Category Archives: Lectures & seminars
You are warmly invited to a PhD Transfer Seminar hosted by the Faculty of Health and Society. The event is being held on Wednesday 6th February 2019 in Room 404 of the Senate Building. For further details please see details to the left. Any questions can be addressed to Michelle Pyer by email: email@example.com
Researchers whose studies involve quantitative data might be interested in a research seminar on “Understanding Statistics” hosted by the FHS, Health Sciences and Services Research Centre. The seminar is facilitated by Professor Jackie Campbell and Dr Michelle Pyer and is a great opportunity for all pgr students and UoN Staff members to gain a general understanding of statistical methods and the basic concepts, techniques and results of quantitative data analysis. For more details about the seminar and how to book, please see the link.
The Faculty of Health and Society, Psychology & Social Sciences Research Centre are hosting a research seminar entitled: publishing in academic journals: navigating the peer review system facilitated by Dr Rachel Maunder. The seminar will take place on Thursday 17th January 2019, 2.15pm-4pm in Senate 401. All pgr students and researchers who want to publish their research in academic journal are welcome to attend. To book please see the link.
Soumia El Mestari, a PhD student at Regent University is having her transfer seminar on Friday, 11 January 2019 in Senate Boardroom 405. Please see more details of the presentation, in the poster below. All Welcome
Tracey Latham-Green, Postgraduate Researcher from Marketing and Entrepreneurship. will be presenting her Transfer Seminar on Monday 29th October from 12-1 at Senate Boardroom 405. Please book your place here.
Tracey will be presenting on the social impact of driven game shooting.
Abstract: Driven game shooting (DGS) is a controversial topic area, with those fundamentally for and against shooting sports of any kind. There has been considerable research into the environmental and some into the economic impacts of DGS but very little into the social impacts. Read the rest of this entry
If you’ve ever wondered about the reasons behind the support LLS (Library and Learning Services) offer students and staff at the University… But haven’t got the time to spend the whole day in a conference… Choose a session that suits… and join us in Cottesbrooke for 30 min to an hour!
09:30 – 11:00: Morning Plenary Session [ C101 ]
● Welcome from Nick Petford, Vice Chancellor of the University of Northampton
● Chris Powis – Tall Shelves and Ladders: student perceptions of the library
● Rob Howe, Vicky Brown and Julie Usher – Understanding the student
● Paul Rice and Rob Farmer – Evaluating the effectiveness of a quiz in an educational video
11:15 – 12:00: Parallel Session 1 [ C203 ]
● Richard Byles – Advocating active blended learning through video case studies
● Joanne Farmer and Hannah Woods – Digital value: some reflections
on Resources Week at the University of Northampton
● Vicky Brown – Electronic Evidence & Expression: Evaluating the efficacy of and support for ePortfolio systems at UoN
11:15 – 12:00 Parallel Session 2 [ C101 ]
● Kate Coulson and Alison Loddick – Using Research to Grow a Service
● Rob Howe and Jim Atkinson – Exploring staff digital competencies
12:00 – 13:00: Panel Discussion [ C101 ]
● Chris Powis (chair), Cheryl Gardner, Sheryl Mansfield, Lisa Anderson,Dawn Hibbert
14:00 – 15:00: Parallel Session 3 [ C203 ]
● Susannah Quinsee – Citizen Researcher
14:00 – 15:00: Parallel Session 4 [ C101 ]
● Rob Howe – Enhancing the student experience through the use of NILE (Blackboard) templates – where is Wally?
● Sam Thomas – ‘How can I help?’ What impact does our language have on student perception, understanding and the development of academic skills?
● Gillian Siddall, Cheryl Gardner and Emily Oakley – Evaluating online reading lists – the student experience
● Al Holloway – Everybody deserves a captioned video]
15:20 – 16:30: Afternoon Plenary Session [ C101 ]
● Nick Dimmock – Off the shelf: thesis digitisation in LLS
● Kate Swinton – UNPAC – Take 2
● Dr Cleo Cameron – Implementing ERM: Electronic Resource Management or Extremely Riddlesome Matter?
● Dawn Hibbert – Do we really need a CRIS?
Alicia de Barry and Hawa Khan are having their transfer seminars soon, please do go and support them, details are below.
Alicia de Barry: Childhood, Femininity and Masculinity in Andrew Lang’s Fairy Tale Series (1889 – 1910), on 9th May at 10-11am in MR34 (Maidwell Building, Avenue Campus).
Hawa Khan: Islamic perspective on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Challenges and Experience of caregivers of children with ASD in the Muslim Community in an East Midlands city. on the 16th May from 12-1pm in S036 (Sulgrave Building, Park Campus).
Research Seminar – Conceptualising Learning and Teaching in Digital Age within UK Higher Education – Sue Watling
Monday 19th February 12 pm to 1 pm – T-POD – Park Campus Library
- thinking about how staff conceptualise the pedagogic shift from F2F to online environments
- exploring how an experiential approach to online teacher education can influence the adoption of technology enhanced learning design
- considering how the Community of Inquiry model can support the development of digital capital
Alasdair Gordon-Finlayson will be leading a discussion on ‘Theoretical sampling’ on Tuesday 6th Feb at 1pm in Sulgrave S017. This is a great opportunity for researchers using GT to learn more about this important key component of grounded theory. If you would like to attend, or be on the Grounded Theory Forum mail list, please contact Sarah Neill.