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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.


Research Integrity - Supervisor Workshop     show
Research integrity: what does it mean, why does it matter, and how might it be challenged?

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


Working Successfully from Home     show
While some enjoy working from home and can get a lot accomplished, others find it a challenge. This session will focus on how to deal with distractions, balance working from home with children, focus on the Big 3, work from home and possibly even get more done than normal.

Target Audience: All staff at all levels


Academic Development Information Session     show
An opportunity for academic professional staff (traditional academic, teaching, research and knowledge exchange staff) to come along to meet with a member of the Academic Development team in order to benefit from support in understanding the development opportunities available.

Target Audience: Staff seeking to engage with academic development programmes


Academic Writing - Online     show
This class has been developed for Online delivery and will be offered Online for the forseeable future

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Active Bystander Training     show
Active Bystander is an 60 minute long, fast paced session which equips delegates with the skills to deal with bullying, sexual harassment and intimidation in the workplace.

Target Audience: All staff at all levels/disciplines


Active Bystander Training - for HaSS only     show
Active Bystander is an 60 minute long, fast paced session which equips delegates with the skills to deal with bullying, sexual harassment and intimidation in the workplace.

Target Audience: All staff at all levels/disciplines


ADR - Setting SMART Objectives     show
This 20 minute video will be of interest to all Staff who are involved in the ADR process as either a reviewer or reviewee. The video will look at the ADR process and how to set objectives for the ADR process.

Target Audience: All Staff


An Introduction to Leadership     show
This workshop will give you an introduction to Leadership at Strathclyde. It will introduce leadership, how we understand it at Strathclyde and the skills of Leadership.

Target Audience: Current and Aspiring Leaders


An Introduction to Project Management     show
This short introductory course is ideal if you are new/fairly new to projects. The aim of this course is to help you understand the principles & terminology of project management as well as giving you essential tools & techniques to help you scope, plan & deliver successful projects.

Target Audience: Staff who are needing an introduction to Project Management


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


CDIO Webinar - May 2022     show
Meeting with Beth Lawton, Chief Digital & Information Officer

Target Audience: ISD & CID Staff


Coaching Conversations for Staff     show
Coaching Conversations for Operational Staff workshop

Target Audience: All 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


Compendex, Inspec & GEOBASE - Your projects, dissertations & research.     show
Learn how these databases can help you in your research. A live demo session with Q&A.

Target Audience: Open to staff and students. The session will most benefit Science & Engineering students from UG 3rd year (doing project work) onwards


Conferencing & Event Organisation At Strathclyde     show
A half day session on the practicalities of organising a conference or event within the University. The session is designed for anyone undertaking the organisation and running of an event within the University of Strathclyde.

Target Audience: Staff members who organise conferences & events


Confident Engagements     show
The course will focus on tools and techniques for developing confidence in general and the confidence to behave in an assertive manner in your dealings with others in the workplace. It is aimed at support staff in non-supervisory or non-managerial roles.

Target Audience: Support staff in non-supervisory or non-managerial roles


Conflict prevention and resolution in the supervisory relationship     show
This workshop will address the relational aspects of the supervisory process through the lens of mediation. This workshop can be used as a ‘Day-to-Day Supervision Skills’ option towards the Strathclyde Supervisor Development Programme.

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


Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Opportunities     show
The workshop will explain the benefits that IMechE membership brings, including access to great CPD resources.

Target Audience: Engineering Technicians


Copyright for Referencing     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


Course (Re) Design - Online     show
This class has been developed for Online delivery and will be offered Online for the forseeable future.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


Crowdhelix- Develop International Collaborative Research     show
Join this session to hear about how you can benefit from the University’s membership of CrowdHelix.

Target Audience: All research active staff


Customer Service Skills     show
Participants in this workshop will gain invaluable skills and techniques that are the fundamentals of service professionalism and you will be encourage to take pride in what you do.

Target Audience: All Staff


Delegation Skills     show
This course is an introduction to delegation. Delegation is a skill which can be learned and aids team productivity and morale. It is a development process and helps people and teams to develop to their full potential.

Target Audience: Staff Supervisors


Developing Your Doctoral Student's Career     show
Career development is an increasingly important aspect of the PhD journey. This workshop aims to support supervisors of doctoral students in promoting their student’s career development.

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


Digital Lectures     show
This session aims to present the basics to deliver a Zoom lecture that is engaging, productive and successful.

Target Audience: Academic Staff


Effective Agile Working Series - Well Being Conversations     show
With many teams continuing to work remotely, the well-being of individuals is of greater importance than ever. How’s the best way to have that conversation?

Target Audience: Managers and Leaders


Effective Agile Working Series – An Introduction to Agile Working     show
An introduction to agile working, how it compares to other working arrangements and how to make the most of an agile working arrangement.

Target Audience: University of Strathclyde Staff


Effective Agile Working Series – Managing Online Meetings Effectively     show
Hosting effective online meetings using Zoom and Trello.

Target Audience: Staff with direct reports. Staff who regularly facilitate meetings


Effective Agile Working Series – Working Remotely - Managing Yourself     show
Working from home – managing your self and your time effectively.

Target Audience: Anyone working from home who would like some hints and tips for managing themselves in the changing work environment.


EndNote Demystified     show
Find out about the EndNote reference management tool.

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


EndNote Desktop     show
EndNote is a type of reference management software that enables users to manage references and import them directly into Word documents.

Target Audience: Postgraduate students and staff


Endnote Desktop Follow-up Drop-ins (online)     show
A drop-in library support session to answer your questions and assist you with Endnote desktop. This will take place online via Zoom. Please ensure that you have attended one of our Endnote desktop classes before attending this follow-up session.

Target Audience: PhD, postgraduate, and final year undergraduate students


EndNote Desktop: Part 2     show
This is a follow-up session to the EndNote Desktop class, designed to answer any questions you may have.

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


Endnote One to One Consultation Sessions (online)     show
These follow-up Endnote one to one consultation sessions provide an opportunity to meet with one of the Research and Learning Support team to answer your Endnote questions. Please ensure that you have attended one of our Endnote classes before attending this follow-up session.

Target Audience: PhD, postgraduate, and final year undergraduate students


EndNote Online - Part 2     show
This is a follow-up session to EndNote Online, designed to answer any questions you may have.

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


EndNote Online & Desktop: Part 2     show
This is a follow-up session to the EndNote Online and EndNote Desktop classes, designed to answer any questions you may have.

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


EndNote Online (Web)     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.

Target Audience: All students and staff


Endnote Online Follow-up Drop-ins (online)     show
A drop-in library support session to answer your questions and assist you with Endnote online. This will take place online via Zoom. Please ensure that you have attended one of our Endnote online classes before attending this follow-up session.

Target Audience: PhD, postgraduate, and final year undergraduate students


EndNote part 2 – importing references     show
Suitable for those who have familiarity with EndNote online or EndNote Desktop, this online session will focus on how to get references into your EndNote account.

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


Engaging Doctoral Students with Writing     show
This workshop will support doctoral supervisors to establish productive writing habits for their students. This workshop can be used as a ‘Academic Writing & the Viva Voce Exam’ option towards the Strathclyde Supervisor Development Programme.

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


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 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 minutes for questions.

Target Audience: Undergraduates and taught Postgraduates


Everything you need to know about copyright but were afraid to ask     show
Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions.

Target Audience: All students and 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.

Target Audience: All students and 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.


Facilitation Skills for Professional Development     show
This 2 day workshop is aimed at staff who are working with groups of people to support their development.

Target Audience: All 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 and 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.

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


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.


Focus! Plan! Attack!     show
Focus! Plan! Attack! workload management. A practical 1 day course full of tips and tricks to help you feel on top of your work rather than being buried by it. Regain your personal life even in a climate of doing more with less using an advanced common sense!

Target Audience: All Staff


Google and 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.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


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.


HEA Fellowship Network - session 1     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.


HEA Fellowship Network - session 2     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.


HEA Fellowship Network - session 3     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.


HEA Fellowship Network - session 4     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.


Horizon Europe – Essentials/Submitting Competitive Funding Application     show
Submission of successful applications to EU Horizon Europe programme (2021-2027). Essential criteria to be addressed.

Target Audience: Research-Active Staff


Horizon Europe - ODA-type Funding Opportunities     show
Funding for ODA-type research in Horizon Europe. EU research funding relating to the economic development and social welfare of Lower and Middle Income Countries.

Target Audience: Research-Active Staff of the University


HORIZON EUROPE (2021-2027) – An introduction to the programme     show
Horizon Europe Introduction - Online Course

Target Audience: All research active staff


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.


How to Write for the Media     show
This session will provide tools and expertise for tailoring your research and expert knowledge for a broader, non-academic audience.

Target Audience: Academics, Researchers, Early Career Researchers


ILM 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring - Information Session     show
This information session will give potential participants wishing to embark on the ILM 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring the opportunity to discover more about the programme.

Target Audience: Colleagues wishing to gain a coaching qualification and have responsibility for developing others.


ILM Level 3 - Tutorial Session     show
A tutorial session for the ILM Level 3 Course.

Target Audience: Participants on the ILM Level 3 Course


ILM Level 5 - Tutorial Session     show
A tutorial session for the ILM Level 5 Course.

Target Audience: Participants on the ILM Level 5 Course


Improve Productivity … Reduce Stress     show
Join this interactive course as productivity expert David Longstaff, teaches how to manage a complex workload in a world of change. These live hands-on events include how to set up tools such as MS Outlook, OneNote and To Do. Note: previously under the title of Focus! Plan! Attack!

Target Audience: All staff at all levels


Inspec Analytics     show
An interactive session looking at a research intelligence tool for physics, engineering and technology.

Target Audience: Open to all staff and students. The session will most benefit research staff, research students, library staff and strategic managers.


Inspec and Inspec Analytics: Demonstration and training     show
This session will look at Inspec and Inspec Analytics.

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


Intellectual Property For Research     show
Do you understand how IP effects your research or where to go for support? Intellectual Property is important when considering opportunities to create impact. Whether your goal is for cultural, social or economic impact, IP can support your outcomes.

Target Audience: All Staff, Early Career Researchers, Post-graduate Researchers, and anyone else interested in learning more about Intellectual Property


International Collaboration Opportunities with US Dept of Defense     show
This information session will provide an overview of international collaboration opportunities within the US Department of Defense, including funding opportunities across the US Army, Navy and Airforce.

Target Audience: Research-active staff of the university and research support staff at all levels


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 Library     show
Lexis®Library is a legal database service. Lexis®Library provides full-text access to legal and tax and accountancy information.

Target Audience: Undergraduate, 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 Westlaw     show
Westlaw is a legal database service. Westlaw provides full-text access to legal information. This includes many UK reported and unreported cases, legislation, and a number of UK legal journals. Material from non-UK jurisdictions is also available.

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


Leadership Development Prog (1st line leadership) - Info Session     show
This is an hour session which will introduce participants to the course content and structure, how to engage in the optional elements of the programme, pre-programme objective setting and the options for ILM accreditation.

Target Audience: First Line Managers responsible for Supervising Staff


Leadership Development Programme (1st line leadership)     show
The purpose of the programme is to equip first level line managers with the necessary skill for supervising staff. It has been designed to support the standards as described in both the Strathclyde Job Level Descriptors & Strathclyde Leadership Competencies & Behaviours Frameworks

Target Audience: First Line Managers responsible for Supervising Staff


Leadership for Strategic Outcomes - Intro Session     show
This hour long session will introduce participants to the course content and structure, how to engage in the optional elements of the programme, pre-programme objective setting and the options for ILM accreditation.

Target Audience: Team Leaders


Leverhulme Trust Funding Schemes Information Webinar     show
The information webinar is designed to provide information and insight to academic researchers who are considering in applying for Leverhulme Trust funding. Presentations will cover the Trust’s funding ethos and schemes, as well as the support available through the university.

Target Audience: For academic researchers who are interested in applying for schemes funded by the Leverhulme Trust.


Lexis Library: Advanced     show
Lexis®Library is a legal database service. Lexis®Library provides full-text access to legal and tax and accountancy information.

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


Library drop in support sessions for first year EdD students     show
The Faculty Librarian for the School of Education offers this drop in session for first year students on the EdD programme (full and part time routes). This is an opportunity to ask questions about searching education and related databases, combining search terms and using EndNote.

Target Audience: First year EdD students (full time and part time)


Library Lounge: Dissertation advice drop in sessions     show
Not sure where to start with your dissertation? Join our informal advice session hosted by staff from Study Skills and the Library.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate students undertaking dissertations, but any students or staff are welcome to attend.


Library Lounge: Finding and Accessing Open Access Resources     show
Interested in learning more about finding and using Open Access resources? Join our informal session hosted by staff from the Scholarly Publications and Research Data team.

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


Library Lounge: Getting started with your dissertation     show
Not sure where to start with your dissertation? Join our informal advice session hosted by staff from Learner Development Services and the Library.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and Postgraduate students undertaking dissertations, but any students or staff are welcome to attend.


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.


Marie Sklodowska-Curie Doctoral Training Networks:Info Session     show
Online information session This information session will provide an overview of the collaborative PhD training opportunities available under the SCA Doctoral Training Networks scheme funded through Horizon Europe.

Target Audience: Academic, research and research 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


Menopause at Work Overview - Awareness session for all colleagues.     show
Menopause Awareness session for all colleagues. Participants will develop a basic knowledge of the key facts around menopause.

Target Audience: Open to all Staff


Mentoring @ Strathclyde: Information Session     show
This information session will introduce you to the current Mentoring @ Strathclyde Schemes to support staff with their career development.

Target Audience: Academic Staff, Research Staff; Support Staff and Teaching Staff interested in mentoring


New Staff Induction Seminar     show
A seminar for newly appointed staff. The seminar will introduce you to working for the University of Strathclyde

Target Audience: Newly Appointed Staff to the University


Online Library Support for staff and students     show
Information session focusing on Library developments and services for 2022/23.

Target Audience: Academic and Support Staff.


Presentation: Henry Stewart Talks Business & Management Collection     show
Showing how HSTalks Business & Management Collection can be used to support and extend teaching and learning.

Target Audience: Strathclyde Business School Academic staff


Principal's Engagement Session - Directorates Under CCO     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from Directorates Under CCO


Principal's Engagement Session - Directorates Under CDIO     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from Directorates Under CDIO


Principal's Engagement Session - Directorates Under the CFO     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from Directorates Under the CFO (including Estates)


Principal's Engagement Session - Directorates Under US and UCO     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from Directorates Under US and UCO


Principal's Engagement Session - Faculty of Engineering     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from Faculty of Engineering


Principal's Engagement Session - Faculty of HaSS     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from the Faculty of HaSS


Principal's Engagement Session - Faculty of Science     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from Faculty of Science


Principal's Engagement Session - Strathclyde Business School     show
Staff engagement sessions hosted by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald via Zoom webinar.

Target Audience: Staff from Strathclyde Business School


Professional Services Development Programme     show
The purpose of the programme is to equip admin staff to develop in their role. The programme is supported by the Association of University Administrators CPD Framework

Target Audience: APS Staff Grade 4 and above


Professional Services Development Programme- Info Session     show
This is an hour session which will introduce participants to the course programme, content and structure

Target Audience: APS Staff Grade 4 and above


Reaxys refresher training     show
Refresher workshop showing the key features and basic ways of searching for chemistry information in Reaxys: Quick Search, Structure Editor, Query Builder, Retrosynthesis, History and Alerts.

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


REF 2021 results: Q&A session with the REF Team     show
To ensure that everyone is able to access and understand the results, the University REF Team is holding two online, informal drop-in sessions for staff to ask any questions they may have about the results.

Target Audience: All staff


Referencing skills: how and why you should reference - Skills Boost     show
How and why you should reference - Skills Boost. Please note: The main class will be 30 minutes with an additional 15 minutes for questions.

Target Audience: All students and staff


Referencing with Harvard     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.

Target Audience: Undergraduates and Postgraduates


Referencing with Oscola     show
In this session 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).

Target Audience: Undergraduates and Postgraduates


Research Bidding and Design - Getting Started - ONLINE     show
This class aims to enable research staff and early career academics starting out in research bidding and design to develop their knowledge, skills and abilities in development and submission of small, early career research proposals.

Target Audience: For research staff and early career academics starting out in research bidding and design. Individuals from other staff categories may also find this class useful if they are intending to apply for research funding.


Research Funding Peer Network     show
This peer network is designed to connect and support those involved or interested to become involved in research funding.

Target Audience: All staff members who are involved or would like to become involved in gaining and managing research funding


Research Professional Administrator Training Workshop     show
This workshop aims to provide insightful learning on how to use Research Professional to find/promote targeted funding opportunities, manage research workgroups and facilitate bid development.

Target Audience: For research & KE professionals; faculty/department/research centre/cluster administrators and bid officers


SAGE Research Methods.     show
This workshop will include a demonstration of the database, hands-on activities and a Q & A with a product expert.

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


Scopus Live Training for Postgraduate Students and Researchers     show
How to address some of researchers’ most pressing questions with Scopus.

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


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


Sickness Absence Management Session     show
This course is aimed at staff with line management responsibility who have to implement the University's Sickness Absence Management Policy. The aim of the briefing session is to discuss how to implement the University's Sickness Absence Policy.

Target Audience: Staff with line management responsibility


SPIRAL - Developing & Engaging in Equitable & Ethical P'ship Research     show
This interactive training aims to support researchers to examine the principles of equitable and ethical partnerships for research, and will examine these through interactive case studies and discursive activities.

Target Audience: PGR and academic staff


SPIRAL - An Overview of EU Research Funding Opportunities     show
The course will cover the final calls of Horizon 2020, including MSCA Individual Fellowships; the European Green Deal call (actions linked to climate objectives); and Horizon Europe – the next European Framework Programme of Research 2021-2027 with a proposed budget of EUR 94.4bn.

Target Audience: Academic, research and research support staff at all levels, including potential Supervisors of MSCA Individual Fellows


SPIRAL - Apply for your first role: in academic posts & fellowships     show
This is an interactive webinar to explore aspects of both the big picture and the detail of academic job and fellowship applications.

Target Audience: Research staff planning an academic research career


SPIRAL - Applying for your first role: in academic posts & fellowships     show
Aimed at Research Staff planning an academic career either through the independent researcher route (fellowships) or applying for their first lectureship (teaching and research).

Target Audience: Research staff planning an academic research career


SPIRAL - Attract Research Funding: Writing & Applying For Fellowships     show
Learn more about writing and applying for postdoctoral fellowships in this workshop - from planning and preparation to the process of application itself.

Target Audience: Research staff / postdocs


SPIRAL - Broadcast Media Training for Academics     show
This sessions offers the knowledge and skills to communicate research through the media. It covers broadcast interview training and discussion on how to understand what the media are looking for.

Target Audience: Staff, PGRs


SPIRAL - Career Management for Researchers @ Strathclyde     show
Career Management for Researchers @ Strathclyde is a blended course, combining online modules and Zoom discussion sessions, to help you explore career options and prepare you for the next stage of your career. A 4-week course - designed to address key career issues for researchers.

Target Audience: Research Staff


SPIRAL - Communicate with Confidence: Straight Talking - Online     show
As you grow in seniority, your interactions with colleagues and clients can become more complex. This opens up exciting opportunities but also poses potential challenges. This half-day course is a practical and engaging exploration of these areas of communication.

Target Audience: Academic, Teaching, Research and KE staff


SPIRAL - Considering your Career Options     show
This webinar will provide participants with an overview of the possible career pathways, both academic and non-academic, available to research staff as well as how to progress along these tracks.

Target Audience: For Research Assistants, Research Associates and Research Fellows


SPIRAL - Designing & Implementing Inter and Transdisciplinary Research     show
This interactive training aims to support researchers to examine the principles of inter and transdisciplinary research, and subsequently examine how their research could improve or benefit embracing these approaches.

Target Audience: PGR and academic staff


SPIRAL - Digital Strategy: Profiles, Social Media and Connecting     show
This Zoom-taught workshop will focus on online communication strategies and tools for researchers.

Target Audience: Research, academic, knowledge exchange and teaching staff wishing to increase their digital visibility


SPIRAL - E4A - Acting Like An Entrepreneur (Part 1)     show
Interested in becoming an entrepreneur?  Thinking about developing a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session will look at how to think like an entrepreneur and  cover the key skills such as developing your business idea,  risk-taking and decision-making.  

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing the mindset and skills to become an entrepreneur.


SPIRAL - E4A - Acting Like An Entrepreneur (part 2)     show
Interested in becoming an entrepreneur?  Thinking about developing a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session will discuss different business ideas and pitches and consider support and advice available.  

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing the mindset and skills to become an entrepreneur.


SPIRAL - E4A - Getting Started with Entrepreneurship     show
Interested in becoming an entrepreneur?  Thinking about developing a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session explores how to find inspiration and get started with a business and get it off the ground in the simplest way.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in getting started with a business.


SPIRAL - E4A - Key Entrepreneurial Skills: Advanced 1     show
Interested in developing your business? This session follows on from Beginner Level of Key Entrepreneurial Skills & looks in more depth at know-how over Digital Marketing and conventional business funding sources & alternative financing routes such as crowdfunding & crowd investing.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing their business.


SPIRAL - E4A - Key Entrepreneurial Skills: Advanced 1, 2 & 3.     show
Interested in becoming an entrepreneur?  Thinking about developing a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session will look in more depth.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing the mindset and skills to become an entrepreneur.


SPIRAL - E4A - Key Entrepreneurial Skills: Advanced 2     show
This course is aimed at aspiring or emerging entrepreneurs who are interested in developing an entrepreneurial enterprise of any size. This session will look at innovation, brand protection and intellectual property and consider developing an idea into reality and financial success.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing their business.


SPIRAL - E4A - Key Entrepreneurial Skills: Advanced 3     show
This course is aimed at aspiring or emerging entrepreneurs who are interested in developing an entrepreneurial enterprise of any size. This session will look at going for growth, acquiring other business, merging, or selling your business and what to expect.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing their business.


SPIRAL - E4A - Key Entrepreneurial Skills: Beginner 1     show
Interested in becoming an entrepreneur?  Thinking about developing a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session will look at how to think like an entrepreneur and  cover the key skills such as developing your business idea,  risk-taking and decision-making.  

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing the mindset and skills to become an entrepreneur.


SPIRAL - E4A - Key Entrepreneurial Skills: Beginner 2     show
Interested in becoming an entrepreneur?  Thinking about developing a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session will look at how to think like an entrepreneur and  cover the key skills.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing the mindset and skills to become an entrepreneur.


SPIRAL - E4A - Key Entrepreneurial Skills: Beginner 3     show
Interested in becoming an entrepreneur?  Thinking about developing a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session will look at how to think like an entrepreneur and  cover the key business management skills.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing the mindset and skills to become an entrepreneur.


SPIRAL - E4A - Women Entrepreneurs: Level 1     show
Interested in developing your entrepreneurial side?  Thinking about founding a micro business or looking for an opportunity?  This session will look at support available for women entrepreneurs, empowerment, and the gender context of start-ups in the UK.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing the mindset and skills to become an entrepreneur.


SPIRAL - E4A - Women Entrepreneurs: Level 2     show
Interested in developing your business? This session will follow on from Women Entrepreneurs: Level 1 & look in more depth at conventional business funding sources (e.g. Scottish Enterprise Growth Investments) and alternative financing routes such as crowdfunding and crowdinvesting.

Target Audience: Anyone across the university who is interested in developing their business.


SPIRAL - Effective Communication in Research     show
This lively and enlightening course, run by VOX Coaching, will explore practical communication skills to help you strengthen your confidence, become someone to whom others want to listen and achieve greater impact.

Target Audience: Research, KE, Teaching and Academic Staff


SPIRAL - Engaging with Industrial Partners     show
This practical ½ day workshop is to support academics become more effective at engaging with industry partners. It has a specific focus on Research and KE activities within a consultancy role to the industrial partner.

Target Audience: For those who are engaging with industry partners


SPIRAL - EPSRC New Investigator Award (NIA) Workshop     show
This workshop is designed to provide potential applicants an overview of the EPSRC New Investigator Aware (NIA) plus insightful top tips from previous award winners and panel members.

Target Audience: For academics/ECRs who are are interested in applying for the New Investigator Award or colleagues who would like to know more about this scheme.


SPIRAL - EPSRC Open Fellowships Information Webinar     show
This information Webinar aims to support colleagues who are considering applying for an EPSRC Open Fellowship. Presentations will cover the application and assessment process, as well as the support available through the university.

Target Audience: For academics/researchers who are interested in applying for an EPSRC Open Fellowship


SPIRAL - Figures, Images & Visualising Information     show
This workshop is designed to introduce participants to various types of visual formats including standard graphs, information visualisations and graphics for publication.

Target Audience: Research staff / postdocs


SPIRAL - Growing Up in Higher Education     show
‘Growing Up in Higher Education’ is an event series focusing on the unofficial stories behind successful academic careers. Each session invites a different speaker to discuss and reflect on their career journey – examining doubts, struggles and detours as well as successes.

Target Audience: Research and early career academic staff


SPIRAL - Impact and Influence     show
This lively and enjoyable session, run by VOX Coaching, will explore practical communication skills that will help you increase your confidence, become someone to whom others want to listen and achieve greater impact and influence.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


SPIRAL - IP Essentials Copyright, Teaching and Commercialisation     show
Novel intellectual property (IP) is created regularly by researchers in universities and it is becoming increasingly important for both staff and students to equip themselves with elementary knowledge of the subject.

Target Audience: This course is designed specifically for researchers working in universities and institutes.


SPIRAL - Leading and Managing Research Staff     show
This workshop explores how you take a structured approach to leading and managing research staff to get the best from your team.

Target Audience: Academic / Fellows / Senior Postdocs


SPIRAL – Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network     show
This peer network is designed to support those managing and supervising researchers.

Target Audience: Academic staff and all others involved in managing and supervising researchers


SPIRAL – Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network: April 2022     show
This is a Zoom session within the Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network, designed to support those managing and supervising researchers. It will focus on challenges and good practices around research integrity and authorship in the context of supervision or line management.

Target Audience: Academic staff and all others involved in managing and supervising researchers


SPIRAL – Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network: January 2022     show
This is a Zoom session within the Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network, designed to support those managing and supervising researchers. It will focus on challenges and good practices around giving constructive (and sometimes negative) feedback as a manager or supervisor.

Target Audience: Academic staff and all others involved in managing and supervising researchers


SPIRAL – Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network: June 2022     show
This is a Zoom session within the Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network, designed to support those managing and supervising researchers. It will focus on challenges and good practices around providing pastoral care as a supervisor or line manager.

Target Audience: Academic staff and all others involved in managing and supervising researchers


SPIRAL – Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network: March 2022     show
This is a Zoom session within the Managing & Supervising Researchers Peer Network, designed to support those managing and supervising researchers. It will focus on challenges and good practices around time and project management for supervisors or line managers.

Target Audience: Academic staff and all others involved in managing and supervising researchers


SPIRAL - Managing and Delivering Successful CPD Sessions     show
A highly practical full-day, fully online workshop for staff designing or delivering professional development sessions for external stakeholders (e.g. colleagues from other institutions, industry, government, etc.) with a focus on engagement and effectiveness.

Target Audience: For academics / researchers expected to deliver CPD sessions to groups of professionals


SPIRAL - Networking for Researchers: Strategy and Engaging     show
This workshop will focus on how to establish a network and build it to support your career and aims.

Target Audience: All staff


SPIRAL - Online - Grant Writing     show
This online session delivers all you need to know for planning and writing winning grant applications. Includes finding funding, promoting your concept, and working out the finance.

Target Audience: Academic/Research Staff


SPIRAL - Online Research Grant Application Writers’ Workshop     show
Self-paced online course, targeted at staff new to writing funding applications. Learn how research grants are awarded, how this affects the way to write applications; develop relevant skills; learn strategies to write a grant-application as quickly as possible

Target Audience: Academic, Research, KE and Teaching Staff


SPIRAL - Planning & Designing a Research Career     show
Interested in continuing in research? Then it is never too early to start planning your career trajectory & thinking about the direction you want to go. Research is exciting, competitive & a challenging career choice requiring strategic planning, seeking opportunities & networking.

Target Audience: Research staff / postdocs


SPIRAL - Productive Writing: Techniques, Planning & Finishing     show
This workshop will focus on writing productivity, how to start, how to keep going and how to finish.

Target Audience: Research, academic, knowledge exchange and teaching staff


SPIRAL - Project Management for Research and K.E.     show
This workshop will look at the tools and techniques used in managing research projects which will build processes and structures that support project delivery.

Target Audience: For academics / researchers managing projects


SPIRAL - Research Funding Peer Network - April 2022     show
This is a session of the Research Funding Peer Network, designed to connect and support those involved or interested to become involved in research funding.

Target Audience: All staff members who are involved or would like to become involved in gaining and managing research funding


SPIRAL - Research Funding Peer Network - January 2022     show
This is a session of the Research Funding Peer Network, designed to connect and support those involved or interested to become involved in research funding. It will focus on the lifecycle of funding applications and other topics relevant when writing proposals.

Target Audience: All staff members who are involved or would like to become involved in gaining and managing research funding


SPIRAL - Research Funding Peer Network - June 2022     show
This is a session of the Research Funding Peer Network, designed to connect and support those involved or interested to become involved in research funding.

Target Audience: All staff members who are involved or would like to become involved in gaining and managing research funding


SPIRAL - Research Integrity in Practice     show
This highly interactive workshop suits anyone looking to enhance their own and other’s practice. Plenty of exploration of fundamentals, along with discussion and application to your situation. We aim to make the subject a lively and vital part of your daily practice as a researcher.

Target Audience: Anyone looking to enhance their own, or others' practice. Research & academic staff.


SPIRAL - Research Staff Induction     show
Research staff induction is targeted at Research Staff new to Strathclyde or new to a Research Staff role at Strathclyde. It provides an introduction to the support /opportunities available to help in your current role as well as an opportunity to meet some other Researchers.

Target Audience: Research Staff new to the University or new to a Research Staff role


SPIRAL – Research Writing Workshop     show
This informal, social writing workshop is intended for all staff who are looking for protected time and space to focus on their writing.

Target Audience: For academics, researchers, and knowledge exchange staff looking for protected time and space to work on writing.


SPIRAL – Research Writing Workshop - Weekly Drop In     show
This informal, social writing Zoom workshop is intended for all staff who are looking for protected time and space to focus on their writing.

Target Audience: For academics, researchers, and knowledge exchange staff looking for protected time and space to work on writing.


SPIRAL – Researcher Careers Peer Network     show
This peer network is designed to support researchers in developing and managing their careers.

Target Audience: Research staff and all others involved in research who are interested in developing their career within or outside the R&D sector


SPIRAL - Researcher Meet-up     show
Monthly meet-up for researchers to connect with peers and learn about initiatives and services at Strathclyde.

Target Audience: Research Staff (e.g. Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Fellows)


SPIRAL - Researcher Meet-up - April 2022     show
This is a session of the monthly Researcher Meet-up, a series of informal get-togethers for researchers to connect with peers and learn about initiatives and services at Strathclyde.

Target Audience: Research Staff (e.g. Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Fellows)


SPIRAL - Researcher Meet-up - February 2022     show
This is a session of the monthly Researcher Meet-up, a series of informal get-togethers for researchers to connect with peers and learn about initiatives and services at Strathclyde. This session's topic is 'Research Data Management'.

Target Audience: Research Staff (e.g. Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Fellows)


SPIRAL - Researcher Meet-up - January 2022     show
This is a session of the monthly Researcher Meet-up, a series of informal get-togethers for researchers to connect with peers and learn about initiatives and services at Strathclyde. This session's topic is 'End of contract'.

Target Audience: Research Staff (e.g. Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Fellows)


SPIRAL - Researcher Meet-up - June 2022     show
This is a session of the monthly Researcher Meet-up, a series of informal get-togethers for researchers to connect with peers and learn about initiatives and services at Strathclyde. This session's topic is the ‘Research Excellence Framework (REF)’.

Target Audience: Research Staff (e.g. Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Fellows)


SPIRAL - Researcher Meet-up - March 2022     show
This is a session of the monthly Researcher Meet-up, a series of informal get-togethers for researchers to connect with peers and learn about initiatives and services at Strathclyde. This session's topic is ‘Research Integrity’.

Target Audience: Research Staff (e.g. Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Fellows)


SPIRAL - Researcher Meet-up - May 2022     show
This is a session of the monthly Researcher Meet-up, a series of informal get-togethers for researchers to connect with peers and learn about initiatives and services at Strathclyde. The topic of the event is 'Social Media for Research Impact'.

Target Audience: Research Staff (e.g. Research Assistants, Research Associates, Research Fellows)


SPIRAL - Seven Secrets of Successful Research Supervision Online     show
You know what your research student should be doing, but it just does not seem to be happening. Despite your best efforts to set up good habits for your student, it does not work. Why is this, and what can you do to make completing a PHD easier for your students and for you?

Target Audience: For supervisors of doctoral research students


SPIRAL - Social Media for Business & Industry Engagement     show
This sessions offers the knowledge and skills to use social media for business and industry engagement. It covers all aspects of social media usage including analytics and social media marketing and management.

Target Audience: Staff, PGRs


SPIRAL - Strathclyde Winter Writing Retreat     show
The Strathclyde Writing Retreat supports participants wishing to make significant progress on writing projects by allowing sufficient time to immerse themselves in the writing activity and to benefit from peer support.

Target Audience: For academics, researchers, and knowledge exchange staff looking for protected time and space to work on writing.


SPIRAL - Turbocharge Your Writing (for staff) Online Session     show
Would you like to know the secret to high output, low stress scholarly writing? In academia it is often assumed that writing comes naturally. However, an overwhelming body of research shows that there are clear and practical strategies that can increase your writing productivity.

Target Audience: Academic/Research Staff, all levels


SPIRAL - UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships Information Session     show
This open session will provide information about the UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships scheme and Strathclyde’s related internal processes.

Target Audience: Research Staff and Early Career Academic Staff.


SPIRAL - UNIque Women's Online Career Development Programme     show
An online course run over six weeks for women in research staff roles across the UK considering their next career step.

Target Audience: Women in research staff roles planning their next career step


SPIRAL - Working with Policymakers: a Practical Guide     show
A practical introduction to engaging with policymakers in Scotland. This is an online talk followed by a Q & A session.

Target Audience: Researchers, KE Staff, ECRs, research directors, directors of impact.


SPIRAL - Writing for The Conversation - Early Career     show
Early-stage researchers, would you like to write for The Conversation but don’t know where to start? Then this workshop is for you: a dedicated editor will explain what The Conversation is, what we want to publish, how to pitch and how to write for us.

Target Audience: Research, Knowledge and Teaching Staff, Lecturers and Chancellors Fellows


SPIRAL - Writing for The Conversation – Senior Academics     show
Senior academics, would you like to write for The Conversation? Then come to this session on what we are, what we publish, how to pitch and how to write for us. Whatever your specialism, we’d love you to attend.

Target Audience: Senior Lecturers, Readers and Professors


SPIRAL: Improving Cost Recovery on Research Projects     show
Understand the different cost elements of a research project and how the recovery of institutional costs (overheads) can be improved when a research project is costed.

Target Audience: All staff involved in costing research projects, approving costings of research projects, or managing departmental/faculty finances in relation to research.


SPIRAL-Careers Beyond Research/Applying Your Skills Outside Academia     show
There are a number of options outside of academia that are open to postdocs. Not everyone chooses to climb the academic ladder and many researchers are unaware of the variety of other options that are available.

Target Audience: Postdocs


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


SPIRAL-Research Professional Training Workshop - Engineering & Science     show
This course is for users from Faculty of Engineering and Science who are interested in using Research Professional to search for funding opportunities, create personalised funding alerts and keep up to date with the funding climate

Target Audience: For users from Faculty of Engineering and Science


SPIRAL-Research Professional Training Workshop - HaSS & SBS     show
For users from Faculty of HaSS and SBS who are interested in using Research Professional to search for funding opportunities, create personalised funding alerts and keep up to date with the funding climate.

Target Audience: This course is restricted to Research Professional users from Faculty of HaSS and Strathclyde Business School


STEP - ‘Assessment For Learning’ ONLINE     show
This session will explore ‘Assessment for Learning’, how this fits with Strathclyde Assessment and Feedback policy, and review specific examples of approaches based on this model

Target Audience: Academic Staff


STEP - Flip Your Classroom - ONLINE     show
To allow staff to explore tools, methods and principles of supporting reflective learning activities online. A 'flipped classroom' format involves students working at home on the content that is normally delivered during a traditional 'lecture'.

Target Audience: Staff who are involved in teaching within the university


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 - Adapting Assessment     show
The question of how to manage assessment in these challenging times is pressing for anyone involved in teaching. These workshops bring Faculty colleagues together to share experience, advice, & effective practice, and address the challenges around assessment.

Target Audience: Module leaders and programme directors.


STEP - Anti-Racist Higher Education - session 1     show
This course will provide practical ways to the Strathclyde staff members in tackling racism on campus.

Target Audience: Strathclyde staff including academics, teaching staff, researchers and staff on knowledge exchange contracts


STEP - Anti-Racist Higher Education - session 2     show
This course will provide practical ways to the Strathclyde staff members in tackling racism on campus.

Target Audience: Strathclyde staff including academics, teaching staff, researchers and staff on knowledge exchange contracts


STEP - Anti-Racist Higher Education - session 3     show
This course will provide practical ways to the Strathclyde staff members in tackling racism on campus.

Target Audience: Strathclyde staff including academics, teaching staff, researchers and staff on knowledge exchange contracts


STEP - Anti-Racist Higher Education - session 4     show
This course will provide practical ways to the Strathclyde staff members in tackling racism on campus.

Target Audience: Strathclyde staff including academics, teaching staff, researchers and staff on knowledge exchange contracts


STEP - Assessment for Learning for Programme Leaders     show
This course asks you to think about the 'bigger picture' into which your assessment and feedback practice fits.

Target Audience: This course will be of interest to anyone involved in designing online or face-to-face learning


STEP - Blended, Online & Hybrid Teaching and Learning Drop-In Sessions     show
These sessions are designed to allow staff to drop-in to seek advice on any aspect of learning and teaching using blended, online and hybrid learning:

Target Audience: Staff involved in delivering teaching


STEP - Boundaries for Effectiveness and Wellbeing     show
Part of the Keeping well Teaching well series. This facilitated session will explore the benefits and challenges of setting boundaries and consider ways that we can consciously adapt our behaviour and use of technology to enhance wellbeing.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching 


STEP - Developing MCQs     show
Multiple choice questions (MCQs) can be an excellent tool for assessment, whether formative or summative. In this self-directed module, explore how to avoid common mistakes in designing MCQs and techniques for using MCQs to evaluate higher order thinking skills such as judgement.

Target Audience: Staff involved in learning and teaching


STEP - Digital Wellbeing     show
Part of the Keeping well Teaching well series. This facilitated session will explore the benefits and challenges of technology on our wellbeing and consider ways that we can consciously adapt our use of technology to enhance wellbeing.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching 


STEP - Education for Sustainable Development; An Introduction     show
Education for Sustainable Development empowers people to change the way they think and work towards a sustainable future.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching


STEP - Education for Sustainable Development; Training     show
Education for Sustainable Development empowers people to change the way they think and work towards a sustainable future.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching 


STEP - ESD -Reflections on ESD Training & COP     show
Session with Engineers Without Borders

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching 


STEP - From Keeping Well to Staying Well     show
Part of the Keeping well Teaching well series, this session will allow participants to reflect on the range of tools and techniques covered in this series.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching 


STEP - Guided Meditation     show
Part of the Keeping well, Teaching well series, this session will support participants to explore the practice of guided meditation.

Target Audience: All staff involved in learning and teaching


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 - Infographics for education     show
Infographics can be highly effective educational tools for teaching, learning and student assessment. They can also support the dissemination of research, particularly to a wider audience.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching and APS staff


STEP - Leadership in Learning & Teaching Network     show
This network is designed to support current, experienced, and emerging leaders within a learning and teaching context.

Target Audience: Staff who work in a leadership role, or who are interested in developing leadership in learning and teaching within the university


STEP - Leadership in Learning & Teaching Network; Coffee & Chat     show
This is an informal session for members of the leadership in learning and teaching network (and others) to come together for an informal coffee and a catch up on zoom.

Target Audience: Leaders or aspiring leaders in learning and teaching


STEP - Leadership In Learning & Teaching; Workshop 1     show
Leadership in Learning and Teaching: Workshop 1 is aimed at participants of the Leadership in Learning and Teaching Network

Target Audience: Participants of the Leadership in Learning and Teaching Network


STEP - Leadership in Learning and Teaching: Review     show
This review session will allow participants to come together to explore experiences of implementing the learning from the two workshops led by Prof. Ruth Pilkington in Aug/Sept.

Target Audience: Participants of the Leadership in Learning and Teaching Network


STEP - Leadership in Learning and Teaching: Workshop 2     show
Leadership in Learning and Teaching: Workshop 2 is aimed at participants of the Leadership in Learning and Teaching Network

Target Audience: Participants of the Leadership in Learning and Teaching Network


STEP - Lunchtime Scholarship Session: Vevox-for student engagement     show
This session will introduce Vevox, outline its features and benefits, and present some student feedback that was gathered during a pilot study conducted during the 2021-22 academic year.

Target Audience: Staff involved in learning and teaching support and delivery


STEP - Managing Your Time Well     show
Part of the Keeping well Teaching well series, this session will allow participants to explore issues relating to managing time, particularly in a learning and teaching context (though the session will not be restricted to this).

Target Audience: Any staff involved in Learning and Teaching


STEP - Mindfulness and Creativity     show
Part of the Keeping Well Teaching Well Series, this session will allow participants to explore the use of art, creativity, mindfulness and breathing to support their wellbeing.

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


STEP - Programme Leader’s Network April 2022     show
The Network being established is intended to bring together programme leaders from across the university to support role development, problem solving, and generate resources and training support for existing and new programme leaders.

Target Audience: Academic Programme Leaders


STEP - Programme Leader’s Network February 2022     show
The Network being established is intended to bring together programme leaders from across the university to support role development, problem solving, and generate resources and training support for existing and new programme leaders.

Target Audience: Academic Programme Leaders


STEP - Programme Leader’s Network June 2022     show
The Network being established is intended to bring together programme leaders from across the university to support role development, problem solving, and generate resources and training support for existing and new programme leaders.

Target Audience: Academic Programme Leaders


STEP - Pure – Not Just for Researchers     show
Support for Learning and Teaching Academic Professional Staff who wish to establish or develop their Pure profile.

Target Audience: Learning and Teaching Academic Professional Staff who wish to establish or develop their Pure profile


STEP - Responding to module evaluation data: Drop-in session     show
This drop-in session is to support staff in making sense of and responding to module evaluation data.

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


STEP - Self-marketing through increased self-awareness and confidence     show
This session, ‘A place to start’ is the first 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 - Success on Screen     show
This course equips participants with the technical know-how they need to make brief and effective videos; camera use, lighting & sound, composition and preparing & rehearsing content. It also enables them to develop a flexible, professional communication style & confidence.

Target Audience: Academics looking to get information and ideas across to a range of audiences through recorded video.


STEP - Teaching Support Drop In Sessions     show
These sessions will provide you with an opportunity to share ideas, discuss challenges and seek advice on any aspect of the design and delivery of teaching, learning and assessment.

Target Audience: All staff involved in learning and teaching


STEP - Top Tech Tips to Improve Your Teaching & Support Your Wellbeing     show
Part of the Keeping well Teaching well series, in this session participants will examine a few real-life case studies where technology has been used to improve educational outcomes for students and promote well-being for teachers.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching 


STEP - Try Something New: Qigong     show
Qigong is an authentic, popular system of exercise from China. It utilises stretching movements combined with breathing techniques and focus of the mind to strengthen and circulate life energy (qi) within the body. Qigong practice can lead to better health and vitality.

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


STEP - Writing good multiple-choice questions - Online Session     show
Zoom-taught exploration of evidence-based practice for writing good (or bad!) MCQ, and approaches to testing higher-order thinking skills.

Target Audience: All staff who teach using multiple choice questions


STEP - Wu Wei Teaching - Keeping Well Through Stepping Back     show
Part of the Keeping well Teaching well series. This session will explore the Wu Wei approach to teaching and reflect on a few, practical strategies for ‘letting go’ in online teaching.

Target Audience: Any staff involved in learning and teaching 


STEP -Studio in your Pocket -How to Use Video & Audio in 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


STEP: Blended/Online module design for course teams 2021 Cohort 2     show
This course is designed to support programme leaders and module design teams with the development of blended/online learning for this time of crisis and beyond.

Target Audience: Staff involved in the design and delivery of teaching, learning and assessment


Support for Staff with Families with Home Schooling - Primary     show
An opportunity to meet and discuss home schooling with other parents and carers.

Target Audience: For University Staff with children in Primary school.


Supporting trans and non-binary students and staff     show
This session will explore working with trans, non-binary and gender diverse students and staff, and consider the practical ways in which we can cultivate inclusive learning and working environments

Target Audience: Those involved in teaching, learning and assessment; those in professional services and support roles.


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


Technical Staff Development Programme Information Session     show
This introductory session is open to all Technical staff, and is designed to inform staff about the Technical Staff Development Programme.

Target Audience: Technical Staff Grade 3 - 8


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 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.

Target Audience: All students and staff.


Understanding and Exploring Knowledge Exchange Online     show
This class has been developed for Online delivery and will be offered Online for the forseeable future.

Target Audience: Academic & Research Staff


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

Target Audience: PhD Students, Staff, Researchers.


Westlaw: Advanced     show
Westlaw is a legal database service. Westlaw provides full-text access to legal information

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


What's new in Microsoft Teams? (Sept / Oct 2021)     show
The is a one hour live event, showcasing new features introduced in Microsoft Teams in spring / summer 2021.

Target Audience: everyone at the University