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  • UWE Researchers' Forum

    Date: 16 February 2016
    Venue: UWE Exhibition and Conference Centre (Frome room)

    This Researchers' Forum event focuses upon helping researchers understand how they can ensure that they are well-prepared for potential inclusion in the next Research Excellence Framework exercise and why such preparation should align with their own research career development and opportunities.

  • Guide to Searching and Organising the Literatures

    Date: 17 February 2016
    Venue: 4D24 (Level 4), Bolland Library, Frenchay Campus

    Working with literatures is an integral part of research. This workshop will provide you with some tools and techniques to navigate this element of your projects.

  • CESR Seminar: Employment Relations Practices in Greece during the Recession

    Date: 17 February 2016
    Venue: 2B065, Frenchay Campus

    CESR Seminar: Employment Relations Practices in Greece during the Recession by Horen Voskeritsian and Michail Veliziotis

  • REF, HEFCE and the Research Repository - Drop-in Session

    Date: 18 February 2016
    Venue: Bower Ashton Campus Library

    Make sure you know all about HEFCE's new Open Access policy for the next REF exercise by coming along to a drop-in session in the library at Bower Ashton Campus.

  • Tom Sharpe - UWE Regional History Centre and MShed Seminar

    Date: 18 February 2016
    Venue: MShed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Road, Bristol BS1 4RN

    Mr Smith's Remarkable Maps.

    William Smith's great geological map of Britain, published 200 years ago, was fourteen years in the making and the first of its kind in the world. In the course of making it, Smith developed the fundamental principles of rock sequences - stratigraphy - and recognised the value of fossils in identifying strata.

  • Managing Long Documents in Microsoft Word 2010

    Date: 23 February 2016
    Venue: Learning and Development Centre, IT Training Room 1, Exhibition and Conference Centre (ECC), UWE

    A workshop concentrating on using advanced facilities in Microsoft Word such as master documents, outlining, referencing and indexing to keep your thesis well organised and easy to manage.

  • Perfect Posters

    Date: 23 February 2016
    Venue: 4D24 (Level 4), Bolland Library, Frenchay Campus

    This workshop will explore how to effectively communicate your research in the form of a poster. We will be looking at visual communication and why presenting a poster is different to writing a research paper or giving an oral presentation. You will have the chance to discuss hints and tips for designing posters with maximum impact.

  • Power tactics: A pragmatic theory for analysing and planning a career in power (i.e. leadership)

    Date: 24 February 2016
    Venue: Room 3C003, Frenchay Campus

    Free Bristol Leadership Centre Seminar on Tuesday 24 February 2016.

  • The Art and Science of Communication

    Date: 25 February - 26 February 2016
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Level 4), Bolland Library, Frenchay Campus

    This is a two-day course designed to provide an environment in which you will practise shaping communication in order to disseminate your work in a variety of settings, whether traditional or incidental.

  • Using Microsoft Excel 2010 to Process Data

    Date: 01 March 2016
    Venue: Learning and Development Centre, IT Training Room 1, Exhibition and Conference Centre (ECC), UWE

    Microsoft Excel provides a number of powerful tools for data processing and working with lists. If you are looking for a simpler alternative to a major database or statistics application, then Excel is likely to provide everything you need.

  • First Steps to Small Group Teaching

    Date: 02 March 2016
    Venue: 4D24 (Level 4), Bolland Library, Frenchay Campus

    This session will explore the principles of teaching and learning, in the context of small group facilitation in laboratory-based teaching and/or seminars. It will provide opportunities to discuss how adults learn, using your research experience in the classroom and managing a group of learners.

  • Long Nineteenth-Century Network (LNCN) Research Paper Series

    Date: 02 March 2016
    Venue: Room 2S611, Frenchay Campus, UWE

    'School of Industry: Thug tourism, performance and the colonial subject' Dr Rehan Hyder (UWE)

  • Current knowledge of Bristolian

    Date: 02 March 2016
    Venue: Room 2S611, S Block, Frenchay Campus

    BCL Seminar Series - Richard Coates, UWE

  • Exploring the Complexities, Contradictions and Conflicts in the Criminal Law Responses to Prostitution

    Date: 02 March 2016
    Venue: Room 2B061, Frenchay Campus

    This presentation will focus on prostitution law and policy in England and Wales.

  • Researchers, HEFCE and the UWE Research Repository (March 2016)

    Date: 03 March 2016
    Venue: Room 4D24, Frenchay Campus Library

    Learn about the new changes in HEFCE requirements for researchers, and how to upload your own research outputs to the UWE Research Repository.

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