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On Tuesday 14 May we welcome Web Portal Service Manager Mary Elder who will be telling us about the work that has happened over the past year to deliver a truly-user centered portal for current students.
What’s happening? This is the first and most repeated question in a major incident or critical continuity event. Situation Appraisal is the Kepner-Tregoe thinking process designed to answer this question. The steps are simple in theory: Identify (and log) concerns/issues Set priority Plan next steps Manage involvement However in practice, folk tend to leap all […]
These instructions are for IPP supervisors. If you are an IPP tutor, please consult the instructions for IPP tutors here. Go to the IPP Learn page and ensure you are logged in Navigate to the Course Management panel and select Course Tools>Turnitin Assignments Select Final IPP submission Find the submission by searching student name in […]
Hello, my name is Ingrid and I work at Glasgow Women’s Aid (GWA) as a children and young people’s support worker. I would like to share my thoughts and insights from the Improving Justice in Child Contact (IJCC) kick-off meeting which I attended with 3 fantastic young people who engage in our participation projects. The […]
I am very happy to say the crisis is over. Although lets be honest, the shape of the world right now means I have no right to use the word crisis when I talk about something as trivial as not writing a blog post. Sheesh! Perspective, right? Let’s instead refer to this as a momentary […]
This month, we meet Helen Breheny, Contracts Support Officer, and talk stocks and shares, cytogenetics and good food. What led you to work at the University? My working life began in accounts long before there were computers. I used NCR Accounting machines spouting paper tape. I took an HR course at college which led me […]