Higher Degree Research (HDR) students require more advanced research skills to complete literature reviews and research projects. This section will take you through the research process and offer guides, tutorials and resources to help you conduct in depth research.
Endnote is a bibliographic management program provided by the university. It allows you to create, search, sort and annotate a personal library of research. Using Endnote you can insert properly formatted citations directly into the text or reference list of your document in Word.
This is where you will find the HDR Thesis Presentation Schedule which outlines the formatting requirements for USQ theses. Other official forms and guides for completing your HDR program can also be found at the Office of Research site. The Office of Research produces ReDTrain, a series of initiatives and events to help you develop your skills and knowledge.
This community offers a good space to connect with other USQ research students for advice and support. This is a closed Facebook group for USQ research students. You will need to request access to join.
Need help with statistics? USQ's Statistical Consulting Unit (SCU) offers workshops and consultations on research design, data collection, analysis and interpretation. This service is only available to postgraduate research students at USQ. You can self-enrol to access this site.