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Introduction to Archives and Special Collections     show
Join us for this introductory session hosted by staff from Archives and Special Collections.

Target Audience: Undergraduate or postgraduate students, but any staff or students are welcome to attend.


An Introduction to Inclusive Teaching Practice     show
To raise awareness of disability related issues in higher education To consider strategies to make your teaching and learning more inclusive

Target Audience: Academic Staff


ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)     show
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day interactive workshop in suicide first aid.

Target Audience: Staff, Students+PG Researchers


ASIST Tune-Up     show
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Tune-up is a 3 hour refresher course developed by Living Works Education for participants who have completed ASIST 11.

Target Audience: ASIST 11 trained participants that wish to become more confident, competent in using the PAL Model, reflect on good practice and keep skills up-to-date


Assessment for Learning in Higher Education     show
According to the principle of Assessment for Learning (AfL), assessment and feedback should always help students learn and succeed. AfL is at the heart of Strathclyde’s Assessment and Feedback Policy.

Target Audience: For all staff involved in assessment and feedback , or those with particular interest in Assessment for Learning


Best Practices in Myplace Learning Design     show
Myplace is the University's virtual learning environment (VLE), providing a variety of educational activities to structure your class. This session is a showcase of the activities available, as well as the best practices in Business Higher Education.

Target Audience: Academic Staff


Briefing Session - Managing Work Related Stress for Managers     show
The University is responsible for the implementation of measures to prevent work related stress. It is essential that managers are advised and trained in managing this issue. We have a duty to risk assess all hazards in the workplace.

Target Audience: Staff


Company Information     show
Session on how to find company information for both your studies and career planning.

Target Audience: Academic and Support Staff, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students


Confidential Waste Information Session     show
An information session to introduce staff to the new confidential waste uplift procedure.

Target Audience: All University staff


Copyright for Referencing (in-person)     show
Copyright is an important aspect of your University studies. This short course is designed to help you understand what it is, how referencing helps you comply with copyright, when exceptions apply and when you might need permission to use other people’s stuff.

Target Audience: All students and staff


DDC Catch up - Reflection on semester 1 and revised academic year     show
An opportunity for Departmental/School Disability Coordinators to meet each other and members of the Disability Service.

Target Audience: Staff


Developments in the International Vertically Integrated Project (VIP)     show
Since its inception a few years ago the Vertically Integrated Project Consortium (of which Strathclyde is a founding member) has grown considerably taking in new programs in South East Asia and the Far East.

Target Audience: Staff and Students


Digital Exams Workshop     show
A workshop to investigate the benefits and challenges of digital exams.

Target Audience: Administrative and Teaching Staff


Dyslexia Awareness     show
Workshop on dyslexia awareness for academic staff as part of a training and development programme.

Target Audience: academic staff


Effective Team Remote Working     show
In the current climate of remote working, this course aims to provide you with an overview of some tools and techniques to allow you to effectively remotely manage a team.

Target Audience: Staff with team leading responsibilities


Elsevier Researcher Academy seminar     show
How to write a great research paper, and get it accepted by a good journal.

Target Audience: PhD Students, Staff, Researchers and Library staff


Elsevier Researcher Academy: How to Write a Great Research Paper     show
How to Write a Great Research Paper, and Get it Accepted by a Scholarly Journal

Target Audience: PhD Students, Staff, Researchers and Library staff


EndNote Desktop - (online class)     show
EndNote is a type of reference management software that enables users to manage references and import them directly into Word documents. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Endnote Online (in-person)     show
EndNote Online (also known as EndNote Web) is a free tool for Strathclyde staff and students that can help you manage your references and create your bibliography in different referencing styles. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


EndNote Online (ONLINE)     show
EndNote Online (also known as EndNote Web) is a free tool for Strathclyde staff and students that can help you manage your references and create your bibliography in different referencing styles. Please note: This class will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Enterprise, Commercialisation and Intellectual Property     show
Enterprise, Commercialisation and Intellectual Property

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Evaluating information: Skills Boost     show
Learn techniques to help you evaluate information & discover a range of places to search for high quality, academic materials. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 mins for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Evaluating information: Skills Boost ONLINE     show
Learn techniques to help you evaluate information and discover a range of places to search for high quality, academic materials. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 mins for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Everything you need to know about copyright but afraid to ask - ONLINE     show
This short course is designed to help you understand what Copyright is and how to apply the rules correctly. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Everything you need to know about Copyright but were afraid to ask     show
This short course is designed to help you to understand what Copyright is and how to apply the rules correctly. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Exam preparation: Skills Boost     show
Looking at both preparation and performance, this workshop explores ways to successfully negotiate the exam process. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Exploring Strathclyde’s historical newspapers collection     show
Join this new Skills Boost workshop to learn about Strathclyde’s collection of historical newspapers spanning the 17th to 20th centuries.

Target Audience: Students and staff with an interest in historical newspapers.


Faculty Forum     show
An opportunity for Faculty of Science Staff to meet with the Dean and to raise any concerns that they have.

Target Audience: Faculty of Science


Faculty Forum - Research Staff     show
An opportunity for Research Staff to meet with the Dean and to raise any concerns that they have.

Target Audience: Faculty of Science - Research staff


Faculty Forum - Technical staff     show
An opportunity for Technical staff to meet with the Dean and to raise any concerns that they have.

Target Audience: Faculty of Science - Technical staff


Finding and Accessing Open Access Resources     show
Interested in learning more about finding and using Open Access resources? Looking for articles relating to your research, but keep hitting paywalls? Or are you unsure about using Open Access resources for your assignments?

Target Audience: Undergraduate or postgraduate students, but any staff or students are welcome to attend.


Finding books, searching SUPrimo & Reading Lists: Skills Boost     show
Learn how to use SUPrimo. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Finding books, searching SUPrimo & Reading Lists: Skills Boost ONLINE     show
Learn how to use SUPrimo. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Finding case law     show
This class looks at how to find case law, focussing on using legal databases to do this.

Target Audience: Academic and Support Staff, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students


Finding Grey Literature     show
What is grey literature and how can you find it?

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Finding legislation     show
This class looks at how to find legislation, focussing on using legal databases to do this.

Target Audience: Academic and Support Staff, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students


Finding Technical Standards     show
This session will provide an overview of standards including how to locate equivalent standards

Target Audience: Academic, Support staff and Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.


Google & Google Scholar: how to get the best results: Skills Boost     show
Avoid the pitfalls and get the best results when using Google for academic work. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Google & Google Scholar:how to get best results:Skills Boost ONLINE     show
Avoid the pitfalls and get the best results when using Google for academic work. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Gradebook Combined     show
A combination of the 2 'Quick Step' sessions on Gradebook Weightings and Grade Visibility.

Target Audience: Teaching or Admin Staff Responsible for Grading/Releasing Grades


HEA Fellowship Network     show
This network is to support staff in working toward HEA fellowships (Associate Fellowship, Fellowship, Senior Fellowship).

Target Audience: All staff involved in delivering or supporting learning and teaching.


How to address some of researchers’ pressing questions with Scopus     show
This live demonstration introduces Scopus as a tool for research students and researchers who need access to the latest relevant research. It is aimed at beginners and intermediate users.

Target Audience: Postgraduate Students, Academic staff, Researchers, and Library staff


How to get published in a scholarly journal: top tips from a publisher     show
You’ve completed your research and want to publish your work in a peer-reviewed journal. Are you wondering where to start? This seminar will cover how to get published in a scholarly journal, with top tips from the publisher.

Target Audience: Postgraduate students, Early Career Researchers.


Hybrid Teaching     show
This session will communicate key information to teaching staff on Hybrid Teaching at Strathclyde according to the Hybrid Teaching and Learning Guidance.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching


Information Drop in Session - Strathclyde Supervisor Development Prog     show
This open session is an opportunity to meet with a member of the Strathclyde Supervisor Development Programme team to discuss the new programme and how this supports Supervisor development at Strathclyde.

Target Audience: All staff with a role in PG Research Supervision


Introduction to Alchemy: Archives&Special Collections(for class QQ211)     show
Discover the secret world of alchemy in the 16th and 17th century books in the Archives and Special Collections at the University of Strathclyde.

Target Audience: Undergraduate students enrolled in class QQ211 (Making the Modern Human).


Introduction to H5P Interactive Content     show
H5P tools are used for creating engaging interactive content in online classes. This session will provide participants with an overview of the suite of tools, and will demonstrate how to add an H5P activity to a MyPlace class.

Target Audience: Teaching and Administrative Staff


Introduction to Lexis+ UK Legal Research ONLINE     show
This is an opportunity to find out about using Lexis+ UK Legal Research in your learning and research. Please note: This session will be delivered online.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Introduction to Nexis (News & Business Database)     show
Nexis is a powerful research tool which provides international news and business information from a wide range of sources.

Target Audience: Undergraduates, Postgraduates, Academic and Support Staff.


Introduction to ScienceDirect: More than a full text platform     show
This webinar will cover the advantages of using ScienceDirect as a search platform, as well as useful features and tips and tricks to help you be more efficient in your research.

Target Audience: All Students, Academic staff, Researchers, and Library staff


Introduction to Social Media for Academics Workshop     show
A half day session (3 hours) that will lay a foundation for academics using twitter professionally

Target Audience: Research, teaching or academic support staff who would like to start using Twitter to build an academic network


Introduction to Special Collections for class QQ418     show
Join us in the Archives and Special Collections reading room to explore our collections of rare books dating from the 15th century onwards.

Target Audience: Undergraduate Students enrolled in class QQ418


Introduction to Westlaw     show
This is an opportunity to find out about using Westlaw in your learning and research. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate, Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Invitation to Strathclyde Doctoral School Roadshow 24 February 2-3pm     show
Professor Eleanor Shaw, Associate Principal and Director of Strathclyde Doctoral School (SDS) invites you to come along to this session find out more about SDS.

Target Audience: Faculty of Science


Learning and Teaching Improvement Framework Forums 2022-23: Forum 1     show
Delivering an Outstanding Student Experience: LT Improvement Framework Forums

Target Audience: All academic, administrative and professional services staff responsible for delivering and supporting programmes


Lecture capture - pilot project and system demonstration     show
A small-scale pilot project to trial the use of lecture capture was approved by the University’s Learning Enhancement Committee in Dec 2017. This event will enable you to explore lecture capture technology and to interact with the lecture capture operating system from Echo360.

Target Audience: Staff


Library Lounge: Virtual Study Sessions.     show
An alternative way to study with other students in an online managed study environment. These virtual study sessions will help you to dedicate specific time to focus on your coursework whilst feeling connected and supported by studying alongside other students.

Target Audience: All students.


Literature searching: how to find & use databases: Skills Boost     show
Literature searching: how to find and use databases. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Literature searching: how to find & use databases:Skills Boost ONLINE     show
Literature Searching: how to find and use databases. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Market & Industry Information     show
Session on how to find market research and industry information.

Target Audience: Academic and Support Staff, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students


Mobile App Agile Planning Group     show
A regular interactive forum to present new features in the App and to collect ideas for future development.

Target Audience: Staff and students


Myplace 2017-2018 Upgrade Workshop     show
An overview of new features in Myplace for the 2017-2018 academic year.

Target Audience: Administrative and Teaching Staff


Myplace 2018-2019 Upgrade Workshop     show
An overview of new features in Myplace for the 2018-2019 academic year.

Target Audience: Administrative and Teaching Staff


Myplace User Group     show
Myplace User Group meeting for all staff members who use Myplace for teaching and learning at the University.

Target Audience: Staff users of Myplace


Online - Getting Started with Myplace     show
This session is aimed at staff who would like to learn how to use MyPlace. It provides practical experience in using the most common functions of MyPlace, and the basic skills required in setting up and managing a class.

Target Audience: Staff


Planning Blended Learning     show
This session will provide guidance on planning for Blended Learning and highlight what support is available to teaching staff.

Target Audience: Teaching and Administrative Staff


Predatory Publishing     show
Learn more about Predatory Publishing. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Referencing skills: how & why you should reference: Skills Boost     show
How and why you should reference. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Referencing with APA7 ONLINE     show
Undergraduate and postgraduate students can sign-up for this online workshop to take part in activities and learn the fundamentals of writing references using APA7.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students.


Referencing with Harvard ONLINE     show
Undergraduate and postgraduate students can sign-up for this online workshop to take part in activities and learn the fundamentals of writing references using Harvard. Please note: This session will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduates and Postgraduates


Referencing with Oscola (in-person)     show
We will look at some of the key principles of OSCOLA, the Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities. OSCOLA is a well-regarded and commonly used guide to legal citation (or referencing). Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduates and Postgraduates


Research Interns Poster Event     show
An event to celebrate the outputs of research internships undertaken by undergraduate students in the summer of 2019.

Target Audience: Staff, students


Researching with IEEE Xplore (WebEx)     show
Discover helpful tips for searching the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.

Target Audience: Academic and Support Staff, Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students


Safe Talk     show
Suicide Awareness Training

Target Audience: Staff,Students+PG Researchers


Scopus Yourself - Learn all about Scopus author profiles     show
Author level metrics may be used for tenure, funding and for other research performance based decisions; therefore, it is important to ensure your researcher profile reflects your information correctly.

Target Audience: Postgraduate Students, Academic staff, Researchers, and Library staff


Scopus: Understanding Research Metrics and using these responsibly     show
This lecture will provide a high-level understanding of some of the publication and citation metrics and how they are calculated.

Target Audience: Postgraduate Students, Academic staff, Researchers, and Library staff


SEES XMAS Gathering     show
Our SEES Christmas Celebration is great fun and a lovely opportunity to spend time together. As usual we'll be serving seasonal treats and refreshments - and not just mince pies, I promise!

Target Audience: All SEES staff


Setup Assessment Activities     show
Formative and summative assessment are both important in the learning process. Myplace has a variety of tools available that can be used to support assessment in Business Higher Education.

Target Audience: Academic & Administrative Staff


Setup the Gradebook & Reports     show
This session aims to demonstrate the best practices on setting up the gradebook and how to export reports to assess both the student's learning and the effectiveness of the educational scenario.

Target Audience: Academic & Administrative Staff


Setup the Question Bank     show
To make a formative or a summative assessment quiz activity first you need to design and develop a question bank.

Target Audience: Academic Staff


SPIRAL-Engaging 'Hard-to-Reach' Audiences/Widening Impact     show
This workshop will explore generalisable principles underpinning the successful delivery of a successful KE project and how they could be applied to a wide range of academic disciplines and audiences.

Target Audience: For academics, researchers, and knowledge exchange staff


STEP - Peer Instruction: an introductory workshop     show
The session will include some theoretical background, but will focus on the “how-to” of Peer Instruction, with practical strategies, software tools, and potential pitfalls. Participants will have an opportunity to create their own resources during the session.

Target Audience: Staff involved in delivering undergraduate teaching in the form of lectures.


STEP - Teaching with Zoom     show
A short 90 minute tutorial to introduce participants to running interactive teaching sessions with the Zoom application

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Designing courses with BOLD     show
This set of TWO half-day workshops will enable colleagues to experience the BOLD design methodology and apply it to the design/re-design of modules and programmes. The workshops will introduce the BOLD framework to participants through a set of developmental activities

Target Audience: Any staff involved in teaching and learning at Strathclyde


STEP - HEA Fellowship Information Session     show
This workshop will introduce you to the Strathclyde Recognition Pathways, discuss the requirements for recognition, assist you in selecting the most appropriate Descriptor category to work toward.

Target Audience: Academic,Teaching APS Staff


STEP - Helping Your Students Make the Most of Feedback     show
Feedback is any information, process or activity which accelerates student learning. To be effective, however, feedback must be picked up, read, and acted upon by students. In this workshop, you will learn how to develop your students’ feedback literacy.

Target Audience: Any staff who are responsible for communicating feedback to students


STEP - How to use Myplace - Reflective learning Activities     show
This session will allow staff to explore tools, methods and principles of supporting reflective learning activities online

Target Audience: Staff involved in teaching


STEP - How to... use Myplace Peer Review     show
This session will allow staff to explore the MOODLE/Myplace activity ‘Workshop: Assignment’ used for peer review.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Introductory Social Media for Academics     show
Supporting academics to build a social media brand not only enhances their research and international network but is also an important aspect for recruitment and rankings.

Target Audience: All staff interested in using social media within university settings


STEP - Myplace Groups & Groupings     show
This session will provide staff with an understanding of how Groups and Groupings work in Myplace, which can be the key to administering many classes.

Target Audience: All staff engaged in teaching


STEP - Pedagogy Reading Group     show
The pedagogy reading group meets to discuss articles / books on pedagogy. The aim of the group is to support participants' knowledge and understanding of varying pedagogies and how they may apply to teaching.

Target Audience: All staff with an interest in pedagogy


STEP - Quick 1 hour STEP session on ASSIGNMENT     show
This short lunchtime session will teach you the basics about the Myplace assignment activity, which provides a space into which students can submit work for teachers to grade and give feedback on.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


STEP - Self-marketing through increased self-awareness & confidence:2     show
Part 2; This session, ‘Experiencing the Peer Nudge’ is the second of a series of 3 sessions designed to facilitate the development of confidence in, and ability to, self-market/ self-promote in a way which is experienced as authentic and affirming.

Target Audience: Staff in Leadership in Learning and Teaching and Senior Fellows Networks


STEP - Setting Up a Basic Forum     show
This Zoom Taught course introduces participants to the pedagogical considerations of setting up a meaningful discussion forum. It will also provide a student perspective of using such and supervised practical experience in setting-up and configuring this flexible active learning tool.

Target Audience: Teaching and Admin Staff


STEP - Setting up Basic Quizzes     show
This course will introduce participants to the main pedagogical uses of quizzes and the key principles of good question design.

Target Audience: Teaching and Admin Staff


STEP (back) Onto Campus     show
The first session is face to face, second session is on Zoom and the third session is back to face to face. We will review best practice for classroom interaction and engagement with students as well as teaching methods.

Target Audience: Staff involved in learning and teaching


STEP- Selecting, Configuring and Administering Assessments in MyPlace     show
This session is aimed at staff who are involved in the planning, setting up and administrating of assessments on MyPlace. It explains the different types of assessment, provides practical exercises in set-up and administration, and offers guidance on replicating exam conditions.

Target Audience: Teaching and Administrative Staff


STEP- Studio in Your Pocket- Creating quality video for your teaching     show
This session aims to provide you with the knowledge and skills to improve your confidence in using video as part of your teaching.

Target Audience: Teaching Staff


Student Module Evaluation Information Session     show
This session introduces staff to the Explorance Blue Student Module Evaluation system that is currently being implemented across the University.

Target Audience: Staff


Student Module Evaluation Surgery Sessions     show
Drop-In Surgery Sessions for staff to ask questions about the Student Module Evaluation process or to seek help with specific issues.

Target Audience: Staff


Student Transitions     show
Four UG student Interns worked on a project over the summer looking at Student Transitions into Higher Education. They would like to share their findings with you and we are keen to have a broader discussion about how the university takes those messages and recommendations forward.

Target Audience: Those most directly involved in supporting student transitions into University learning.


Student Transitions February 2016     show
This event is to share information about the current work being done by staff and students to support student transitions at Strathclyde. We will have guest speakers from Robert Gordon University, after which participants in five projects at Strathclyde will present their findings.

Target Audience: Staff


Student Transitions Network Event     show
This event is to share information about work being done by staff and students at Strathclyde around 'student transitions', the current QAA Enhancement Theme. Findings will be presented from a range of projects from across the University.

Target Audience: Staff


Student Transitions: Projects 2014-15     show
Following a call for proposals across the institution in February, five projects were identified and offered funding to progress the Student Transitions theme within Strathclyde. Representatives of the five projects will be invited to outline their projects. In addition, Associate Dep

Target Audience: Those most directly involved in supporting student transitions into University learning.


Supervising Postgraduate Research     show
This module enables you to engage with the professional and theoretical underpinnings and political drivers of national developments in research and research supervision in Higher Education in the UK.

Target Audience: Academic , Research KE and Teaching Staff


TALON Part 2     show
Part 2 includes three weeks during which some engagement is expected (approximately 8 hours in total). Other time will be spent on developing and evaluating their online classes or activities. Tutors can be contacted at any time (within reason!) until assessment submission, however

Target Audience: The aim of the module is to allow participants to experience being an online student while at the same time exploring the implications and opportunities of teaching and learning online.


Teaching and Learning Online (TALON)     show
The aim of the course is to allow participants to develop an understanding of online pedagogies and the practical methodologies which support class development. At the same time, participants will get to experience the class as an online student.

Target Audience: Teaching & Professional Services staff with a relevant role and interest


Teaching in Strathclyde Learning Spaces     show
A drop-in session with colleagues from Education Enhancement who will offer support with teaching using the new on-campus Audio Visual facilities. This takes place in the Learning and Teaching Building.

Target Audience: Teaching staff with a relevant role and interest.


Teaching Learning and Assessment within the Disciplines Online     show
This class has been developed for Online delivery and will be offered Online for the foreseeable future

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


TESTA workshop     show
Theory, evidence, strategies: learning from TESTA data about programme-wide assessment and feedback. Dr Tansy Jessop (Winchester University)

Target Audience: Staff


The "I" in CIS     show
This is the first in a series of conversational events about research and KE expertise within the Faculty of Science, promoting collaboration with colleagues from across the University. This event is presented by iSchool – the School of Information Science (literally the "I in CIS").

Target Audience: Academic, KE and business development colleagues


Tips to boost your wellbeing : Skills Boost     show
Our skills boost session will provide you with tips to boost your emotional wellbeing and mental health. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This will be an in-person class on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Tips to boost your wellbeing: Skills Boost ONLINE     show
Our 30 min skills boost session will provide you with tips to boost your emotional wellbeing and mental health. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions. Please note: This sessions will be delivered online via Zoom.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Understanding Research Metrics.     show
Topics that will be covered Journal-Level, Article-Level, and Author-Level metrics.

Target Audience: PhD Students, Staff, Researchers.


Using references in your writing     show
This course provides an introduction to using references in your writing, how to present ideas to others, and how to offer evidence to support your own thinking.

Target Audience: All students


Using Web of Science for research     show
How to use Web of Science to find out about developments in your research field.

Target Audience: Staff and PostGraduates


Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) Workshop     show
This workshop will provide an opportunity for colleagues to hear more about the recent developments with the Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) initiative at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Target Audience: All staff and students


VIP Networking Event     show
A networking and information event for the Vertically Integrated Projects. This event aims to foster greater connectivity and interaction between the current projects as well as raise awareness of the types of projects running.

Target Audience: Staff and Students


vLex Justis training     show
vLex Justis is a legal research platform. This training will cover searching and accessing materials using vLex Justis.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


vLex Justis training ONLINE     show
vLex Justis is a legal research platform. This training will cover searching and accessing materials using vLex Justis.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Westlaw Advanced     show
Westlaw is a legal database service. Westlaw provides full-text access to legal information. Please note: This session will be delivered in-person on campus.

Target Audience: Undergraduate, Postgraduate Students, Academic and Support Staff.


Working with students who are blind or visually impaired     show


Target Audience: Academic Staff, Front Line Professional Services Staff


Working with students who are d/Deaf or hearing impaired     show


Target Audience: Academic Staff, Front Line Professional Services Staff


Working with students with Asperger’s Syndrome     show
To raise awareness of the needs of students with Asperger’s Syndrome and the barriers they face in Higher Education. To consider practical strategies to meet the specific needs and make the learning and wider university environment accessible to students with Asperger’s syndrome.

Target Audience: Academic Staff, Front Line Professional Services Staff


Zoom Tour and Booking     show
This session is a quick Zoom demonstration and practice on Zoom meetings and webinars, starting from the basics on how and from where you can access Zoom and its settings.

Target Audience: Academic & Administrative Staff