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  • How to get started with critical writing

    Date: 14 March 2017
    Venue: Room 2D09, Glenside Campus

    Workshop: Learn how to make your writing less descriptive and more critical

    This workshop will be suitable for Levels 1 and 2 students.

  • Top Tips for Essay Writing

    Date: 14 March 2017
    Venue: Room 3D42, Frenchay Campus

    This session is delivered by Academic Success PAL leaders. PAL leaders will offer tips and insights that will help you write more effectively and successfully.

  • How to plan your writing

    Date: 14 March 2017
    Venue: Room 1B11b, City Campus, Bower Ashton Studios

    Workshop: Learn how to generate ideas and how to plan and structure an academic assignment.

  • Quaker Meeting

    Date: 14 March 2017
    Venue: The Quiet Room, UWE Community Hub, Frenchay Campus

    The Quaker meeting is an opportunity for shared silence in the Quaker tradition and is open to those of all faiths and none.

    The event is free.

  • Exile and Migration: Films and Debate

    Date: 14 March 2017
    Venue: The Trinity Centre, Bristol

    This is a free event organised by Drs Dave Green and Michal Nahman, sociologists at The University of the West of England (UWE). The aim is to bring you together with people from local communities, organisations and academics to think about and discuss issues faced by migrants and the problems and opportunities posed by immigration, asylum and refugees.

  • Financial Capability Module: Workshop Three

    Date: 15 March 2017
    Venue: Room 4E05, Frenchay Campus

    Dealing with the unexpected expenditure: What to do if things go wrong financially, credit rating and dealing with debt.

  • How to plan your writing

    Date: 15 March 2017
    Venue: Room 4AF012, City Campus. Arnolfini.

    Workshop: Learn how to generate ideas and how to plan and structure an academic assignment.

  • How to improve your critical writing

    Date: 15 March 2017
    Venue: Room 4D24, Frenchay Campus Library

    Workshop: Learn how to build an argument and develop an appropriate 'voice'.

    This will be useful if you are undertaking postgraduate study or if you have been told that you need to be more critical in your writing. This workshop will be suitable for Level 3 and postgraduate students.

  • How to search effectively: database searching and RefWorks

    Date: 15 March 2017
    Venue: Room 2D09, Glenside Campus

    Workshop: Learn to search the subject databases and use RefWorks to manage your references. The focus of this session will be on health and social care related databases.

  • How to reference and avoid plagiarism

    Date: 16 March 2017
    Venue: Room AW111, Gloucester Campus

    Workshop: Learn what constitutes plagiarism and how to avoid it when writing - through good summarising, paraphrasing and referencing.

  • How to plan your writing

    Date: 16 March 2017
    Venue: Room AW305, Gloucester Campus

    Workshop: Learn how to generate ideas and how to plan and structure an academic assignment.

  • 'Welcome to Britain?' Black GIs in Bristol and the South West during World War II

    Date: 16 March 2017
    Venue: M Shed, bristol

    This talk will examine the way in which the war highlighted race issues among Americans and the British population in Bristol and the South West between 1941 and 1945.

  • Copyright and your thesis

    Date: 16 March 2017
    Venue: Room 4D24 (Level 4 of Library), Frenchay Campus

    This workshop will help researchers become familiar with the copyright implications of making your thesis publically available and how to properly seek permission to use materials in this format.

  • Thinking through Making at UWE Bristol: Thinking by the Book

    Date: 16 March 2017
    Venue: Arnolfini, Bristol

    Artist and Researcher Sarah Bodman, Programme Leader MA Multidisciplinary Printmaking at UWE Bristol, discusses some contemporary examples of artists working within the format of the book, and how they develop these intricate, narrative-based artworks.

    From Dmitry Sayenko's 'primeval' image-text works, Tim Mosely's sensory exploration of the printed page in 'Kanage Pholu Wanda', to the hand embroidered 'String Theory' series by Candace Hicks; artists' books offer a means of exploring thinking and making through structure, touch and pace as intimate, hand held, narrative artworks

  • Be Your Own Boss 8: Have You Protected Your Ideas? An Intellectual Property Overview for Start-Ups

    Date: 16 March 2017
    Venue: Frenchay Campus

    Be Your Own Boss (BYOB) is a series of workshops to help you develop commercial awareness. Ideal for developing skills such as creativity, commercial awareness, presentation, networking and leadership, all of which aim to improve your employability and business acumen. Staff and students welcome.

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