Promote your research through Swinburne Research Bank, an online open access collection of publications by Swinburne researchers designed to help your research reach a worldwide audience and maximise its potential for citation.
Profile your research in Swinburne Researchers, which brings your publications, grants and research interests together on a single profile page. It's a great way to showcase your work and attract new collaborators and research students.
Publish your research via the Swinburne Online Journals service, which provides a publication platform for online open access journals, including technical infrastructure support and advice on online publishing and copyright.
Manage and promote your research data with the assistance of Swinburne Library staff and some handy resources.
Measure your research impact using citation metrics such as h-indexes and journal impact factors. We can help you calculate these measures and make use of them for grant applications and research reporting exercises.
Stay up to date with new developments in your fields automatically by setting up journal table of contents alerting services.
Access high quality research material through the Library's collection, which is designed to match Swinburne's areas of research concentration. Contact your Liaison Librarian with suggestions for additional material, or our inter-library loans service to access research material not available at Swinburne.
Manage your references using EndNote bibliographic software, which helps you create a database of references as you find them, or keep a list of your own publications to easily insert into grant applications.
Library services and resources are continually reviewed to meet your needs. If you have suggestions, contact Rebecca Parker, Research Services Librarian. Read more about how the Library supports research here, or through Rebecca's fortnightly column in the Research Bulletin.