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Researcher Unbound

Testimonials

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This program is excellent. I have been a big fan of the RU series and benefited a lot from these workshops. To be honest, RU is a big reason for me to come back to NUS to pursue a PhD after getting my master’s here, because it provided many inspirations on research. Many thanks to NUS libraries!

 

PhD Student

Talk: Zotero – Your Personal Library for Research Information

I wish this was provided on my 1st day when I enrolled in MOT. This would definitely help me to appreciate more of what I have learned.

 

Master’s Student

Talk: Business Research for the Non-Business Researcher

The presenter was great! Very clear and provided clear examples and demonstration at a measured pace.

 

Assistant Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
Talk: Measuring Your Research Impact Using Scopus

Went away with a good working knowledge of the commercial databases available. Helps me in my current research area of looking at Board of Directors of companies.

 

Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Real Estate and Urban Studies
Talk: Your Go-To-Sources For Commercial Research

Other than seeing the effort of scanning the maps in the past came "alive" with the wonderful stories, the talk provided new inspiration for further works to be pursued and new material to be covered in some of the undergraduate modules here in NUS.

 

Associate Professor, Geography

Talk: Using Digitised Historical Maps for Research

It's very insightful and I think it will help me a lot with my research & thesis :)

 

Undergraduate Student
Talk: Chinese Newspaper Database

Introduced some useful information about D3, which will be important for my daily work.

 

Undergraduate Student
Talk: Introduction to D3.js

Practical skills and deeper understanding of patent research.

 

Undergraduate Student
Talk: An Insider’s Guide to Understanding Patent

Eye opener to see real-life applications for data visualisation.

 

Academic Staff, NUS
Talk: Data Storytelling

Assisting in my research process by gathering and synthesising information through questioning.

 

Research Assistant, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
Talk: Question the Idea, Discover the Invention

A lot of useful techniques in guiding meaningful and efficient research.

 

Undergraduate Student
Talk: Literature Search - Engineering Science & Technology

The speaker obviously is an insider and he provides informative and culturally sensitive knowledge and suggestions about the process of submitting a book proposal. Focusing on social sciences and humanities is important because writing books plays a big role in academic life for scholars in these fields.

 

Research Fellow, Asia Research Institute

Talk: The Write Way to a Winning Book Proposal

Very useful information which can be used not only in research, but also for daily life. The content provided is very updated and relevant.

 

Graduate Student
Talk: Tips & Tricks to Google

Learnt how to use a new tool to handle large and messy datasets efficiently. This is a great addition to my data analysis workflow.

 

Graduate Student
Talk: An Introduction to Data Cleaning With OpenRefine
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