Carine Research


Heather Carine is an award winning writer, with articles published in many Australian and international business and information management publications including in-business, FUMSI,, Online Currents, Searcher,  Australian Law Librarian and AIIP Connections.

Heather has been awarded the AIIP Connections Writer’s award (2009) for best original article published in AIIP Connections and the FUMSI Citation (Find, Use, Manage and Share Information) in 2007 for the most useful article written for, as voted by the readership of over 80,000 subscribers to

She writes a free monthly newsletter called Research Tips sharing practical ideas and tips for finding the business information you need, when you need it.

Published articles

Tips for tongue tied and terrified speakers

Sep. 4th | Posted by 0 comments
Tips for tongue tied & terrified speakers_pictureIf the thought of public speaking fills you with dread – you are not alone. It is said that 85% of people feel nervous before they speak to an audience, and the other 15% are lying! It’s easier to enjoy speaking to an audience, if you can confidently think that everything will be okay on the day, using these five simple tips. Read more...

The business of getting a better question to answer

Apr. 16th | Posted by 0 comments
Photo by Constance ArdIf ever there was a time to hone your skills at getting to the essence of the matter, it is now. With information users overwhelmed with information overload, and needing to sift through too much irrelevant material to find a few nuggets of insight, the ability to drill down to the essence of the matter, is a valuable skill. Read more...

The importance of getting the research brief right

Apr. 16th | Posted by 0 comments
Photo by Constance ArdGetting the research brief right has always been an important skill for corporate librarians. Interpreting their colleagues’ technical information research requests, tracking down the right information, and meeting demanding time frames is all in a day’s work for corporate librarians. Read more...