Emerging as a researcher in the new normal
The primary focus for most emerging researchers is their thesis, but in the digital environment there are opportunities to benefit from other research activities that occur during the transition from the formation of ideas to the submitted document. Having awareness of prospects beyond the traditional model of publishing, increases the likelihood of better recording, preserving and communicating research outputs in the digital paradigm. Contributing to open access initiatives builds researcher credibility, reputation and peer esteem, and supports the shared global research community. The new normal amplifies the need to Contain, Protect, and Maximise research outputs.... [Show full abstract]
Keywordsglobal research community; Lincoln University; student publications; emerging researchers; research portfolios; research outputs; Lincoln University Postgraduate Conference Poster
Fields of Research130103 Higher Education
TypeConference Contribution - Unpublished (Conference Oral Presentation)
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CitationDawson, R. G., Tritt, S. L. (2012). Emerging as a researcher in the new normal. Poster and oral presentation at Where to from here – the new normal? Post Graduate Conference, 28-29 August 2012, Lincoln University, New Zealand.
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