Samantha Blake


  • The University of Western Australia (M209), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth


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Samantha is Senior Librarian at UWA, primarily working with staff and students from the Schools of Allied Health, Biomedical Sciences, and Population and Global Health, and the Medical and Dental Schools. In this role she provides research and teaching support as well as contributing to the provision of library-wide services and projects. 

Samantha has worked in the Health & Medical Sciences Faculty team since 2009. Prior to this she worked at the Telethon Kids Institute as a Research Assistant in the Cell Biology lab.

Roles and responsibilities

Samantha provides expertise and assistance in areas such as:

- supporting academic staff to develop students' research and information skills and embedding them in curricula

- UWA Library systems and resources such as OneSearch, Unit Readings, the UWA Profiles & Research Repository and literature databases, EndNote.

- research support on topics such as UWA and other researcher profile development; research metrics; advanced use of information resources; systematic review searching and information management; copyright; publishing strategically, including predatory publishing and open access publishing; keeping up to date with research in your area; research data storage and sharing; reference management software.

- referencing and referencing styles

Samantha regularly provides workshops and tutorials for staff and students and works with colleagues across the Library to deliver support for the University community.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Information Management, Curtin University

Jul 2007Jun 2011

Award Date: 10 Jan 2012

Bachelor of Science (Honours), The University of Western Australia


Award Date: 29 Mar 2006


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