patient Perspectives of a Therapeutic State
Ms Constance Wiebrands Measuring Research Impact Using Bibliometrics
Professor Dave Allen Risk Modelling in Finance
Mr Greg Maguire Experiences in Collaborative Research with Industry: Advantages and Risks
Ms Julia Gross How does your Research reach an audience
Ms Kim Gifkins Not-so-secret Ethics Committee business
Professor Marg Hall Child Health Promotion Research Centre
Ms Margaret Giles Study in prison: consumption or investment?
Ms Maureen Couacaud Discovering Library Research Collections in the 21st Century
Dr Prue Cormie Vario Health Institute: Exercise as Medicine
Dr Sandra Pereira Troubleshooting with Surveys
Dr Steven Richardson Simulation Modelling. A Tool to Inform and Support Decisions In Iron Ore Mining
Associate Professor Trudi Cooper Proposals for Collaborative Research: a marriage of convenience


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