Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Research Support Services

Research Office

The Research Office is the central point of contact for researchers, research students, supervisors, managers and research agencies and will provide information and support for the administration and management of research and higher degrees by research (HDR) at CSU.

Library Services

Provides search tools, publishing & promoting research, funding opportunities, research methods, research output and publications as well as training and resources for better managing your research.

Publications Reporting

Information about Research Output Collection (ROC), MyResearch, CRO and putting your thesis on CRO.

Academic Literacy,Learning & Numeracy

Assistance on many academic writing topics (e.g. Developing a Good Literature Review Structure) as well as facilitated writing groups, individual consultations and other resources.

Research Methods

Online research tool for qualitative or quantitative research. Information from QCU (statistics) and SPAN (spatial data) to support the variety of research methods used including consultancy and training opportunities.

Research Data

Repository and data storage is available either internal to CSU or through remote services.

Cloud & Supercomputing Resources

Charles Sturt University is a member of Intersect, a not-for-profit organisation set up to support research in Australia. Intersect extends the technology services of the university and provides services such as:  HPC on Raijin;  Cloud Computing;  Cloud Storage;  Consultation and Advice;  Training;  Software Engineering;  Data as a Service


How to get software such as SPSS, NVivo, Endnote which will help you to organise your research data.

Student Services

Student Services offers a range of support for Research Candidates including: mentoring, equity and diversity, access and disability, health and wellbeing, jobs and careers, IT, legal advice.

Useful links

A collection of external sites, blogs and media that may be of interest to CSU researchers and research students.