Charles Sturt University has a number of Research Support Services designed to provide support for Graduate Researcher Candidates, Researchers, and Supervisors across their research endeavours and careers.
Current research students
As an HDR Student, you have access to a wide variety of information, tools, resources and guides to support you on your journey.
A guide to research at Charles Sturt University
A guide to support researchers to navigate our research community, and find information on systems, processes, policies and strategies for undertaking research at Charles Sturt University.
Everyone in the research community at Charles Sturt has access to the research professional development (PD) programs.
Data, methods and tools
Find information on research methods and the tools you can use to conduct your research.
Data analysis software and surveys
Software such as SPSS, NVivo, Endnote, ArcGIS, ENVI and R will help you to organise, visualise and analyse your research data. You can also use Survey Monkey to create online surveys.
Statistics workshops and tools
The Quantitative Consulting Unit (QCU) runs statistics workshops and tutorials for various tools. CSU students or staff, or members of the public are welcome to attend.
Research output reporting
Information about Research Outputs Collection (ROC), MyResearch, CRO and putting your thesis on CRO.
MyResearch (also known as Research Master) is our complete research management system.
Indigenous researchers and HDR candidates can find opportunities for supporting their research and study.
Policies and procedures
Access a range of policies and procedures.
View all of Research Office's contact points.
Forms and Guides
Access a range of guides and electronic forms.
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