ECARD Mentor Check In 2 (ECARD participants)

Description: Only for ECARD participants
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.04.18-ECARDMentor2/2-1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86155556188
Start Date: 18/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 18/05/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDU4NH19

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Booking Capacity: 22
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

ECARD Mentor Check In 2 (ECARD mentors)

Description: Only for ECARD mentors
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.04.18-ECARDMentor2/2-2
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86155556188
Start Date: 18/05/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 18/05/2021
End time: 16:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDU4NX19

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Booking Capacity: 22
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Good Feedback: Asking for it; getting it; and responding to it with Hugh Kearns

Description: Many graduate students cite getting and dealing with feedback from their supervisors as one of the most frustrating areas of candidature. You can wait for ages and when it comes it’s not what you wanted. Feedback is essential to help you make progress and improve the quality of you outputs. But if you just say “give me feedback” you are leaving it completely up to chance. So what can you do to ensure you get the feedback they need? This workshop will look at asking more specific questions and being clear about the type of feedback you want. It will cover: • how to ask • getting timely feedback • interpreting feedback • dealing with the emotional reaction to feedback • how to respond to feedback • how do you manage the feedback you didn’t want?
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.07.28-Feedback
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81401585505
Start Date: 28/07/2021
Start time: 13:30:00
End Date: 28/07/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDg0NH19

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

Planning and Managing Research Projects

Description: Research and Innovation Services at UC provides resources for researchers to use, works with researchers to put together external tender and grant applications, assists in entering applications and processes & manages successful research applications (agreements, milestones, payments). This session focuses on planning and managing research projects. Presenter: Research & Innovation Services
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.04.23-Managing
Provider: Research & Innovation Services for UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84795333884
Start Date: 23/04/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 23/04/2021
End time: 14:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q2.1 Research Planning and Income Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDg1MH19

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Booking Capacity: 30
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Preparing for the 3MT: Everything you need to know (Hugh Kearns)

Description: This workshop explains what the 3MT is and how it works. It describes the judging criteria and provides strategies and suggestions to help you win over the judging panel. You will find out how to make your presentation stand out and be memorable, how to prepare and practice and what to do on the day itself. And very importantly you will learn strategies to cope with the inevitable anxiety. The workshop includes a set of tools you can use to help you prepare for the 3MT. The topics covered will include: • Identifying your message • Understanding the audience • The judging criteria • Making it interesting • Developing your slide • How to deliver • Dealing with anxiety and nerves 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-2021.07.27-Win3MT
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82511528691
Start Date: 27/07/2021
Start time: 09:30:00
End Date: 27/07/2021
End time: 11:30:00
Address: online
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDg1MX19

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

Supervisor Masterclass: Advanced Supervision Masterclass with Hugh Kearns

Description: 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 mostout of the post-graduate research experience. It draws on Kearns' experience of working with thousands of research students and researchsupervisors across the world and there is also the opportunity for supervisorsto 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
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: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDg1Mn19

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

Communicating the impact of your research with Hugh Kearns

Description: A lot of hard work and time goes into conducting research. And then more time and work goes into publishing the results. And yet sadly many papers are never read and many findings are never translated into practice. So how do you communicate effectively about your research and its impact? This is important to fulfil funding obligations, to create further funding and collaboration opportunities, to encourage the application of your findings and for your own career. In this workshop you will learn strategies for: • Developing a communication strategy • Pitching your message to the your audience • How to make it accessible without dumbing down • Dealing with media • Using new media • Developing your one minute pitch • Dealing with the discomfort of it all Presenter: 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-2021.05.11-KearnsCommImpact
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86281623217
Start Date: 11/05/2021
Start time: 15:00:00
End Date: 11/05/2021
End time: 17:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNDg1M319

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

How to Create a (Good!) Scientific Poster (in person)

Description: Presenting a scientific poster at a conference is a great way of getting your research out to people in your field and starting one-on-one conversations about your work. But creating a good poster that gets your message across is hard! In this session we will talk through the latest advice and research on what features help make an effective poster and try our hand at creating our own posters using these principles. Please bring a laptop and an idea of what research findings you might want to present. Presenter: Dr Janie Busby Grant
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.23-JaniePosters
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: Workshop room TBA
Start Date: 23/06/2021
Start time: 11:00:00
End Date: 23/06/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Hybrid (online/in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTA1M319

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

How to Create a (Good!) Scientific Poster (online)

Description: Presenting a scientific poster at a conference is a great way of getting your research out to people in your field and starting one-on-one conversations about your work. But creating a good poster that gets your message across is hard! In this session we will talk through the latest advice and research on what features help make an effective poster and try our hand at creating our own posters using these principles. Please bring a laptop and an idea of what research findings you might want to present. Presenter: Dr Janie Busby Grant
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.23-JaniePosters O
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81088459603
Start Date: 23/06/2021
Start time: 11:00:00
End Date: 23/06/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Hybrid (online/in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTA1NH19

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

Word for Academic Writing: Formatting Your Document

Description: Presented by Candida Spence 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-2021.05.03-MSseries1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 1 C 33 (Computer Lab)
Start Date: 03/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 03/05/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: Building 1, 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 Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTA4Nn19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Word for Academic Writing: Maintaining Consistency in Your Dissertation

Description: Presented by Candida Spence 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-2021.05.10-MSseries2
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 1 C 33 (Computer Lab)
Start Date: 10/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 10/05/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: Building 1, 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 Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTA4N319

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Word for Academic Writing: Putting Your Dissertation All Together

Description: Presented by Candida Spence 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-2021.05.17-MSseries3
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 1 C 33 (Computer Lab)
Start Date: 17/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 17/05/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: Building 1, 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 Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTA4OH19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

The Balanced Researcher

Description: Presented by Hugh Kearns So you're a researcher. Chances are then that you are pretty busy. Firstly there's your research. Writing proposals. Getting ethics approval. Dealing with the paperwork. Meetings. Applying for grants. Getting grants and then managing the money and the people. Writing reports. And that's all before you even get to the actual research. Then there's papers to write, rejection letters to deal with and conferences to attend. And for most people research is just one of the things you do. You might teach or tutor, run demonstrations, or manage a unit or even have another completely different job. And that's just work. No matter how much you enjoy your research it's a fair bet that there are other parts to your life too. For example you probably have a family or friends, you may have social commitments and you may even have some personal interests. This workshop will describe the most useful strategies that thousands of researchers have found helpful in balancing the many demands on their time. • how to be effective with your time • specific strategies for coping with email overload • picking the right things to work on • dealing with distractions and interruptions • how to say NO gracefully • setting boundaries • looking after me Who is it for? Anyone who is juggling research with many other demands Hugh Kearns 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. His areas of expertise include self-management, positive psychology, work-life balance, learning and creativity. He draws on over twenty five years of experience as a leading training and development professional within the corporate, financial, education and health sectors in Ireland, Scotland, North America, New Zealand and Australia. He has coached individuals, teams and executives in a wide range of organisations in the public and private sectors. Hugh lectures and researches at Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia. He is widely recognised for his ability to take the latest research in psychology and education and apply it to high-performing people and groups. As a co-author with Maria Gardiner, he has published ten books which are in high demand both in Australia and internationally.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.08.31-BalancedResearcher
Provider: UC ReD
More Information: https://www.ithinkwell.com.au/services-the-balanced-researcher
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81558913007
Start Date: 31/08/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 31/08/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTA4OX19

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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 22 Apr 2021

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-2021.04.22-ShutUp&Write
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 2 A 12
Start Date: 22/04/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 22/04/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTc1MX19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-04-22
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 29 Apr 2021

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-2021.04.29-ShutUp&Write
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 2 A 12
Start Date: 29/04/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 29/04/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTc1Mn19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-04-29
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 6 May 2021

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-2021.05.06-ShutUp&Write
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 2 C 09
Start Date: 06/05/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 06/05/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTc1M319

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-05-06
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 13 May 2021

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-2021.05.13-ShutUp&Write
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 2 C 09
Start Date: 13/05/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 13/05/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTc1NH19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-05-13
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 20 May 2021

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-2021.05.20-ShutUp&Write
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 2 C 09
Start Date: 20/05/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 20/05/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTc1NX19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-05-20
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Shut Up & Write 27 May 2021

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-2021.05.27-ShutUp&Write
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 2 C 09
Start Date: 27/05/2021
Start time: 09:25:00
End Date: 27/05/2021
End time: 11:40:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNTc1Nn19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Custom
Booking Close Date: 2021-05-27
Booking Close Time: 09:45:00

Reading and Writing for Research

Description: Presented by Dr. Katherine Firth The last time you were actively taught to read and write may have been a long time ago, perhaps in school or early university study. As a researcher, you will be reading and writing at a much higher volume, more independently, and addressing more sophisticated and difficult material. Refresh and upskill your reading and writing to match the challenge of a research degree in this 3 hour workshop. Suitable for researchers at any stage of their progress, the masterclass involves the opportunity to make progress on your current research project, get individual targeted advice, and develop your skills. Dr Katherine Firth has been developing postgraduate research writers for over a decade. A co-founder of the award-winning Thesis Bootcamp program, she maintains a writing blog, and is regularly featured on platforms such as The Thesis Whisperer, Times Higher Education blog and the LSE Impact blog. She is the co-author, with Inger Mewburn and Shaun Lehmann on How to Fix your Academic Writing Trouble and Level Up your Essays; and, with Peta Freestone and Liam Connell, Your PhD Survival Guide.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.05.20-FirthWriting
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88468155251
Start Date: 20/05/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 20/05/2021
End time: 16:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjA5M319

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

Supervisor Masterclass: Supporting students with their theses - strategies for supervisors

Description: Presented by Dr. Malini Devadas Supporting a PhD student in the writing of their thesis can take a lot of time and energy. However, there are steps you can take to reduce the time you spend making corrections to the text. This will allow you to focus on giving more meaningful feedback on the research and argument rather than simply changing wording or punctuation. In this workshop, I will outline my seven-step academic writing process. We will discuss the benefits of creating a detailed plan and how you can work with students to create this before they start writing thousands of words. We will then look at the different stages of editing, as understanding these will ensure that you are giving the right type of feedback at the right time. I will discuss the most common problems in academic writing so that you can identify them in your students’ writing. Giving specific and objective feedback allows students to see the problems in their own writing and then fix those themselves. As they learn new writing skills and get more confident in their writing, they will rely less on you. By the end of this workshop, you should feel more confident in giving feedback to your students on their writing. You will have the tools needed for you and your students to come up with a writing timetable over three years that will help them finish their thesis on time, without the last-minute panic and without adding more stress to your life as well.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.05.27-MaliniSupervisors
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 2 C 5
Start Date: 27/05/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 27/05/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Q4.2 Knowledge Exchange and Innovation
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjA5NH19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Data Visualization & Storytelling

Description: Presented by Bill Shander PRE-WORKSHOP PREP Because we’re doing a very abbreviated workshop, we don’t want to waste precious learning time with you trying to do data analysis or come up with story ideas based on a data set. Instead, it would be great if, BEFORE THE SESSION, you were to look at the attached data set containing every Olympic athlete who has ever competed in the modern Olympics. You will see a raw table with all the individuals and several other variables, and several other worksheets containing some pivot tables that might spark some data story ideas. Please review this data, do some light analysis, and come to the workshop prepared to present a data story about this data. Have the data you plan to use worked out so you can hit the ground running organizing that interesting story, and eventually coming up with visualizations to communicate your ideas. But don’t worry about the story or visuals yet – just analyze the data and come up with ideas! Also, the data stories you do create in the workshop don’t actually have to be real or accurate. Come up with a fun idea based on this data set, but feel free to fudge the numbers when it comes time to tell the story. For this workshop, the actual facts don’t matter! DURING THE WORKSHOP Learn the art and science, the theory and practical hands-on tactics of creating compelling communications experiences based on surveys, scientific research, public or proprietary data sources. Join Bill Shander, LinkedIn Learning’s data visualization expert, and top-rated workshop presenter, as he walks through a curriculum specially designed for different members of your team. In individual and team exercises, you will work your way up from basic visual thinking exercises to creating full outlines and plans for static infographics, PowerPoint decks, and/or interactive data experiences. You will practice converting abstract ideas and data into visuals, allowing you to conceptualize and produce a complete idea that is ready for execution. You will gain tangible real-world insights to make every data presentation you create better, as well as long-term best practices and big picture thinking that will forever change your approach to this work. Learn: · Strategies for creating memorable and effective data visualizations, data stories and infographics for your organization · How to think about data and the visual communication of data · Picking the right chart for your data · Storytelling with data · About information hierarchy and data visualization best practices · The neuroscience and psychology behind how your audience will receive your data visualizations · About research into best practices for data design and communications Bill Shander is an information designer, helping clients turn their data into compelling visual and often interactive experiences. Bill teaches data storytelling, information design and data visualization on LinkedIn Learning, for a Big Four accounting and consulting firm, and in workshops around the world. Clients include the World Bank, United Nations, Starbucks, MIT, multiple U.S. Government agencies, and many more. Bill is also on the board of directors of the Data Visualization Society, a global member-driven community of over 17,000 data visualization professionals.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.07.07-BillShander
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89362770259
Start Date: 07/07/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 07/07/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q2.2 Data Management, Digital Literacy and Administration
Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjE5N319

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Booking Capacity: 40
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Data Visualization & Storytelling Pre-Workshop

Description: You must be registered for the Data Visualization & Storytelling Workshop with Bill Shander on 7 July to participate in this workshop. Because we’re doing a very abbreviated workshop, we don’t want to waste precious learning time with you trying to do data analysis or come up with story ideas based on a data set. Instead, it would be great if, BEFORE THE SESSION, you were to look at the attached data set containing every Olympic athlete who has ever competed in the modern Olympics. You will see a raw table with all the individuals and several other variables, and several other worksheets containing some pivot tables that might spark some data story ideas. Please review this data, do some light analysis, and come to the workshop prepared to present a data story about this data. Have the data you plan to use worked out so you can hit the ground running organizing that interesting story, and eventually coming up with visualizations to communicate your ideas. But don’t worry about the story or visuals yet – just analyze the data and come up with ideas! Also, the data stories you do create in the workshop don’t actually have to be real or accurate. Come up with a fun idea based on this data set, but feel free to fudge the numbers when it comes time to tell the story. For this workshop, the actual facts don’t matter!
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.21-BillPreWork
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 1 C 50 Clive Price Tutorial Room
Start Date: 21/06/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 21/06/2021
End time: 14:00:00
Address: Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q2.2 Data Management, Digital Literacy and Administration
Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjIxOH19

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Booking Capacity: 40
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity
Booking Close Time:

Mentorship Workshop for Academic Staff 1/3

Description: In this three-part workshop series, Dr Janet Smith will expertly guide participants through key aspects of mentoring relationships including: - Similarities and differences between Mentoring, Coaching and Supervision - What is mentoring and why does it matter? - What is coaching and why does it matter? - Emotional intelligence for mentors and coaches - Mentoring Partnership Agreements (MPAs) - Models used for conversations within coaching/mentoring e.g. GROW model - Models used for difficult conversations within coaching/mentoring e.g. Fierce Conversations model This training is suitable for people who are currently mentors or those who are interested in being a mentor in the near future. Dates: Mon 28 June 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Mon 5 July 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Mon 12 July 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Please note: You are expected to attend all 3 workshops. Be sure to register in Inkpath for all three workshops.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.06.28-JanetMentor1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81938158127
Start Date: 28/06/2021
Start time: 15:00:00
End Date: 28/06/2021
End time: 17:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Q4.2 Knowledge Exchange and Innovation
Programmes: Professional Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjI3MH19

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

Mentorship Workshop for Academic Staff 2/3

Description: In this three-part workshop series, Dr Janet Smith will expertly guide participants through key aspects of mentoring relationships including: - Similarities and differences between Mentoring, Coaching and Supervision - What is mentoring and why does it matter? - What is coaching and why does it matter? - Emotional intelligence for mentors and coaches - Mentoring Partnership Agreements (MPAs) - Models used for conversations within coaching/mentoring e.g. GROW model - Models used for difficult conversations within coaching/mentoring e.g. Fierce Conversations model This training is suitable for people who are currently mentors or those who are interested in being a mentor in the near future. Dates: Mon 28 June 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Mon 5 July 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Mon 12 July 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Please note: You are expected to attend all 3 workshops. Be sure to register in Inkpath for all three workshops.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.07.05-JanetMentor2
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81938158127
Start Date: 05/07/2021
Start time: 15:00:00
End Date: 05/07/2021
End time: 17:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Q4.2 Knowledge Exchange and Innovation
Programmes: Professional Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjI3MX19

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

Mentorship Workshop for Academic Staff 3/3

Description: In this three-part workshop series, Dr Janet Smith will expertly guide participants through key aspects of mentoring relationships including: - Similarities and differences between Mentoring, Coaching and Supervision - What is mentoring and why does it matter? - What is coaching and why does it matter? - Emotional intelligence for mentors and coaches - Mentoring Partnership Agreements (MPAs) - Models used for conversations within coaching/mentoring e.g. GROW model - Models used for difficult conversations within coaching/mentoring e.g. Fierce Conversations model This training is suitable for people who are currently mentors or those who are interested in being a mentor in the near future. Dates: Mon 28 June 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Mon 5 July 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Mon 12 July 2021, 3.00pm - 5.00pm Please note: You are expected to attend all 3 workshops. Be sure to register in Inkpath for all three workshops.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.07.12-JanetMentor3
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81938158127
Start Date: 12/07/2021
Start time: 15:00:00
End Date: 12/07/2021
End time: 17:00:00
Address: online
Skills: Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Q4.2 Knowledge Exchange and Innovation
Programmes: Professional Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjI3Mn19

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

How to Grow your R&D Funding

Description: Sources of R&D funding and how to develop a strong application. Meet your presenter: Sarah Robinson Most recently Sarah has been a Senior Adviser, Research Management at the University of Canberra. Working within the Research and Innovation Services (RIS) team Sarah was responsible for supporting and strengthening the University’s research and innovation culture by providing assistance and advice to all researchers at the University of Canberra in the areas of all categories of research funding opportunities and application procedures; and the administration and management of externally funded research grants. A senior lawyer by training Sarah has worked in private practice, in-house corporate and State and Commonwealth Government. ***There will not be a QR code to record your attendance at this event.
Activity Code: RIS-2021.05.14-RDFunding
Provider: UC Research and Innovation Services
More Information: https://www.canberra.edu.au/events/Home/Event/340738
Venue: Online
Start Date: 14/05/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 14/05/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q2.1 Research Planning and Income Management
Programmes: Professional Staff
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/how-to-grow-your-rd-funding-tickets-135219050821
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjUwM319

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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 are essential and places limited to 25 per workshop. Participants with personal laptops must download EndNote 20 using this link, prior to attending this 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: - Understand how to use EndNote by creating an EndNote library, entering references into the EndNote library from Library Search, Scopus and Google Scholar - Import PDF files into EndNote, choose an Output Style, attach a file to a reference, search within the EndNote Library, customise the display window - 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 - Create and share references using EndNote Online - Seek additional support for EndNote
Activity Code: UCLIB-2021.04.22-EndNote
Provider: Library
More Information: https://canberra.libcal.com/event/5305004
Venue: Library Training Room 4
Start Date: 22/04/2021
Start time: 11:00:00
End Date: 22/04/2021
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/5305004
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjUwNX19

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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 are essential and places limited to 25 per workshop. Participants with personal laptops must download EndNote 20 using this link, prior to attending this 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: - Understand how to use EndNote by creating an EndNote library, entering references into the EndNote library from Library Search, Scopus and Google Scholar - Import PDF files into EndNote, choose an Output Style, attach a file to a reference, search within the EndNote Library, customise the display window - 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 - Create and share references using EndNote Online - Seek additional support for EndNote
Activity Code: UCLIB-2021.05.03-EndNote
Provider: Library
More Information: https://canberra.libcal.com/event/5305005
Venue: Library Training Room 4
Start Date: 03/05/2021
Start time: 13:00:00
End Date: 03/05/2021
End time: 15:00:00
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/5305005
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjUwNn19

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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 are essential and places limited to 25 per workshop. Participants with personal laptops must download EndNote 20 using this link, prior to attending this 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: - Understand how to use EndNote by creating an EndNote library, entering references into the EndNote library from Library Search, Scopus and Google Scholar - Import PDF files into EndNote, choose an Output Style, attach a file to a reference, search within the EndNote Library, customise the display window - 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 - Create and share references using EndNote Online - Seek additional support for EndNote
Activity Code: UCLIB-2021.05.21-EndNote
Provider: Library
More Information: https://canberra.libcal.com/event/5305006
Venue: Library Training Room 4
Start Date: 21/05/2021
Start time: 11:00:00
End Date: 21/05/2021
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/5305006
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjUwN319

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Supervisor Masterclass: Dealing with difference in HDR Supervision: learners, learning styles and cultural diversity

Description: Dealing with difference in HDR supervision: learners, learning styles and cultural diversity. Gina Wisker When we start working with new research candidates we might well think they learn, research and write as we do, and will meet similar issues . However, it is more likely that our candidates will be different kinds of learners , from us, from each other. Candidates undertake research for many different reasons, have different learning histories, culturally inflected learning backgrounds, different research learning approaches and experiences . A big part of the challenge and interest for us as supervisors is learning how to work with these differences so that each unique candidate can develop sound research learning and writing practices, and successfully engage with and achieve their postgraduate qualification, their doctorate or masters. In this interactive workshop we will use research and experience (our own and that of others) to consider how we work with, develop and adapt practices to enable the success of these diverse candidates. Please think in advance about your own experiences of research and supervision, and of working with different research learners from different cultural backgrounds, with different motivations and different approaches to (and perhaps some blocks with ) their research learning and writing. Have there been any particular issues you have met? And what has worked well for you and your candidates? About Gina Wisker Professor Gina Wisker, University of Bath. I supervise doctoral students in the International Centre for HE Management. Previously Professor of Higher Education & Contemporary Literature at Anglia Ruskin University then University of Brighton (now Emeritus) and Head of the Centre for Learning & Teaching in both universities . I have published 26 books (some edited) 140 + articles: The Postgraduate Research Handbook (2001; 2nd ed. 2007); The Good Supervisor (2005, 2012); Getting Published (2015); The Undergraduate Research Handbook (2nd ed, 2018). Key Concepts in Postcolonial Literature (2007); Horror Fiction: An Introduction (2005); Margaret Atwood, an Introduction to Critical Views of Her Fiction (2012); Contemporary Women’s Gothic Fiction (2016) . National Teaching Fellow, Principal Fellow of the HEA, SFEDA, FRSA. I have travelled to and worked in Australasia since 1992 and spent several visits over 4 years on a Sir Alan Sewell research fellowship at Griffith University 2004-8.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.04.22-WiskerSupervision
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83273534821
Start Date: 22/04/2021
Start time: 15:30:00
End Date: 22/04/2021
End time: 17:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjUwOH19

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

Supervisor Masterclass: Planning and Having Difficult Conversations

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.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.09.24-DifficultConversations
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89926288984
Start Date: 24/09/2021
Start time: 09:00:00
End Date: 24/09/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.3 Education
Programmes: Academic Researcher
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

Monthly Wellbeing Seminar #1 (BY INVITATION)

Description: Presented by Steve Meyer, Psychologist, UC Medical and Counselling Centre This session focuses on establishing a wellbeing vision, including: - Defining resilience and psychological flexibility - Discussing factors that support and challenge resilience - Laying the foundation for wellbeing practice
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-04.14-WellbeingSteve1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 11 B 56
Start Date: 27/04/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 27/04/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjc3MH19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Open Time:
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity
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Monthly Wellbeing Seminar #2 (BY INVITATION)

Description: Presented by Steve Meyer, Psychologist, UC Medical and Counselling Centre This session focuses on key physiology in regards to wellbeing, including: - Understanding the stress response and its effects on cognition, focus, motivation and perception - Practice of initial self-regulation strategies
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-05.12-WellbeingSteve2
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 11 B 56
Start Date: 12/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 12/05/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjc3MX19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Stress Survival Kit

Description: Understanding stress and research stressors Daily actions for stress protection Managing during stressful times Presenter: Dr Shari Walsh, Developer and Facilitator of Resilient Researcher; Psychologist and Career Development Practitioner, Growth Psychology, Brisbane. 
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.04.21-Survive
Provider: University of Canberra
Venue:
Start Date: 21/04/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 21/04/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address: Online
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjc3Mn19

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

Keep Calm and Carry On - Managing the Mid-Stage of PhD Research

Description: This workshop is targeted at PhD candidates in the middle part of their PhD journeys. The programme will enable you to better understand: – What you have achieved so far and what you need to do to establish/ sustain productive study habits – Your expectations of supervision and how to maintain supervisory relationships – How to balance multiple commitments – How to stay motivated We'd like to thank the University of Otago's Graduate Research School for their partnership in allowing us to present this workshop.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.07.28-KeepCalm
Provider: UC Researcher Development
Venue: 5 B 55a&b
Start Date: 28/07/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 28/07/2021
End time: 11:30:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q2.1 Research Planning and Income Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjc3M319

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Booking Capacity: 40
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Microsoft Excel for Intermediate Users

Description: Presented by Paul Silverman, Excel Dimensions Monday 12 July & Wednesday 14 July 9.00am - 1.00pm Over the course of 2 x half-days, this course contains an array of topics that have proven to be in high demand among those seeking to advance to the next level of Excel usage. It addresses logical (IF) and lookup functions in detail. In addition, it addresses advanced database manipulation techniques, including advanced filtering and pivot tables. At the conclusion of this course, and having practiced the exercises included within the comprehensive manual, participants will be in a position to address any topics in the advanced courses. All participants are required to attend both workshops. There will be ample time for Q&A.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.07.12-ExcelInt
Provider: Paul Silverman for UC ReD
Venue: Online via Microsoft Teams
Start Date: 12/07/2021
Start time: 09:00:00
End Date: 14/07/2021
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 (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNjgzNH19

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Booking Capacity: 14
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

How to influence others with your research

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

Writing your journal article in 12 weeks Writers' Group (Wednesdays April to July)

Description: Wendy Laura Belcher’s Writing Your Journal Article in 12 Weeks: A Guide to Academic Publishing Success is a revolutionary approach to enabling academic authors to overcome their anxieties and produce the publications that are essential to succeeding in their fields. Each week, readers learn a particular feature of strong articles and work on revising theirs accordingly. At the end of twelve weeks, they send their article to a journal. This invaluable resource is the only guide that focuses specifically on publishing humanities and social science journal articles. From Wednesday 21 April - Wed 14 July, the UC ReD Journal Writers’ groups will use a cohort model where a group will meet weekly for 13 weeks and are assigned accountability partners. Meeting times will be 1:30pm - 2:30pm. This group will meet in person for some sessions and online for others. Refer to your email for the schedule. Participants must commit to: • Introductory meeting on 21 April • 12 weekly meetings (1 hour each) • Regularly meeting with your accountability partner(s) Each week we will discuss the publication process and share strategies for achieving success in the academic writing arena, including: • setting up a work schedule • identifying appropriate journals for submission • clarifying arguments • organizing material • working with editors • using citation software • and writing query letters
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.04.21-12weekJournal
Provider: UC ReD
Venue:
Start Date: 21/04/2021
Start time: 13:30:00
End Date: 14/07/2021
End time: 14:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Q3.3 Publication and Dissemination
Programmes: Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzE5NX19

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Booking Capacity: 12
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Writing your journal article in 12 weeks Writers' Group (Fridays April to July)

Description: Wendy Laura Belcher’s Writing Your Journal Article in 12 Weeks: A Guide to Academic Publishing Success is a revolutionary approach to enabling academic authors to overcome their anxieties and produce the publications that are essential to succeeding in their fields. Each week, readers learn a particular feature of strong articles and work on revising theirs accordingly. At the end of twelve weeks, they send their article to a journal. This invaluable resource is the only guide that focuses specifically on publishing humanities and social science journal articles. From Friday 23 April - Friday 16 July, the UC ReD Journal Writers’ groups will use a cohort model where a group will meet weekly for 13 weeks and are assigned accountability partners. Meeting times will be 9:30am - 10:30am. This group will meet online. Participants must commit to: • Introductory meeting on 23 April • 12 weekly meetings (1 hour each) • Regularly meeting with your accountability partner(s) Each week we will discuss the publication process and share strategies for achieving success in the academic writing arena, including: • setting up a work schedule • identifying appropriate journals for submission • clarifying arguments • organizing material • working with editors • using citation software • and writing query letters
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.04.23-12weekJournal
Provider: UC ReD
Venue:
Start Date: 23/04/2021
Start time: 09:30:00
End Date: 16/07/2021
End time: 10:30:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q3.1 Academic Literacy and Writing
Q3.3 Publication and Dissemination
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzE5Nn19

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Booking Capacity: 12
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Peas Webinar

Description: Research performance expectations are provided for any academic staff member with a research workload allocation. The research Performance Expectations for Academic Staff (PEAS) will be used to guide and support academic career development whilst achieving the university’s key objectives. They are to inform a holistic performance conversation between an individual and their supervisor with consideration of opportunity, individual circumstances and relevant context. This training will look at the strategic context of the PEAS, key features and an explanation of each of the indicators including how they are measured, what is included and where the data is derived.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.05.04-Peas
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84242647607
Start Date: 04/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 04/05/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q1.2 Career Management
Q2.1 Research Planning and Income Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzE5N319

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

Description: SciVal is an online tool that provides access to the research performance of academics and institutions worldwide using bibliometrics, mostly for publications but expanding to other data sources. It is an extremely useful tool for academic staff to monitor their own performance, as well as that of their peers, analyse research trends and seek out collaborative partners. It includes publication types, citations, collaborations, and quality measures such as outputs in top journals. This training will guide you through the key features of SciVal and how to use it to monitor and inform your research activities.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.05.05-SciVal
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85050113490
Start Date: 05/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 05/05/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q1.2 Career Management
Q2.1 Research Planning and Income Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzE5OH19

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

Description: Pure is the University of Canberra's research management system. It allows researchers to lodge applications for external research funding, access information about and monitor their awarded research projects (including contracts and milestones) and record research outputs and research-related activities. In addition, it allows researchers to create CVs and showcase research achievements which are then publicly displayed to provide greater visibility of the work of our researchers. This training will provide an overview of the key features of Pure including updating researcher profile, adding various types of research outputs and research-related activities, creating a new grant application and updating existing entries. The training will focus on the best practices taking into consideration all system`s features.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.05.25-Pure
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83065860365
Start Date: 25/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 25/05/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q1.2 Career Management
Q2.1 Research Planning and Income Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzE5OX19

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

Description: Total Research Explorer (TREX) is the online system to monitor an individual’s performance against the Research Performance Expectations for Academic Staff (PEAS). TREX dynamically sources data from several other systems, including HR Online, Pure, Callista, SciVal and TRIP, so an individual and their manager can see exactly how they are currently tracking against the PEAS, without having to manually enter any data. It also includes the ability to input forecasted work, so an individual can see how this may impact your overall research performance or see what’s required at the next academic level. This training will walk through each of the features of TREX, it assumes a basic understanding of the PEAS.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.05.26-TREX
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85045083835
Start Date: 26/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 26/05/2021
End time: 11:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q1.2 Career Management
Q2.1 Research Planning and Income Management
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzIwMH19

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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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What is UC’s Big Research Pitch?

Description: Are you an up-and-coming UC researcher in need of some research funding and pitch training? Come along to this lunchtime information session to find out more about the 2021 researcher pitching program and to learn about how you can compete for $12,000 in research funding. Built on the foundation of a comprehensive pitch training series, you will learn how to pitch to win research funding, increase your media exposure, improve your public speaking skills and your confidence as a speaker. So, come along to find out more about what this exciting opportunity has to offer you and your research career.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-04.28-WhatisUCBigResearchPitch
Points: 1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 09A01
Start Date: 28/04/2021
Start time: 12:30:00
End Date: 28/04/2021
End time: 13:30:00
Address: Building 9, 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzI3M319

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Booking Capacity: 40
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking at start of activity

Speech Writing Workshop

Description: Talkforce Media and Communications Strategist provides training in speech writing and presentation skills. The workshop provides participants with skills in: - Preparing a speech - Tailoring your speech to your audience - Structuring a speech to engage the audience and keep their interest - Using appropriate material to help the audience understand your message - Preparing your key messages that will resonate with the audience "
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-05.04-SpeechWritingWorkshop
Points: 1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: 11 B 56
Start Date: 04/05/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 04/05/2021
End time: 16:00:00
Address: 11 kirinari
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzI3NH19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Pitch to Persuade *This is the first session of a three-part workshop series on how to pitch, perform, and persuade.

Description: Join us for this research pitching workshop in preparation for UC's Big Research Pitch. Get out of dry academic mode and embrace your inner storyteller. Rediscover the heart of your research, and your passion for it. Crack the pitch-writing code, and absorb some basic performance craft. Grasp the knack of connecting with an audience. Hatch your slide design. Pick up the particular skills of pitching for riches. By the end of this workshop, participants will have an overview of how to: - Describe your research in a way that captures the attention of and informs an audience, especially a lay-audience; - Focus on the core principles of your research; - Put your knowledge and enthusiasm for your subject into a presentation; - Write a pitch; - Utilise the basics of performance craft; - Better connect with an audience; - Design an effective slide which adds to a verbal presentation; - Use the skills of pitching to access funds through competitions such as P4F, or in grant processes. Facilitators: Dr Peter Copeman and Dr Bernie Bissett Dr Peter Copeman Peter is an Adjunct Professional Associate with UC, since retiring in early 2020 as Senior Teaching Fellow in Learning and Teaching with the DVCA portfolio. His research and teaching interests include the application of performance theory and practice to presentation skills and pitching, which emerged from a creative synthesis of his extensive pre-academic professional experience as a theatre director, scriptwriter and actor voice trainer, with his academic expertise in teaching and learning. Peter’s ‘Three Minute Theatre’ training method, developed at UC and deployed here since 2014, has also been picked up in 3MT training by other Australian universities including the ANU, CSU, RMIT and WSU, and in multiple international institutions. His article on the method published in 2016 has been one of the International Journal of Researcher Development’s most viewed, and ss downloaded all over the world In 2017 he and his UC Research Communications Team colleagues were awarded a UC Vice-Chancellor’s Teaching Excellence Award in recognition of their contribution to UC in this field. Dr Bernie Bissett Bernie Bissett was one of three winners at the 2017 UC P4F competition and was the winner of the People’s Choice Award in 2015. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, with 15 years’ experience as a physiotherapist specialising in intensive and acute care and clinical education. Bernie is also a fully qualified NHET-SIM (Simulation in Health Care) educator, and has completed advanced training in MaskED simulation. She was the invited Keynote Speaker at the ACT Allied Health Symposium (2015) on Patient-Centred Care and is frequently invited to speak at medical and nursing intensive care conferences nationally and internationally (e.g. Seventh International Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Conference, San Diego 2014). Bernie’s clinical PhD research through the University of Queensland focused on early rehabilitation of intensive care patients, including targeted strengthening of breathing muscles.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-05.020-Pitch to Persuade
Points: 1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://teams.microsoft.com/l/meetup-join/19%3ameeting_M2VmMGQ0OTMtZDJhYS00ZGU2LTgzYTYtYzllMDBlNjViYTI0%40thread.v2/0?context=%7b%22Tid%22%3a%221daf5147-a543-4707-a2fb-2acf0b2a3936%22%2c%22Oid%22%3a%22ae9a3d58-a69b-4e8f-9b95-c4bcf0e87896%22%7d
Start Date: 20/05/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 20/05/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzI3NX19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Pitching for Outcomes

Description: Pitching for Outcomes workshop presented by the Canberra Innovation Network. The workshop is for researchers who are looking to progress their research ideas towards being investment ready. Through this workshop with intensive content, participants will be challenged to apply the lean methodology to their projects to ensure they are easy to implement and ensure that their messaging comes across to a lay audience such investors.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-05.25-PitchingforOutcomes
Points: 1
Provider: UCReD & Canberra Innovation Network
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrc--qqjovE9EU9p_QE9XvLXrMSsBVz8ad
Start Date: 25/05/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 25/05/2021
End time: 17:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Programmes: Higher Degree by Research Candidate
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Perfecting Your Pitch 1 *This is the second session of a three-part workshop series on how to pitch, perform, and persuade.

Description: Present your memorised Pitch for Funds pitch one-on-one with a workshop leader, and receive personalised feedback. Be prepared and punctual. Workshop leaders Peter Copeman Peter is an award-winning senior lecturer in UC’s Teaching and Learning directorate, where he convenes the Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education and supports professional development for academic staff. His current research and teaching interests include: the application of performance theory and practice to presentation skills and pitching, and to pronunciation and speaking skills in TESOL; and the development of a culture of students as partners/co-producers in teaching and learning. Previously he worked in student learning support and TESOL UC, ANU and the University of Queensland, and was a theatre academic at a number of Australian universities, following a fifteen-year professional career as a theatre director, playwright and vocal coach. Since 2011 he’s provided annual 3MT pitch training at UC, and since 2014 also at ANU and RMIT. Bernie Bissett Bernie Bissett was the winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 2015 UC Pitch for Funds competition. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, with 15 years’ experience as a physiotherapist specialising in intensive and acute care and clinical education. Bernie is also a fully qualified NHET-SIM (Simulation in Health Care) educator, and has completed advanced training in MaskED simulation. She was the invited Keynote Speaker at the ACT Allied Health Symposium (2015) on Patient-Centred Care and is frequently invited to speak at medical and nursing intensive care conferences nationally and internationally (e.g. Seventh International Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Conference, San Diego 2014). Bernie’s clinical PhD research through the University of Queensland has focussed on early rehabilitation of intensive care patients, including targeted strengthening of breathing muscles.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-05.020-PerfectingYourPitch1
Points: 1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83496588505?pwd=OVEyUDd0eitQbGgrazVKL2M2TDQ3UT09
Start Date: 10/06/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 10/06/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzI3N319

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

Perfecting Your Pitch 2 *This is the third session of a three-part workshop series on how to pitch, perform, and persuade.

Description: Present your memorised Pitch for Funds pitch one-on-one with a workshop leader, and receive personalised feedback. Be prepared and punctual. Workshop leaders Peter Copeman Peter is an award-winning senior lecturer in UC’s Teaching and Learning directorate, where he convenes the Graduate Certificate in Tertiary Education and supports professional development for academic staff. His current research and teaching interests include: the application of performance theory and practice to presentation skills and pitching, and to pronunciation and speaking skills in TESOL; and the development of a culture of students as partners/co-producers in teaching and learning. Previously he worked in student learning support and TESOL UC, ANU and the University of Queensland, and was a theatre academic at a number of Australian universities, following a fifteen-year professional career as a theatre director, playwright and vocal coach. Since 2011 he’s provided annual 3MT pitch training at UC, and since 2014 also at ANU and RMIT. Bernie Bissett Bernie Bissett was the winner of the People’s Choice Award at the 2015 UC Pitch for Funds competition. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy at the University of Canberra, with 15 years’ experience as a physiotherapist specialising in intensive and acute care and clinical education. Bernie is also a fully qualified NHET-SIM (Simulation in Health Care) educator, and has completed advanced training in MaskED simulation. She was the invited Keynote Speaker at the ACT Allied Health Symposium (2015) on Patient-Centred Care and is frequently invited to speak at medical and nursing intensive care conferences nationally and internationally (e.g. Seventh International Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Conference, San Diego 2014). Bernie’s clinical PhD research through the University of Queensland has focussed on early rehabilitation of intensive care patients, including targeted strengthening of breathing muscles.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021-05.020-PerfectingYourPitch2
Points: 1
Provider: UC ReD
Venue: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86423561724?pwd=S0dxWlBSeDZuS2JtQUVJSTR0WE56dz09
Start Date: 17/06/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 17/06/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q3.2 Verbal and Visual Presentation Skills
Programmes: Academic Researcher
Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzI4OX19

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Booking Capacity: 20
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity

IT Essentials for your next career move

Description: Hosted by the University of Canberra, this free development workshop introduces essential IT skills for working professionals. Register and join this interactive workshop covering career-enhancing IT skills for working professionals. Participants will explore the following areas: - Core IT skills for the workplace - Cybersecurity readiness - Business requirements scoping - Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Enterprise Systems - Data Analysis - Project Management Facilitated by: Dr Hamed Sarbazhosseini, Program Director of Information Technology and Systems, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Canberra ***This event will NOT have a corresponding Inkpath verification code. Please mark the activity as complete in your dashboard***
Activity Code: UC-2021.04.29-ITEssentials
Provider: University of Canberra
More Information: https://www.canberra.edu.au/events/Home/Event/400812
Venue: Quest Canberra City Walk
Start Date: 29/04/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 29/04/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address: 240 City Walk, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Skills: Q1.2 Career Management
Q2.2 Data Management, Digital Literacy and Administration
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/it-essentials-for-your-next-career-move-tickets-148114483407
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Decision-making under uncertainty: lessons from Hollywood

Description: Hollywood executives must choose which movies to make from more than 100,000 competing movie proposals at any given time. In this workshop, you will learn how they sort, shortlist, validate and value competing proposals — and how to apply these methods to any decision where there are many possible options and little hard information about likely performance. Facilitated by:Dr David Court, Founder, Compton School ***This event will NOT have a corresponding Inkpath verification code. Please mark the activity as complete in your dashboard***
Activity Code: UC-2021.04.29-DecisionMaking
Provider: University of Canberra
More Information: https://www.canberra.edu.au/events/Home/Event/400813
Venue: Quest Canberra City Walk
Start Date: 29/04/2021
Start time: 14:00:00
End Date: 29/04/2021
End time: 15:00:00
Address: 240 City Walk, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Skills: Q1.1 Self-Management
Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.2 Knowledge Exchange and Innovation
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/decision-making-under-uncertainty-lessons-from-hollywood-tickets-148134292657
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How to Increase your University Impact

Description: Research increasingly needs to demonstrate a wider societal, economic, cultural, environmental or global impact. Find out how. Presenter: Zoe Fieldhouse Prior to moving to Australia, Zoe was an e-commerce consultant working with businesses to develop their online strategy and capability, with a particular interest in online marketing and brand building. Utilising this expertise, Zoe has established two successful online businesses in Australia and was a finalist in the Telstra Business Awards. Zoe is also the COO of ANU Connect Ventures and provides operational and administrative management of the $37M investment fund, including investment governance direction to an independent Investment Committee. She is also the manager of the Discovery Translation Fund, a ‘proof of concept’ that bridges the gap between applied research and commercialisation. ***This event will NOT have a corresponding Inkpath verification code. Please mark the activity as complete in your dashboard***
Activity Code: UC-2021.04.30-IncreaseImpact
Provider: University of Canberra
More Information: https://www.canberra.edu.au/events/Home/Event/340737
Venue:
Start Date: 30/04/2021
Start time: 12:00:00
End Date: 30/04/2021
End time: 13:00:00
Address:
Skills: Q1.2 Career Management
Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.1 Outreach and Influence
Q4.2 Knowledge Exchange and Innovation
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (online)
Booking Type: Booking through another system
Booking Link: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/how-to-improve-your-university-impact-tickets-135218757945
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Feedback as Dialogue in Doctoral Supervision

Description: Workshop for both supervisors and research students. Feedback lies at the heart of any learning experience, and giving and receiving feedback is an important and integral part of postgraduate supervision practice. This interactive workshop draws on recent research on the feedback process. In the workshop we will explore: - what feedback is - examine supervisors’ written language use and candidates’ reactions - develop critical awareness of potential conflict due to language use and cross-cultural differences - the Feedback Expectation Tool (FET) and - strategies to provide and receive effective and dialogic feedback. Facilitator Associate Professor Elke Stracke Faculty of Education University of Canberra, Australia Elke is an experienced educator, supervisor, and researcher with international work and research experience in Applied Linguistics/TESOL and postgraduate supervision, feedback and assessment practice. Elke has successfully supervised more than ten (domestic and international) doctoral students. She was awarded the University of Canberra Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Supervision of Higher Degree by Research Candidates in recognition of her experience in best practice in research supervision. Currently, Elke is the Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Education at the University of Canberra, Australia.
Activity Code: UCRED-2021.05.19-ElkeFeedback
Provider: Elke Stracke for UC ReD
Venue: 1 C 50 Clive Price Tutorial Room
Start Date: 19/05/2021
Start time: 10:00:00
End Date: 19/05/2021
End time: 12:00:00
Address: 11 Kirinari St, Bruce ACT 2617, Australia
Skills: Q1.3 Leadership and Interpersonal Skills
Q4.2 Knowledge Exchange and Innovation
Programmes: Attendance Type: Live (in person)
Booking Type: Booking through Inkpath
URL: https://webapp.inkpath.co.uk/#/redirect/eyJuYW1lIjoiQWN0aXZpdHlEZXRhaWxQYWdlIiwicGFyYW1zIjp7ImlkIjoxNzMzMX19

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Booking Capacity: 25
Booking Open Type: Opens when published
Booking Close Type: Close booking 1 hour before activity