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Use UQ Experts to find specialists, and expert opinion on a wide range of teaching and research fields. You can search by topics, surname or browse by organisational unit.
Use part of a search term to find a more comprehensive range of matches. A database search will be quite literal in its outcome so if you enter culture, you will also get records containing agriculture. If you enter Latin, you will get records containing words like relating.
Try searching using specific context-related words. For example, mammals will efficiently return mammals but koala or dog will focus a 'mammal' query more specifically.
Use part of a surname to find a more comprehensive range of matches. A database search will be quite literal in its outcome so if you enter chan, you will also get records containing Chandler, Chadwick, Chanson etc.
Try searching using a specific surname. For example, Frazer will efficiently return all experts with the surname Frazer.
Browse by Organisational Unit
On the home page, click on the Browse by Organisational Unit tab. Select the unit of interest from the drop down box and click on the Browse button.
Tags are keywords or topics. The Hot Tags bar (above the search box) displays 6 top keywords related to hot topics in the media or exciting research at UQ. More tags can be found on the Popular Tags page. The Popular tags link sits in the Resources box on the UQ experts homepage.
You can search for UQ Experts on your desktop by using UQ Experts Widget for the Yahoo! Widget Engine (YWE). Find out more on the widget page.
UQ Experts can be access on any wireless handheld devices (PDA, Smart phones and Mobile phones). Find out more on the wireless page.
The printing function can be found on all search/browse results pages. All you have to do is to use your browser's print function to start printing. Print outputs are formatted for easy reading.
UQ Experts Registration
You have to be a UQ academic staff member or researcher before you can register for UQ Experts. To register use this registration form.
Reporting Data Inaccuracies
Send an email to mcd.admin[at]uq.edu.au to report any inaccuracies in data returned from search results. Replace [at] with @ before sending an email. This procedure is in place to prevent email spamming.