Lots of internal PD opportunities to read about this month plus a workshop opportunity from the CRC Association and Library Lowdown discusses Research Data Management and Research Outputs & EDRS
Find out about the ECR sessions and new online research project request form. Having problems with your ethics applications disappearing? Are you an ECR…find out how to join PdCSU. Interested in doing some PD at your own pace? LinkedIn Learning now has a Research Collection.
Now that session is underway, some of you may have some time to dip into some learning and teaching professional development opportunities. Here are a few that are on the horizon…
Save the dates for upcoming events in September & October. Professional development opportunities are overflowing! Congratulations to Dr Lihong Zheng who has been profiled for Business Chicks
Making a good impression in 201960, fighting the scourge of contract cheating and professional development opportunities, read all about it.
DIT are upgrading one of the Charles Sturt Learning & Development Applications – Lynda.com to LinkedIn Learning. Find all you need to know here.
Submissions to the UNsymposium are starting to roll in, DLT have a range of professional learning opportunities coming up and with 6 weeks to the start of session 2 its time to submit your subject outline for QA.
The BJBS minimum expectations on subject delivery are now live, there are even more improvements to the subject outline tool and for the first time prospective CSU students will be able to see an assessment summary for each subject before they enrol.
Registrations for the L&T Symposium are now open. We’re launching some minimum standards on subject delivery, additional support for sessional staff, there’s been an upgrade to DOMS and DLT have a range of PD opportunities in April.
So many opportunities! Would you like to promote your research? Develop research strategies? Improve your research impact? Need some training in R stats? And the big one….Research Budgets? So much learning to choose from! Plus the Library has just released a new guide for CRO.