Producing excellent graphs
Date: Thursday 13 August
This free half-day seminar online via Zoom will discuss the principles of producing graphs to enhance the quality of your thesis and research presentations. It will cover a software package freely available to University of Melbourne graduate research students and staff. If you are frustrated about the quality of the graphs you are currently creating and how much time it is taking, this seminar is for you.
Research impact and alternative funding routes through translation
Date: Monday 17 August
Time: 10am - 11am
David Gurr is an Associate Professor in Educational Leadership, with leadership involvement in two of the most important international educational leadership projects of the past two decades. In this seminar, he will draw on a recent chapter he wrote that frames a book focussed on leadership in schools with complex and challenging circumstances. Initially highlighting eight trustworthy claims at the end of the chapter, he will discuss the construction of the chapter and how he arrived at these claims. David will also discuss the role of international networks and collaborations in the work of academics, and how they influenced the conception of the book.
Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to download the chapter to review before the seminar.
Human research ethics drop-in
Date: Monday 24 August
Time: 11am - 12pm
Do you need a hand with your ethics? Not quite sure how to tackle a particular problem? Come chat with Tricia Eadie, Acting HEAG Chair, and Tim Mattingsbrooke, Ethics Consultant at MERI, and get all your questions answered.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.