Workshop 1: Dr Caterina Albano
REGISTRATION 1: The workshop gives an overview of the registration process and focuses on how to develop a registration proposal through a close consideration of the registration form.
Workshop 2: Dr Caterina Albano
REGISTRATION 2: The workshop builds on Registration 1 and focuses on subject area, contexts and contribution to knowledge. Students are invited to bring their registration draft for group discussion.
Workshop 3: Dr Caterina Albano
REGISTRATION 3: The workshop builds on Registration 1 and focuses on subject area, contexts and contribution to knowledge. Students are invited to bring their registration draft for group discussion.
Workshop 4: Prof. Jeremy Till
How to Read and Rite/The Contingent Researcher: Jeremy Till presents a double header, starting with some very basic, but necessary, observations on reading and writing, and then moving on to answer the question – how can good research possibly be contingent?
Workshop 5: Dr Caterina Albano
REGISTRATION 4: The workshop offers an opportunity for students to share their registration draft with others and discuss improvements.
Workshop 6: Dr Caterina Albano
REGISTRATION 5: The workshop offers an opportunity for students to share their registration draft with others and discuss improvements.
Workshop 7: Dr Jamie Brassett
TAKING CARE: This workshop will engage with some of the key issues involved with considering the ethics of one¹s research. We will consider ethics of some key cases, as well as discuss ethical matters in relation to our own projects.
Workshop 8: Dr Caterina Albano
TECHNE 1: The workshop is for continuing students who intend to apply to TECHNE. The workshop gives a brief overview of the application process and focuses on how to write an application. Students are invited to bring a draft application for group discussion.
Workshop 9: Lucy Ashdown
HOW TO SEARCH E-RESOURCES: Lucy Ashdown, Academic Support Librarian for Post-Graduate Students, leads a workshop on library e-resources and how to access other resources.
Workshop 10: Dr Caterina Albano
TECHNE 2: The workshop is for continuing students who intend to apply to TECHNE. The workshop focuses on TECHNE applications and students are invited to bring their working draft for group discussion and help with any queries.
Workshop 11: Dr Caterina Albano
REGISTRATION 6: The workshop offers an opportunity for students to share their registration draft with others and discuss improvements.
Workshop 12: Dr Caterina Albano
CONFIRMATION 1: The workshop focuses on an overview of what the written document for confirmation entails (e.g. abstract, thesis chapter plan, contextual review etc) and how to shape them. Confirmation 1 looks at abstract and chapter plan. Students are invited to bring their drafts for group discussion.
Workshop 13: Dr Caterina Albano
CONFIRMATION 2: The workshop builds on Conformation 1 and focuses on the structuring of the contextual review. Students are invited to bring a draft for group discussion.
Workshop 14: Dr Caterina Albano and Dr Rebecca Ross
VISUAL CONCEPTUALISATION OF THE RESEARCH: Dr Catherine Dixon will lead this workshop that explores visual means of conceptualization.
Workshop 15: Prof Tom Corby
EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT PRACTICE BASED RESEARCH: Prof Tom Corby, Associate Dean of Research at CSM, will lead this workshop on practice based research.
Workshop 16: Dr Caterina Albano
STRUCTURING A PHD DISSERTATION: The workshop focuses on how to shape a PhD thesis by looking at different examples and ways to integrate theory and practice, documentation, methodology and contextual review.
Workshop 17: Stephanie Meece
UAL ONLINE REPOSITORY: The workshop introduces the UAL research online digital repository (UALRO) and its relevance to PhD students (all years). It provides important information about publication, copyright etc. The workshop is led by Stephanie Meece, Scholarly Communications Manager.
Workshop 18: Dr Caterina Albano
Viva: The workshop is an opportunity for students leading to completion to share their experience and discuss what to expect for the viva. An alumnus who recently completed will be invited to share their own experience.
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