This month the Research blog highlights Professional Development opportunities, the lowdown from the Library and a call for EOIs (by 8 October) for a Writing Retreat to be held early November.
The wiki began life in our Faculty as a one-stop shop for all things learning and teaching but in recent months we’ve joined forces with the other Faculties and DLT for a true collaboration. Find out why you should jump on.
DLT have begun a monthly newsletter that highlights all of the L&T professional development opportunities coming up. Here’s what’s happening in October.
This month the Research blog highlights Professional Development opportunities, particularly a Developing my Research Budget workshop, September Bootcamp- for research writers, the 5 Minute Research Pitch for October and a call for EOIs for a Writing Retreat to be held early November.
This month the Research blog highlights Professional Development opportunities, the 5 Minute Research Pitch for October, the Nagle Public Lecture and the new 2018 Code of Responsible Conduct for Research together with lines from the Library.
Come in and have a look at what happens in WPL! Meet a student, a staff member, hear what’s coming up and peek behind the scenes in WPL.
With 201860 just around the corner, this post gives you an update on the i2 theme saga, information on internationally recognised fellowships, Quasars (are we in the right Faculty?) and a material sharing site to watch out for. Oh, and the 2019 L&T Symposium has been locked in!
Take a look at this month’s professional development opportunities from the Research Office and Quantitative Consulting Unit.
Check your subject against some of the ICEBERG model action tips to make sure you’re maximising support for student retention. And when you’ve done that, check into some of this month’s opportunities for sharing the great work you’re doing at conferences and SoTL publications.
There are some important dates coming up…don’t miss them! Also this month there’s news about a new travel grants scheme, the HDR welcome and induction, and congratulations to Robert Preece!