Supervisor Masterclass: Advanced Supervision Masterclass with Hugh Kearns

Description: Presenter: Dr Hugh Kearns Zoom password: Super This advanced supervision session with Dr Hugh Kearns is aimed at experienced supervisors. It will look at how to help both the supervisor and the student get the most out of the post-graduate research experience. It draws on Kearns' experience of working with thousands of research students and research supervisors across the world and there is also the opportunity for supervisors to share their experiences of what works and what doesn't. This session will cover issues such as: - Dealing with different types of students - Getting students to write - Getting students to show you their writing - Giving constructive feedback - Students who write too much - Students for whom English is not their first language - Motivating stalled students - Problem situations Presenter: Dr Hugh Kearns from Thinkwell is recognised internationally as a public speaker, educator and researcher. He regularly lectures at universities across the world and has recently returned from lecture tours of the UK and the US which included lectures at Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Berkeley and Stanford.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.26-KearnsSupervision
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82999319706?pwd=RERqTzQvOUtYcmRPOWxFWWtQNmlEZz09
Start Date: 26/10/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 26/10/2021
End time: 16:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: UC Academic and Research Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDg1Mn19

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Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Supervisor Masterclass: Planning and Having Difficult Conversations

Important Information: This session is only for HDR Supervisors. Faculty Managers and Faculty Research Administrators may participate. HDR candidates are not permitted to attend.
Description: In this workshop Dr Janet Smith will share strategies for planning and having difficult conversations, drawing on her work with Susan Scott with Fierce Conversations. Joining password: Difficult
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.24-DifficultConversations
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89926288984?pwd=RHQwTy8xRENKdGV1V2h5bmwxakhCUT09
Start Date: 24/09/2021
Start time: 09:00:00
End Date: 24/09/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: Building 1, 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.3 Education
Programmes: UC Academic and Research Staff
UC Professional Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjUyMX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-09-20
Booking Close Time: 17:00:00

How to influence others with your research

Description: Presenter: Dr Inger Mewburn Zoom password: Influence In the age of skepticism about experts, it’s even more important we learn to communicate our research to a wide range of audiences. In this workshop we will learn: - How the brain processes text and images in our presentations - How to communicate complex ideas with concrete analogies and metaphors This workshop is designed specifically for candidates who are doing the Visualise your thesis competition and the Three Minute Thesis but the principles work for any presentation.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.20-Influence
Provider: UC Researcher Development
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83604358829?pwd=RVpmR1RKbWtjR3NId0pKOEhqcG1uUT09
Start Date: 20/10/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 20/10/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzE5MH19

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Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Graduation and Beyond (UC Careers 4 Part Series)

Important Information: This series is for HDR candidates only
Description: How can you best use your post grad qualification in the graduate labour market? What’s out there, and how can you grab it? The key to ‘getting from here to career’ is to develop a career narrative that sets you on your path to your chosen career. This requires you to identify and articulate your professional self and to understand your industry and the employer’s perspective. Armed with both, you’re in a good position to decide and then navigate your professional path. Attend this presentation to prepare your next career steps and strategically get where you want to be. ZOOM PASSWORD: Careers
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.03-CareersSeries1
Provider: UC Careers
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87892448418?pwd=OG54L1N0cjFhMkVkQnJ3Zy92VHNqUT09
Start Date: 11/10/2021
Start time: 12:30:00
End Date: 11/10/2021
End time: 14:00:00
Address: Online
Skills: Q1.2 Career Management
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzczNn19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

It's All Academic (UC Careers 4 Part Series)

Important Information: This series is for HDR candidates only
Description: The key to opening the door to your career is to understand the PhD job market, whether you plan to stay in academia or go for opportunities beyond. Various sectors- both university and private sector-will value your PhD, but each sector has have different requirements. This workshop will scope out the labour market and assist you opportunities post-PhD research (pun intended) to effectively navigate the world of work. ZOOM PASSWORD: Careers
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.10-CareersSeries2
Provider: UC Careers
Venue: 2 A 12
Start Date: 18/10/2021
Start time: 12:30:00
End Date: 18/10/2021
End time: 14:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q1.2 Career Management
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzczN319

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Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Your Job Application and Interview (UC Careers 4 Part Series)

Important Information: This series is for HDR candidates only
Description: This workshop will show you how to put together a job application that makes the most of your new qualifications. The key to successfully navigating recruitment is to align your professional self to your audience. Did you know for example, that you need to change your resume for every job that you go for? Not all universities are the same, and they expect you to tailor your academic resume to their specific context. Similarly, recruitment processes differ in different industries and organisations. Understanding the employer’s perspective at the pointy end of your job search is half the battle won. ZOOM PASSWORD: Careers
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.17-CareersSeries3
Provider: UC Careers
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87892448418?pwd=OG54L1N0cjFhMkVkQnJ3Zy92VHNqUT09
Start Date: 25/10/2021
Start time: 12:30:00
End Date: 25/10/2021
End time: 14:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.2 Career Management
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzczOH19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Networking (UC Careers 4 Part Series)

Important Information: This series is for HDR candidates only
Description: Networking, networking , networking… if the word makes you cringe, you are probably not doing it the right way!! This workshop will reveal how to access the hidden labour market and use your research skills to uncover the job that you want. From elevator spiel to LinkedIn profile to your own personal network; this session will help you grow your networks to assist your career. ZOOM PASSWORD: Careers
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.24-CareersSeries4
Provider: UC Careers
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87892448418?pwd=OG54L1N0cjFhMkVkQnJ3Zy92VHNqUT09
Start Date: 01/11/2021
Start time: 12:30:00
End Date: 01/11/2021
End time: 14:00:00
Address: address=online&latitude=0&longitude=0
Skills: Q1.2 Career Management
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzczOX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Social Media and how to use it for the best effect

Description: Presenter: Chris Wagner Target Audience: HDR Candidates, Academic Researchers Zoom Password: Social Talkforce Media and Communications Strategist Chris Wagner will deliver a comprehensive half day social media course about the online communication landscape in Australia and how you can use it to best effect. Prior to the workshop, Chris will view participants’ social media profiles in order to provide personalised advice in the workshop. Participants receive training in: • Understanding the social media landscape and the platforms used by Australians of all ages; • The good and the bad of social media, including the pitfalls and traps and the need for honesty and integrity; • Social media strategy, including content creation, market positioning, messaging and ways to help boost followers and generate conversations; • Technics for social media analysis, advertising and evaluation; and • Responsibilities of employees and employers regarding social media, staying safe, smart, on message and brand aware. • Each workshop includes contemporary case studies of real brands and individuals using social media. Workshops will be tailored to the organisation to include an analysis of their current social media platforms and senior staff profiles as well as suggestion for growing audiences and engagement. A practical element of preparing key messages and delivering a 'piece to camera' is a unique offering for this workshop. Participants will gain: • A strong understanding of social media and how it works; • Practical insights into their own strategic need for social media and insights on building their existing platforms; • Technics for content management and content creation, including a solid understanding of the right content for various social media channels; • Confidence in utilising social media at work and in their personal lives, avoiding the pitfalls while staying safe; • An understanding of their rights and responsibilities in undertaking social media activity; and • Practical experience in preparing and delivering social media messages. In the three months following the course, participants are invited to contact our trainers and seek advice regarding any issues that may arise during that time.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.11-SocialMedia
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88474780217?pwd=dzczd2NFZUd0QUNISU1Ma1BHVkVMQT09
Start Date: 11/10/2021
Start time: 09:00:00
End Date: 11/10/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari Street Bruce, ACT 2617
Skills: Q1.2 Career Management
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxODUxOH19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-10-08
Booking Close Time: 09:00:00

Riding the Emotional Rollercoaster

Description: Presenter: Dr Shari Walsh Zoom password: Riding This workshop is part of the Resilient Researcher program which is designed to support HDR candidates throughout their research by building and maintaining psychological wellbeing, enhancing communication and relationship skills and developing career confidence. This Webinar supports you in: - Recognising and managing emotional reactions - Reflecting and perspective taking - Redirecting energy positively to research projects This Webinar is hosted by Dr Shari Walsh. Shari is an experienced psychologist and career development practitioner who utilises an holistic approach when working with clients. Shari is highly skilled in individual counselling, couples counselling, group workshops and seminars, and project work. Shari has a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and a PhD in Psychology from the Queensland University of Technology. She has worked as a psychology teacher, tutor, researcher, mentor, counsellor and career development practitioner.
Activity Code: UCRed-2021.12.14-ShariWalsh
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89424492485?pwd=OXIzNnBuYkdWRElvbHlEVU96MEpsdz09
Start Date: 14/12/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 14/12/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTA2NX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Being a Resilient Researcher

Description: Presenter: Dr Shari Walsh Zoom Passcode: Resilient This workshop is designed to support HDR candidates throughout their research by building and maintaining psychological wellbeing, enhancing communication and relationship skills and developing career confidence. This Webinar supports you in: - Recognising and modifying unhelpful thinking patterns - Understanding strengths - Building habits of positive thinking This Webinar is hosted by Dr Shari Walsh. Shari is an experienced psychologist and career development practitioner who utilises an holistic approach when working with clients. Shari is highly skilled in individual counselling, couples counselling, group workshops and seminars, and project work. Shari has a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) and a PhD in Psychology from the Queensland University of Technology. She has worked as a psychology teacher, tutor, researcher, mentor, counsellor and career development practitioner.
Activity Code: UCRed-2021.11.03-ShariWalsh
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83748401376?pwd=ZitlZWREUXBzTXRUaXhMYitwaWxuZz09
Start Date: 03/11/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 03/11/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTA5MH19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Shut Up & Write 23 Sep 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.23-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 23/09/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 23/09/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI2OX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-09-23
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 30 Sep 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.30-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 30/09/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 30/09/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI3MX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-09-30
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 7 Oct 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.07-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 07/10/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 07/10/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI3M319

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-10-07
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 14 Oct 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.14-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 14/10/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 14/10/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI3NX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-10-14
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 21 Oct 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.21-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 21/10/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 21/10/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI3N319

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-10-21
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 28 Oct 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.28-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 28/10/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 28/10/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI3OX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-10-28
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 4 Nov 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.04-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 04/11/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 04/11/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI4MX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-11-04
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 11 Nov 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.11-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 11/11/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 11/11/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI4M319

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-11-11
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 18 Nov 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.18-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 18/11/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 18/11/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI4NX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-11-18
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 25 Nov 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.25-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 25/11/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 25/11/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI4N319

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-11-25
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 2 Dec 2021 (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.12.02-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 02/12/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 02/12/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI4OX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-12-02
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 9 Dec 2021 (In Person)

Important Information: Online
Description: What is Shut Up & Write!? Shut Up & Write! is a writing group that not only helps you get words written but is fun, social and supportive. Academia can be a lonely business... only if you let it be. Writing groups have magical powers for graduate students and researchers: They can boost the quality of your writing, keep you going when you're distracted or despondent, accelerate your productivity, increase your confidence – as well as kick-start many of the essential skills required in a research career. Plus, they offer a lot of other benefits to help you survive and thrive (Aitchison and Guerin, 2014). What is involved? Using the 'Pomodoro Technique', we'll spend 25 minutes writing in silence followed by a ten-minute break where you can chat with others, share ideas or go for a walk. We'll repeat this cycle four times and you will be amazed at just how much you can achieve in two hours. To help you focus your writing and maximise productivity, it helps to have specific goals (i.e. section of a paper or chapter and number of words). We also encourage you to put your phone on silent and stay off the internet during writing time. How will it work? Online: Remote participants are invited to login to the Shut Up & Write! Zoom room by 9:25am where we will live stream the session from the UC campus. Zoom link and password will be sent to you in a Confirmation Email after registration. In person: To abide by health and safety regulations, social distancing measures will be in place. Participants attending in person must ensure 1.5 metres distance from all other participants. Disinfectant wipes will be provided for you to wipe down your desk station before and after use. Please arrive by 9:25am and settle in. Coffee/drink orders will need to be placed before the first pomodoro (starting at 9:30am) with the Researcher Development representative. Coffees will be made by the café barista and clearly labelled. Participants are instructed to take only their labelled drink to minimise handling of orders. Want to know more? Read this blog post by Dr Tseen Khoo from The Research Whisperer on the benefits of Shut Up & Write! Research also indicates that participating in group writing generates many positive outcomes, see Shut up and write! Some surprising uses of cafes and crowds in doctoral writing Reference Aitchison, C., & Guerin, C. 2014. Writing groups for doctoral education and beyond: innovations in practice and theory. London: Routledge.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.12.09-ShutUp&Write-O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403786035
Start Date: 09/12/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 09/12/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTI5MX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-12-09
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Spring Writing Intensive Mon 20 Sept (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: The Spring Writing Intensive is back! We are once again hosting three days of productive and supportive writing/editing time. This year we're all working from home, many of us in lockdown. Writing together is a great way for some social interaction and opportunity to catch up or meet university colleagues, so coming together now is more important than ever. Online - Mon, Tues, Wed 9:00am - Arrive and set up, setting and sharing writing goals 9:30am - Writing Block 1 10:30am - Break 1 10:45am - Writing Block 2 11:45am - Break 2 12:00pm - Writing Block 3 12:45pm - Review writing goals and sharing progress 1:00pm - lunch time
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.20-SWI
Provider: UC Researcher Development
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81923699046
Start Date: 20/09/2021
Start time: 09:15:00
End Date: 20/09/2021
End time: 16:30:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTMxMX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Spring Writing Intensive Tues 21 Sept (Online)

Important Information: Online
Description: The Spring Writing Intensive is back! We are once again hosting three days of productive and supportive writing/editing time. This year we're all working from home, many of us in lockdown. Writing together is a great way for some social interaction and opportunity to catch up or meet university colleagues, so coming together now is more important than ever. Online - Mon, Tues, Wed 9:00am - Arrive and set up, setting and sharing writing goals 9:30am - Writing Block 1 10:30am - Break 1 10:45am - Writing Block 2 11:45am - Break 2 12:00pm - Writing Block 3 12:45pm - Review writing goals and sharing progress 1:00pm - lunch time
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.21-SWI-O
Provider: UC Researcher Development
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81923699046
Start Date: 21/09/2021
Start time: 09:00:00
End Date: 21/09/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
UC Academic and Research Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTMxMn19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-09-21
Booking Close Time: 16:00:00

Spring Writing Intensive Wed 22 Sept (online)

Important Information: Online
Description: The Spring Writing Intensive is back! We are once again hosting three days of productive and supportive writing/editing time. This year we're all working from home, many of us in lockdown. Writing together is a great way for some social interaction and opportunity to catch up or meet university colleagues, so coming together now is more important than ever. Online - Mon, Tues, Wed 9:00am - Arrive and set up, setting and sharing writing goals 9:30am - Writing Block 1 10:30am - Break 1 10:45am - Writing Block 2 11:45am - Break 2 12:00pm - Writing Block 3 12:45pm - Review writing goals and sharing progress 1:00pm - lunch time
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.22-SWI
Provider: UC Researcher Development
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81923699046
Start Date: 22/09/2021
Start time: 09:00:00
End Date: 22/09/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
UC Academic and Research Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTMxNH19

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Booking Capacity: 45
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Sleeping Soundly and Countering Fatigue

Description: Research by the Sleep Health Foundation has found between 33 and 45 per cent of Aussies have poor sleep patterns that lead to fatigue and irritability, putting them at risk of low productivity, damage to their mental health and unsafe behaviours. Based on the neuroscience of sleep, this session offers participants the chance to review their own “sleep habits and choices” as they are provided with personal and straightforward tips to boost resiliency, lifestyle and physical stamina by waking up feeling great. Presenter: Jane Elmes, Workplace Wellbeing Consultant and Trainer The modern world is full of stressful complexities which often seem overwhelming and contribute to stress and anxiety. With over 30 years in training and education, psychotherapy, counselling and mentoring, Jane Elms creates custom strategies and tools to help both individuals and teams master their minds and support and nurture themselves. In workshops tailored to meet your organisation’s needs, Jane shares the strategies and tools to needed master your mind and focus more deeply. Developing a toolbox for wellbeing, positive thinking, self-care, resilience and meditation, Jane works with clients to help find the calm and quiet within. A thoughtful and inspiring speaker and presenter, she covers practical sleep strategies and relaxation skills, and coping skills for change, building resilience and how to better understand yourself and others.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.28-Sleeping
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83297075952
Start Date: 28/09/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 28/09/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTY0OX19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
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Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity
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The Challenges of Working Remotely and Staying Engaged

Description: Maintaining focus and staying present with more interruptions and simultaneous demands on your time can be a significant hurdle. Working remotely is requiring us all to tap into a different set of skills, including finding the best strategies for optimum productivity, coping with feeling isolated and looking at work/life balance in a whole new way. Join us for this inspiring, interactive workshop that will offer practical tips and mindset-shifting tools to help you stay engaged. Develop self-direction skills to maximise your productivity regardless of distractions so you can get into a sustained flow state. Presenter: Merv Neal, Holistic Services Group Workshop Facilitator and In-House Trainer Following a work-related life-threatening health issue in 2002, Merv found out first-hand the importance of Being Well, or Wellbeing, at work. As Director of Holistic Services Group and the CEO of Laughter Yoga Australia and New Zealand, he travels the world speaking to a variety of groups about the importance of looking after your emotional, mental, and physical health at work, and home. His signature presentations are the 7 Pillars Of Personal, and Business, Holistic Health. A successful businessman and wellbeing expert, Merv now spends his time as a professional speaker, workshop facilitator, and in-house corporate trainer. He has more than 15 years of experience as a professional speaker and is a member of the National Speakers Association of Australia. As a graduate of the Australian Professional Speakers Academy, Merv was recently awarded one of their top awards as Mentor of the Year. He is also a Certified Trainer with the Australian Institute of Management. As a professional motivational speaker, his interactive, dynamic, engaging, and humorous style of delivery has led him to be considered one of the most dependable, confident, and successful presenters in Australia. Merv’s presentations are specifically tailored to your required theme, and topics include Resilience, Work-Life Balance, Workplace Wellness, Mindfulness, Stress Management, Emotional Resilience and Positive Psychology. As a professional facilitator, Merv helps guide executive teams and groups to develop strategies and plans to put them on the right pathway to success. And as a professional mentor and coach, he works with individuals at all levels to identify what has to be done either strategically or operationally and then helps them to get there.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.12-RemoteWork
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81925362922
Start Date: 12/10/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 12/10/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q1.2 Career Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTY1MH19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
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Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity
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Wellbeing Seminar: Unconscious Bias Workshop

Important Information: There are a maximum number of 20 places for this workshop
Description: There is now a huge amount of evidence we are all biased. We favour people who we see as being like us. We can hold a conscious view about what is right, yet act unconsciously in a way completely different to that view. At work this can impact who gets services, who services are designed for, and outcomes for people who are like (or not like) us. In this workshop, you will learn to identify biases and then strategies to eliminate bias on individual and organisational levels. Learning Goals: - Identify the causes of Unconscious Bias in people - Identify patterns of bias that occur in workplaces - Describe how individuals and workplaces can reduce Unconscious Bias The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health (CEH) is a unique agency offering expertise in cultural diversity and health, cultural competence, social marketing, cross-cultural communication and consumer participation. We assist organisations to provide a high quality of service to clients from diverse, migrant and refugee backgrounds. CEH is a program of North Richmond Community Health.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.10.25-CulturalWellbeing
Provider: Center for Culture, Ethnicity & Health for UC ReD
Venue: TBC
Start Date: 25/10/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 25/10/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q1.2 Career Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTY1N319

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Jungian Wellness: Goals and Motivation

Description: We can strive to achieve to meet outer demands, to appease superficial desires, or to follow a deeply-felt yearning. Being driven to achieve can fill our lives with meaning and purpose. Meetings goals can be genuinely fulfilling. However, what happens when we fall short of our goals? Or what happens when are inner compass shifts, and the goals that once sustained and inspired of us begin to feel empty? This 90-minute workshop will consider our relationship to goals from a Jungian perspective. Where does our motivation come from? What happens when it dries up? How do we meet our outer world obligations while staying authentically connected to our source? We will explore these and other questions. Presenter: Lisa Marchiano, LCSW is a writer and Jungian analyst in private practice in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is the cohost of the popular podcast This Jungian Life. She teaches at the C.G. Jung Institute of Philadelphia, and lectures widely on Jungian topics. Her writings have appeared in Quillette, Areo, and Psychological Perspectives, among other publications. She is the author of the book Motherhood: Facing and Finding Yourself published by Sounds True. You can find her on Twitter at @LisaMarchiano.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.16-LisaMarchiano
Provider: Dr Lisa Marchiano for UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85444779035
Start Date: 16/11/2021
Start time: 09:30:00
End Date: 16/11/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxOTkzN319

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

EndNote 20 (Basic) for HDR Students – Windows

Description: This workshop is conducted using Windows PCs and participants are also welcome to bring laptops to the workshop, if they wish. Booking is essential and places are limited to 25 per workshop. Session duration: 120 minutes. As a researcher, you are constantly juggling different roles, dealing with competing demands on your time, and coordinating not only your own activities in publishing research but also those of your collaborators–around the department and around the world. EndNote 20 is the reference management software that not only frees you from the tedious work of manually collecting and curating your research materials and formatting bibliographies, but also gives you greater ease and control in coordinating with your colleagues. Learning Outcomes: After completion, participants will be able to: 1).Understand how to use EndNote by creating an EndNote library, entering references into the EndNote library from Library Search, Scopus and Google Scholar 2).Import PDF files into EndNote, choose an Output Style, attach a file to a reference, search within the EndNote Library, customise the display window 3). Create Groups and Smart Groups, cite references in MS Word, format the paper / thesis, change bibliography format / layout, edit in-text citations, synchronise and share an EndNote library 4). Create and share references using EndNote Online 5). Seek additional support for EndNote Note: If you require any additional information, please contact the Library: LibraryLiaison@canberra.edu.au Requirement: Participants with personal laptops must download EndNote 20 using prior to attending this workshop. Students can download EndNote from this link accessible via Home use Software Staff can download EndNote from this link accessible via Home use Software
Activity Code: UCLIB-2021.09.24-EndNote
Provider: UC Library
More Information: https://canberra.libcal.com/event/5399382
Venue: Library Training Room 4
Start Date: 24/09/2021
Start time: 11:00:00
End Date: 24/09/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q2.2 Data Management, Digital Literacy and Administration
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://canberra.libcal.com/event/5399382
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMDA4M319

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Word for Academic Writing: Formatting Your Document

Description: Presenter: Candida Spence Zoom Passcode: WordPro This session focuses on how to use Word within an academic setting, in particular how to use Word efficiently to format and navigate long documents, formatting tables, compare documents side by side, formatting breaks and sections and quick keys. Also, track changes, footnotes/endnotes, bookmarks and cross-references.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.08-MSseries1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81730347158?pwd=ZXZLVStnai81WjRlWDJBNTVWdlhiQT09
Start Date: 08/11/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 08/11/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q2.2 Data Management, Digital Literacy and Administration
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMDQ1MX19

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Booking Capacity: 25
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Word for Academic Writing: Maintaining Consistency in Your Dissertation

Description: Presenter: Candida Spence Zoom Passcode: WordPro This session focuses on how to use Word within an academic setting, in particular the features that support the creation of long documents and theses. The session covers setting up a Word template to use for chapters of a thesis. It can be overlayed on current text if you have already begun writing or used to start each chapter. It is recommended to take Putting your thesis all together following this workshop.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.15-MSseries2
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81730347158?pwd=ZXZLVStnai81WjRlWDJBNTVWdlhiQT09
Start Date: 15/11/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 15/11/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q2.2 Data Management, Digital Literacy and Administration
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMDQ1Mn19

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Booking Capacity: 25
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Word for Academic Writing: Putting Your Dissertation All Together

Description: Presenter: Candida Spence Zoom Passcode: WordPro This session focuses on how to use Microsoft Word within an academic setting to add graphics and Excel elements, create and use master documents and subdocuments or inserting chapters in one file, and tables of contents and figures. Also, learn how to format the front sections of a thesis: cover page – declaration – abstract – lists of figures.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.11.22-MSseries3
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81730347158?pwd=ZXZLVStnai81WjRlWDJBNTVWdlhiQT09
Start Date: 22/11/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 22/11/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q2.2 Data Management, Digital Literacy and Administration
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMDQ1M319

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Booking Capacity: 25
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Seven steps to academic writing success part 1

Important Information: Part 1 of 2
Description: Presented by Dr. Malini Devadas Target Audience: HDR Candidates, Academic Staff Zoom password: Success Graduate students and academic staff can feel overwhelmed at the thought of writing a thesis, journal article or grant application. This often results in them putting off their writing until the last minute and then submitting something that has been written in a hurry. Unfortunately, reviewers can probably tell if they are reading something that is a first draft rather than a more polished piece. Malini's seven-step academic writing framework helps writers break down the writing process into manageable chunks. By applying this framework, you can get started on your document with confidence much earlier and produce a high-quality product with much less stress. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: - create a realistic timeframe for writing - make a detailed document plan, making the writing process much faster - edit your own work efficiently and objectively.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.20-MaliniWriting
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86885074227?pwd=RmJSS1JRRHdISXlSZVZQeVNOd1NWZz09
Start Date: 20/09/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 20/09/2021
End time: 15:30:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA2Mn19

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Seven steps to academic writing success part 2

Important Information: Part 2 of 2
Description: Presented by Dr. Malini Devadas Target Audience: HDR Candidates, Academic Staff Zoom password: Success Graduate students and academic staff can feel overwhelmed at the thought of writing a thesis, journal article or grant application. This often results in them putting off their writing until the last minute and then submitting something that has been written in a hurry. Unfortunately, reviewers can probably tell if they are reading something that is a first draft rather than a more polished piece. Malini's seven-step academic writing framework helps writers break down the writing process into manageable chunks. By applying this framework, you can get started on your document with confidence much earlier and produce a high-quality product with much less stress. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: - create a realistic timeframe for writing - make a detailed document plan, making the writing process much faster - edit your own work efficiently and objectively.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.21-MaliniWriting
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86885074227?pwd=RmJSS1JRRHdISXlSZVZQeVNOd1NWZz09
Start Date: 21/09/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 21/09/2021
End time: 15:30:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA2M319

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Booking Capacity: -1
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-09-20
Booking Close Time: 16:30:00

Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap

Description: This course introduces you to REDCap, a rapidly evolving web tool developed by researchers for researchers.
Activity Code: INTER-2021.09.24-DataCapture
Provider: Intersect
More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-capture-and-surveys-with-redcap-at-uc-online-registration-167548422843
Venue: Online
Start Date: 24/09/2021
Start time: 13:30:00
End Date: 24/09/2021
End time: 16:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-capture-and-surveys-with-redcap-at-uc-online-registration-167548422843
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA4MX19

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Data Entry and Processing in SPSS

Description: This introductory course helps you learn how to use SPSS to import and manipulate data, and visualise results.
Activity Code: INTER-2021.09.29-DataEntry
Provider: Intersect
More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-entry-and-processing-in-spss-at-uc-online-registration-167548483023
Venue: Online
Start Date: 29/09/2021
Start time: 09:30:00
End Date: 29/09/2021
End time: 12:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-entry-and-processing-in-spss-at-uc-online-registration-167548483023
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA4Mn19

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Exploring Chi-Square and correlation in SPSS

Description: This course focuses on the realm of inferential statistics, beginning with linear correlation and reliability.
Activity Code: INTER-2021.10.06-ChiSquare
Provider: Intersect
More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/exploring-chi-square-and-correlation-in-spss-at-uc-online-registration-167548497065
Venue: Online
Start Date: 06/10/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 06/10/2021
End time: 14:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/exploring-chi-square-and-correlation-in-spss-at-uc-online-registration-167548497065
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA4M319

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Learn to Program: R

Description: Learn about the fundamental concepts in programming using R and apply them to analyse a sample research dataset.
Activity Code: INTER-2021.10.20-ProgramR
Provider: Intersect
More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/learn-to-program-r-at-uc-online-registration-167548503083
Venue: Online
Start Date: 20/10/2021
Start time: 09:30:00
End Date: 20/10/2021
End time: 12:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/learn-to-program-r-at-uc-online-registration-167548503083
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA4NH19

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Data Manipulation and Visualisation in R

Description: Learn about Data Manipulation, Data Transformation and Data Visualisation in R using the dplyr, tidyr and ggplot2 packages.
Activity Code: INTER-2021.10.28-DataManipulation
Provider: Intersect
More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-manipulation-and-visualisation-in-r-at-uc-online-registration-167548533173
Venue: Online
Start Date: 28/10/2021
Start time: 09:30:00
End Date: 28/10/2021
End time: 12:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-manipulation-and-visualisation-in-r-at-uc-online-registration-167548533173
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA4NX19

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Getting started with NVivo

Description: Learn the fundamentals of NVivo including importing data, creating nodes and producing basic visualisations.
Activity Code: INTER-2021.11.07-Nvivo
Provider: Intersect
More Information: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/getting-started-with-nvivo-at-uc-online-registration-167548519131
Venue: Online
Start Date: 17/11/2021
Start time: 09:30:00
End Date: 17/11/2021
End time: 12:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/getting-started-with-nvivo-at-uc-online-registration-167548519131
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTA4Nn19

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Getting published in Journals - Health faculty focus

Description: In this session some of the top published academics from Faculty of Health will share their insights into getting published, including strategy for getting published, journal selection, technical writing, and resubmission. Panelists: Dr Richard Keegan, Prof. Deborah Davis, Prof. David Pyne Moderator: Dr Fern Hyde
Activity Code: UCReD-2021.09.23-HealthJournal
Provider: UC ReD
Venue:
Start Date: 23/09/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 23/09/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q3.3 Publication and Dissemination
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoyMTM5Mn19

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