24–26 November 2021
Brisbane, Gold Coast & online
ResBaz is returning this year and will be held in person at The University of Queensland and Griffith University, and live streamed statewide.
ResBaz (Research Bazaar) Queensland will be held at UQ’s St Lucia campus on 24–26 November, with a satellite event at Griffith’s Gold Coast campus on 26 November. Further satellite events and live streaming of presentations are planned for other Queensland universities.
A satellite event is a Queensland first for ResBaz. The one-day Gold Coast event is being organised for researchers by staff from Griffith University, Bond University, Southern Cross University and the University of New England.
QCIF Skills Development Manager Dr Mark Crowe, who is on the ResBaz Queensland organising committee, said: “ResBaz has always been about providing a venue for young researchers to meet and connect with their peers. After more than a year of remote engagement, we’re delighted to be able to hold a face-to-face event and offer that networking opportunity again. Even better, we can benefit from the innovations of the last 12 months, and for the first time extend that opportunity to participants from across Queensland.”
ResBaz Queensland is a joint collaboration between The University of Queensland, Griffith University, Queensland University of Technology, University of Southern Queensland, James Cook University, CQUniversity and QCIF.
ResBaz aims to equip researchers from all career stages and disciplines with the digital skills and tools required to do their research better, faster and smarter. It is particularly aimed at those new to digital research tools.
It is a low-cost, highly participatory event where researchers from many different disciplines can learn, share knowledge and skills, and have fun.
The conference features workshops, talks, stalls and networking events.
Those who wish to teach a workshop, present a talk, run a social activity, volunteer to help, or sponsor the event, can leave their details on an Expression of Interest form.
Last year’s ResBaz Brisbane conference was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.