Research Events

Supporting experiential learning in dual delivery teaching

The shift to online and dual delivery teaching poses significant challenges for supporting experiential learning in these delivery modes. In this webinar, hear from Rinske Ginsberg and A/Prof Sandra McLaren as they discuss practices and strategies that they have used and their reflections on them.

Date: Thursday, 13 May 1 at 2:15pm.

Contact Myron Yovannidis for any queries.

More information and registration is available on the Event webpage.

Producing quality graphs

Free seminar for UoM staff and Graduate Researchers.

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! Explore principles of producing graphs to enhance the quality of your thesis and research presentations. Covers a software package freely available to UoM graduate research students and staff.

Dates: 13 & 14 May, 10.00-11.30am each day

Contact Deborah Maillardet for any queries.

More information and registration on the Event webpage.

Introduction to NVivo workshop series

This series of four free online workshops for researchers will introduce you to the qualitative data analysis tool NVivo. NVivo helps you discover more from your qualitative and mixed methods data. These facilitated workshops will help you work more efficiently, conduct deeper analysis from more sources, and defend your findings with one tool.

Date: Friday 14 May, 2.00pm

Contact Researcher Connect for any queries.

More information and registration can be found on the Digital Skills Training webpage.

Teaching and Learning Conference 2021

The theme is Transitioning to COVID-normal: Developing a new ecosystem for learning. The full program will be announced shortly.

Dates: 1-2 June 2021

Enquiries can be made to the CSHE.

More information and registration can be found on the Conference webpage.

REDCap 1: an introduction and REDCap ll: Beyond the Basics

These courses are half-day interactive workshops providing hands-on instructions in the development of a simple data management system and online surveys. The introductory course is suitable for those new to REDCap while the 'beyond the basics' workshop will introduce some of REDCap's more advanced features.

Date: Tuesday 22 June, 9.00am and Tuesday 6 July, 9.00am.

Contact MISCH for any queries.

More information and registration can be found on the REDCap page.

Design and Analysis of Experiments using R

Are you a researcher needing help in designing an experiment or analysing the data from your experiment? Applications include randomised trials in medicine and the social sciences, designed experiments in the biological sciences, and studies of processes in industry. Online: September 2021. Presenter: Associate Professor Graham Hepworth.

Dates: 23-24 September 2021

Contact Deborah Maillardet for any enquiries.

More information and registration is available on the Event webpage.

Purposeful Engagement Workshops

This series aims to:

  • strengthen your confidence in enacting meaningful and ethical engagement practice;
  • deepen your understanding of different engagement contexts, roles, approaches and frameworks;
  • develop fundamental and purposeful engagement skills and capabilities; and
  • create a shared space for mutual learning from peers and experienced practitioners to discuss current trends, challenges and opportunities.

For more information and Program schedule see the  Purposeful Engagement Workshops webpage.