eResearch @ Flinders

eResearch is defined as the use of advanced information and communications technologies for research and includes tools to support collaboration, data management and analysis, high performance computing and visualisation/haptics.

Flinders researchers already use many eResearch tools. This site aims to bring together information about eResearch at Flinders. Use the links to the left to find out more or email


  • The Australian Bureau of Statistics/Universities Australia agreement allows researchers from our university to apply for access to various confidentialised datasets. Over the past six months, a number of new datasets has been released by the ABS. A sample of these is listed below: Road Freight Movements, 2014 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Survey, 2014–15 […]
  • Copyright material pervades our lives. Almost everyone is both a consumer and creator of copyright material but very few people have a good understanding of the intricacies of copyright. It is also increasingly common for license conditions (restrictive or permissive) to be attached to copyright material which can complicate matters. Anne Hawkins is the library’s […]