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UQ eSpace: manage your research outputs and datasets

Everything you need to know about using UQ eSpace to keep your research output and research data profile up to date

Select content indicators where relevant (Optional)

The Content Indicators  selector allows you to identify your works as (any or all of) the following options, where relevant to your work:

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Protocol
  • Case Study 

Selection is only required for relevant works from (including) 2012 for reporting purposes, and is not a mandatory requirement.

Additional content indicators specific to conference papers are also available on forms for all sub-types of conference papers (fully published, oral presentation, poster, published abstract, other) and are as follows:

  • Plenary
  • Invited 

eSpace samples:

Scholarship of teaching and learning - works that are based on systematic inquiry into student learning which advances the practice of teaching in higher education and that publish inquiry findings, e.g.
A study of teacher reflection in a community of practice for professional development
Auditing the numeracy demands of the Australian curriculum

For a full list of examples in UQ eSpace click here.

Protocol - refers to work that provides a detailed plan for the outcome of a body of research, much like a randomised controlled trial protocol, and usually includes the background to the research, how the research will be conducted and what the research is aimed at achieving, and may be peer reviewed.  A work of this type usually includes  'protocol' in the title or abstract. Not all works that include 'protocol' in the title are protocols, however.
WISH project protocol 
Randomised controlled trial protocol

For a full list of examples in UQ eSpace click here.

Case Study - refers to brief works that have 'case study' in the title or abstract, or are brief case notes, reviews or commentaries, e.g.
Preventing suicide case study
Dental case study
Medical case study
Legal case commentary

Note: Case Study is particularly aimed at brief medical, health sciences and legal case studies, in order to separate them from full research articles.  Full papers, articles and reports that present case studies or comparative case studies to analyse and present research findings should not be identified as 'Case Study'. 

For a full list of examples in UQ eSpace click here.

Plenary - relevant to the Conference Paper work type only - all sub-types delivered and/or published as plenary papers at a conference, e.g.
Oral presentation

For a full list of examples in UQ eSpace click here.

Invited - relevant to the Conference Paper work type only - all sub-types specifically invited for delivery and/or published for a conference, e.g.
Law conference oral presentation

For a full list of examples in UQ eSpace click here. 

Things to note:

  • This is not a mandatory requirement
  • The Content Indicators selector is available via Add a missing work to eSpaceRequest a correctionClaim a work and NTRO Complete a work forms
  •  Excludes Thesis, Dataset and Image work types
  • You can select multiple content indicators to add more information about your work
  • You are not able to remove indicators already selected
  • To amend existing information, suggest a correction via the Request a correction form.  You can also suggest a correction when claiming a work.

Form views (all included works except Conference Paper):


Form list (Conference Paper - all sub-types):