About this course
Contributing to research success.
This one-day course is designed to connect services offered by Libraries to the research process using modern day 'business models'.
Discover the responsibilities and complexities borne by researchers at each stage of the research cycle, learn the researcher's language, identify existing gaps and opportunities to innovate a clear Library Value Proposition for Researchers.
Embedding Libraries in Research will provide insights into right-brain/left-brain methodologies for communicating, and how this can be used to strategically engage Researchers with the Libraries value proposition.
You will be working with Dr Tamika Holden, Principal of Knowledge Translation Australia, Adjunct Research at UWA and one of a few researchers in Australia who is certified in Knowledge Translation. Tamika has travelled the world delivering courses at conferences and international research organisations on making research connect with purpose and producing meaningful outcomes.
Place your stamp on the research cycle.
Topics you will cover throughout the day include...
What do researchers actually do?
Speaking researchers’ language
Understanding the existing research cycle; the benefits, outcomes and gains, and understanding what hinders results and slows the process.
Mapping existing services to identify gaps and opportunities to innovate 'gain enhancers' and 'pain relievers'
The entrepreneurial mindset
Expect to learn...
Researcher segmentation for analysis of unique needs
To identify where the Library value lies currently and identify opportunities to innovate a new value proposition using modern day 'business models'.
Left-brain/right-brain communication methods for strategically connecting
Are you working in an academic library role with a focus on researchers? Or looking to move into this area?
Then this course is for you.
What others have said about this course
Very useful. Lots of information to build engagement strategy. Very enjoyable. Would like to attend more from Tamika. (DST)
Excellent day. I gained heaps of new information that I am excited to take back with me. The content really connected together. I want to see what else is on offer on the PiCS site. (Northern Health)
This was a fantastic course. The activities were interactive and thought provoking. Very engaging. Brilliant. (Western Health)
Content was relevant to context of library in plain language and beneficial to me as a novice to the research area in the library. (Victoria University)
The gems in this course for me: The different needs of researchers that I had not taken into consideration and the importance of segmenting. (Monash University)