Are you a researcher or higher degree by research candidate looking to further your learning and development? Our upcoming online workshops this April will provide you with vital skills for your research career.
This month we also have two new workshops on offer following feedback received from previous workshop participants!
Which workshops are being offered?
5 April: Discover large, interdisciplinary, layered datasets to support your research with External Research Datasets.
*NEW* 6 April: Our workshop on Conveying your argument in academic writing will teach you to develop a clear argument in your writing and identify arguments in the writing of others.
6 April: What are the publishing requirements during your PhD and how can you ensure that you meet them? Get informed with Publishing during your PhD.
7 April: Explore methods and tools to create publication quality visualisations of structured, tabular data using our Data Visualisation Basics online training resources, then attend the Q&A session.
7 April: Learn the tricks for applying consistent formatting and managing long documents efficiently from our Formatting your Thesis online resource, then attend the Q&A session.
13 April: Complete the tutorial and attend the EndNote Q&A to learn the basics of managing your references.
20 April: Navigating the Publishing Maze for Environment and Science Early Career Researchers will introduce you to common strategies to resolve issues involved with academic publishing.
20 April: Examine Copyright, Publishing and Open Access Considerations in this comprehensive workshop.
*NEW* 26 April: Navigating the Publishing Maze for Humanities and Social Science Early Career Researchers will introduce you to common strategies to resolve issues involved with academic publishing.
How do I join a workshop?
Register on the event page of the workshop you’d like to attend. All researcher workshops can be accessed via the Researcher Education and Development calendar.
Registrations close the day before each workshop—to register after that time please email the Researcher Education and Development (RED) team for assistance.