The Eleanor Glanville is launching editalks on the 22nd February 2018!
You are no doubt familiar with TED talks? In 2018, the Eleanor Glanville Centre will begin a series of editalks – ‘Research in Discussion’ – which will bridge the link between research and industry.
Join us as academics from across the University of Lincoln chat with practitioner and partners in industry about the impact and real world application of their research.
The first talk of the series ‘Supporting Fathers Better’ brings together Dr Anna Tarrant from the School of Social & Political Sciences and Health Visitor Leanne Mchugh NHS
Supporting fathers better: an academic and health visitor in conversation
- Thursday 22nd February
- 12:15 – 12:35
- University of Lincoln, David Chiddick Building
You can book your ticket HERE
For more information please visit our the Eleanor Glanville Centre website:
The Lincoln Academy of Learning and Teaching (LALT), has announced a series of teaching and learning events to take place over the coming term.
These events are unique in offering discussion around university practice with senior teaching and learning figures, combined with practical advice and tips from current teaching staff in various disciplines.
If you are a Postgraduate Research Student who teaches you will be able to attend the workshops listed below. Please book onto the session via the instructions on the page.
|Introduction for New Staff 10 – 11 am Tuesday 24 October|
|Giving Feedback Well 10 – 11 am Wednesday 1 November|
|Ensuring All Student Learn 10 – 11 am Monday 6 November|
|Marking Fast and Fair 10 – 11 am Tuesday 28 November|
|Briefing on New Module Evaluation Questions 12 noon – 1 pm Wednesday 29 November|
|Giving Feedback Well 3 – 4 pm Thursday 30 November|
|How to Get the Best from all Students 2 – 3 pm Monday 4 December|
|NSS Process and Expectations 1 – 2 pm Wednesday 6 December|
|Consultation Event on Possible Changes to Exam Board 10 – 11 am Wednesday 13 December|
All researchers will encounter peer review during their career, both as an author of research papers, books, fellowship applications or grants and as an expert who has been asked to review one of these documents. This workshop will introduce researchers to the peer review system, the process, the complexities, the responsibilities of the author and the reviewer and how to get the most out of the experience.
The library currently delivers a number of academic development workshops specifically for postgraduate research students. Book now onto the library’s upcoming workshop: Introduction to RefWorks.