Category: Researcher Skills

A section aimed at the development needs of researchers

Copyright and the e-thesis

Copyright and the e-thesis This week the UWE Graduate School put on a workshop on the topic of using third party copyrighted material in a thesis. I enlisted the help of Bennet Jones, one of the research support librarians at UWE who has the responsibility for the UWE Research Repository to explore the issue. Disclaimer: Neither…

Photo of a pile of reference books, a laptop and a daunted woman.

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First Steps to Small Group Teaching

Today I ran a session for researchers entitled “First Steps to Small Group Teaching”. This is a workshop that hopes to serve as an introduction to the role of teaching assistant/demonstrator/seminar leader/stand-in lecturer. My first disclaimer is that I am not an expert in educational research and/or the politics of learning & teaching. What I do…

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Digital Researcher #druwe

This week I ran a workshop at UWE on the use of social media in the context of research. This workshop is along similar lines to a workshop that I ran in February 2012 for researchers and a workshop at the Vitae Conference in September 2012 for researcher skills developers from across the country. Some context then about…

Social media on electronic display

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