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Tag: <span>Research</span>

Writefest 2018

November is Academic Writing Month. This annual event was established as a way to support academic writing via the #AcWriMo hashtag on Twitter. During November 2018, the Institute for Academic Development will be running WriteFest, a local contribution to this academic writing month, with the aim of bringing people together …

Places available: Upcoming IAD PhD Workshops

We have places available on the following workshops running in September: The Writing Process: Getting Started  (CAHSS)– 17/9/18 This workshop provides practical tools and tips for making the transition into writing by developing focus, structure and a writing habit. Text: Coherence, Structure and Argumentation 18/9/18 This workshop looks at different aspects …

Places available: Upcoming IAD PhD Workshops

We have places available on the following upcoming workshops: Presenting Made Easy – Delivering Presentations 20th March 2017 This workshop gives the opportunity to deliver a presentation.  Participants will present a prepared 5 min(max) talk on subject of their own choice or give an overview of their subject preferably using visual …

International Guest Speaker Hugh Kearns

On the 24th October 2016 we have a guest speaker, Hugh Kearns from Flinders University Australia, running two workshops ‘Seven Secrets of a Highly Successful Research Student’ and ‘The Imposter Syndrome: Why successful people feel like frauds’ Hugh lectures and researches at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. He is widely recognised …

Welcome along/back!

For those if you who are new to the PhD blog, I use this space to give hints and tips for successful completion of the PhD as well as giving updates on topics related to PhD life, for example, check out the post about getting started with the Researcher Development …


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