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Confidentialised Unit Record Files (CURFs)  guide to support VU researchers

To support researchers, Victoria University Library has created a new guide to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Confidentialised Unit Record Files (CURFs) and other microdata.

The LibGuide CURFs and Other Sources of Data & Statistics’  includes:

  • a definition of Confidentialised Unit Record Files (CURFs)
  • the application process for CURFs
  • a link to the Microdata webpages of the Australian Bureau of Statistics
  • access to Census data
  • other sources of research data and statistics

The existing LibGuide Statistical and Mathematical Software, which draws together information sources on statistical analysis software such as SPSS & NVivo, has also been updated to include the information as listed above.

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Read this clever letter written to a grant applicant for some hints.

Office for Research Resources

The Office for Research is responsible for the University’s expanding research activities. Its main objectives are to:

  • enhance links between the University’s research funding agencies and staff;
  • assist staff with information on sources for research funding; and
  • provide assistance and development programs for staff at all stages of research.

Biggerbrains

Biggerbrains is a career development resource for early career researchers – Where the ‘DNA of success’ is contributed by the big minds in the research community.

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TED – Ideas worth spreading
TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. On TED.com, we make the best talks and performances from TED and partners available to the world, for free. More than 900 TEDTalks are now available, with more added each week. All of the talks are subtitled in English, and many are subtitled in various languages. These videos are released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license, so they can be freely shared and reposted.

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