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Research and Writing Skills for Academic and Graduate Researchers book cover

Research and Writing Skills for Academic and Graduate Researchers

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)  71 H5P Activities    English (United Kingdom)

Author(s): RMIT University Library

Subject(s): Research methods: general, Higher education, tertiary education, Research methods: general, Language learning for academic, technical and scientific purposes, Academic style, Academism, Academicism

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 26/02/2024

Research and Writing Skills for Academic and Graduate Researchers is for higher degree students and academics who want to develop skills to assist them on their research journey, from the beginning stages of searching the literature and developing a research proposal, to writing and presentation skills, and on to managing their researcher profile and finding evidence of their research impact.

While written with RMIT University higher degree and academic researchers in mind, other researchers world-wide may find it applicable – feel free to adopt or adapt to suit your own context.

This set of modules is under development – check back regularly to find additional content.

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A Skilled Hand and a Cultivated Mind

CC BY-NC-ND (Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivatives)   English (United Kingdom)

Author(s): Julian Lee, Maki Yoshida, Jindan Ni, Kaye Quek, Anamaria Ducasse

Editor(s): Julian Lee, Maki Yoshida, Jindan Ni, Kaye Quek, Anamaria Ducasse

Subject(s): Education, Teaching skills and techniques

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 24/02/2024

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Learning Lab Contextualised Content

CC BY-NC-SA (Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike)  103 H5P Activities    English (Australia)

Author(s): Teryn Attwell, Kelly Ann Smith, Riley Barber, Azadeh Mobasheri

Subject(s): Educational: Study and revision guides, Teachers’ classroom resources and material, For advanced / upper secondary education, For higher / tertiary / university education

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 19/12/2023

Learning Lab Contextualised Content (LLCC) is a multidisciplinary suite of digital open educational resources.  It supports learners and educators by providing foundation resources in an interactive, flexible, and shareable format.

Developed by educators and digital learning designers, the aim of this content is to provide realistic examples of the implementation of skills and knowledge required by students at a tertiary level. Included in the LLCC are materials on a range of subjects from maths, physics, and writing, to critical thinking, collaboration, and time management. The resources encourage learners to think about how they will apply these skills in their future careers and focus on four industry areas: engineering, economics and marketing, healthcare, and social services.  

All objects sit within a larger story, that of the Salty Creek Community Festival, and can be explored holistically by the learner. However, each learning object is also modular, meaning it can be used as an independent lesson or activity.  

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Partnerships with the Community: Social Work Field Education during the Covid-19 Pandemic

CC BY-NC-ND (Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivatives)   English

Author(s): Ronnie Egan, Betty Haralambous, Patrick O’Keeffe

Subject(s): Social work, Work experience, placements and internships

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT University in partnership with Informit Open

Last updated: 06/12/2023

This edition of Partnerships with the Community: Social Work Field Education during the Covid-19 Pandemic emerged from RMIT’s Partnership Reference Group in response to the impacts of the global pandemic on field placement supply and delivery. There was collective agreement that the long-term relationships between RMIT Social Work and the field through field education and beyond allowed us to rapidly respond to the needs of students, agencies and the community and continue to provide social work field education over 2020 and 2021. This book is a testament to the strength of these relationships demonstrated in the trust, respect, shared vision, flexibility, and reciprocity exhibited during this period. The book brings together the narratives of the RMIT Field education team and eleven of our industry partners about their experiences of providing social work placements during a global pandemic.

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RMIT Strategic Management Case Studies

CC BY-NC-ND (Attribution NonCommercial NoDerivatives)   English (United Kingdom)

Author(s): Tim O'Shannassy, Justin Pierce

Editor(s): Tim O'Shannassy

Subject(s): Economics, Finance, Business and Management, Management decision making

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 05/12/2023

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RMIT Open Publishing Toolkit for Authors

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Author(s): Julian Blake, Jennifer Hurley, Ian Kolk, Anne Lennox, Stuart Moffat, Mark Parsons, Frank Ponte, Emily Russell, Carrie Thomas

Editor(s): Carrie Thomas, Jennifer Hurley

Subject(s): Education, Teaching staff, Publishing and book trade, Higher education, tertiary education, Open learning, distance education

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 15/11/2023

The RMIT Open Publishing Toolkit for Authors is a guide for those who want to publish an open educational resource with RMIT Open Press. It steps authors through the process they will undertake when working with the RMIT Open Publishing Team, and sets out guidelines and expectations for the undertaking.

It covers:

  • Planning an open publication: guiding principles and considerations
  • Preparing your manuscript: style and licence requirements; keeping track of your project; inclusivity and accessibility; creating your manuscript; academic integrity; and quality and peer review
  • Working with the RMIT Open Publishing Team: the role of authors, and the role of the RMIT Open Publishing Team.

While this book was developed specifically for an RMIT University audience, others may find it useful as a resource to refer to, or to adopt or adapt for their own contexts.

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Colour Theory: Understanding and Working with Colour

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)  7 H5P Activities    English (Australia)

Author(s): Lisa Cianci

Subject(s): Colours and colour theory, Digital, video and new media arts, Cultural studies, Optical physics, Theory of art, The Arts: techniques and principles, Graphic design

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 13/10/2023

Colour theory covers a long history from antiquity to modern times. It includes academic and scientific investigations into how we see and understand colour. It also includes practical applications for using colour in creative work.

This learning resource covers the history of colour theory, how we see colour, and how to use colour systems to mix colour and create colour relationships.

Also included in this resource are quizzes to test your knowledge, and practical learning activities to guide users in applications of colour theory for art and design. It's useful for anyone working with colour in creative and scientific fields.

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Protocols for assisting distressed students: Essentials (Staff course)

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)  15 H5P Activities    English

Author(s): RMIT Mental Wellbeing Initiatives

Editor(s): Lisa Chee, Michael Swadling, Ian Kolk, Sophie Langley, Emily Russell

Subject(s): Counselling and care of students, Higher education, tertiary education

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 10/05/2023

Teaching and professional staff are often the first to respond in times when study and life have overwhelmed a student. To assist, we have created this course to build staff confidence in responding to students in distress in a way that respects the boundaries of their role.
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Mental Wellbeing Essentials (Student course)

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Author(s): RMIT Mental Wellbeing Initiatives

Editor(s): Ian Kolk, Sophie Langley, Emily Russell, Lisa Chee, Michael Swadling

Subject(s): Counselling and care of students, Higher education, tertiary education, Coping with / advice about mental health issues, Care of people with mental health issues

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 17/11/2022

Students experience higher rates of mental illness than the general population. We’ve created this course to allow learning institutions to share a short resource with their students covering the essentials of mental wellbeing.

Content includes:

– Why looking after your mental wellbeing is important when studying
– Signs to look out for that might indicate you or others need extra support
– Practical tips for supporting others in distress
– How you can look after yourself when supporting others.

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OER Capability Toolkit

CC BY-NC (Attribution NonCommercial)  22 H5P Activities    English (Australia)

Author(s): Julian Blake, Jane Halson, Ian Kolk, Anne Lennox, Stuart Moffat, Frank Ponte, Rebecca Rata, Carrie Thomas

Editor(s): Frank Ponte, Carrie Thomas, Rebecca Rata

Subject(s): Teaching staff, Higher education, tertiary education, Open learning, distance education

Institution(s): RMIT University

Publisher: RMIT Open Press

Last updated: 23/08/2022

The OER Capability Toolkit aims to provide educators a fundamental understanding in the use and creation of OER. This book provides a higher education Australian perspective and content is broken down into five parts: Defining Open Education and OER; Understanding Open Licensing; Finding and Evaluating OER; Adapting, Creating and Sharing OER; and Open Pedagogy, Principles and Practices. Each part features interactive elements culminating in a final exercise that enables educators to reflect on their own course curriculum to include OER and think about how open pedagogical principles can be introduced in their own teaching practice.