New keywords added to VOCEDplus
Fourteen new keywords have been added to VOCEDplus to reflect trends in international tertiary research. The new keywords are being retrospectively added to existing entries in VOCEDplus. The new keywords are:
To see all the keywords used in VOCEDplus you can Browse by keyword or download a copy of A guide to VOCEDplus subjects and keywords.
Focus on... apprenticeships and traineeships
Are you looking for current and quality information on apprentices and trainees? Want to save time and effort searching for suitable resources? The team behind VOCEDplus are here to help. Visit the Focus on... page to find a collection of relevant research, policy, statistics and organisations that will not only introduce you to apprenticeships and traineeships, but guide you in finding key resources.
In related news, next year will see the release of a new initiative - the Pod Network. What is a Pod you ask? How can it help you with your research and information gathering? Find out the answers to these questions and more when the Pod Network launches in February 2016. Keep your eye on VOCEDplus for more details or follow us on Twitter @VOCEDplus.
Have you used the VOCEDplus thesis collection?
If not, give it a go. The collection currently contains over 700 Australian and international theses on the broad topic of tertiary education. The collection is also broken down into smaller collections based around the following topics:
VOCEDplus welcomes submissions of theses for inclusion in this collection. If you are interested in sharing your research with an international audience, you can submit your thesis online to VOCEDplus. Please refer to the VOCEDplus selection criteria to see if your thesis is suitable for inclusion.
VOCEDplus really is international
VOCEDplus is truly a global resource, not only in terms of content, but usage around the world. While VOCEDplus is created in Australia and captures a large amount of Australian material, it is international in scope and thus also gathers a significant amount of research from overseas countries.
In terms of usage of VOCEDplus, approximately 70 per cent is by non-Australian users, in both developed and developing countries. Developing countries account for 22 per cent of total usage of VOCEDplus, and 1.5 per cent of usage comes from the least developed countries in the world.
While the biggest users of VOCEDplus are Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, India, Philippines and Malaysia, it is also wonderful to know that we are helping researchers in countries such as Greenland, Timor-Leste, Mali, Turkmenistan, and Bolivia.