Category Archives: Research

Use of NECTAR…

We are currently in the process of implementing a Current Research Information System, named Pure, which will become the new platform that you engage with to upload your research outputs… And a whole lot more!

As part of this process, whilst the public facing side of NECTAR will remain, your use of it will come to an end!

I realise how busy you are with Waterside… So in a bid to make this an easier transition, from the 1st of August please do NOT put any items into NECTAR.

If you have a journal article or conference proceeding with an ISSN number that is accepted for publication from the 1st of August until Pure is launched, please email it to nectar@northampton.ac.uk and our team will ensure it is uploaded to meet HEFCE’s open access requirments for the REF (Research Excellence Framework). Please email as soon as it is accepted to allow our team adequate time to meet these requirements.

If you have any other research outputs accepted or published during this time, please hold on to them until Pure is launched! (Expected to launch late October).

Don’t be alarmed… Training will be given in how to use Pure – which is a much more user friendly platform than NECTAR in due course.

If you have any questions or concerns relating to this please email pure@northampton.ac.uk

The Research Support team will be wandering over to Waterside on the 1st of August… Our calendars are always up to date and open to all… So feel free to invite us to meetings at locations of your choice!

Many thanks

Dawn Hibbert

Head of Research Support

Research E-Bulletin – July 2018 (Issue 8)

All E-bulletin Images - JulyWelcome to the July issue of our Research e-bulletin.

Bringing all the Faculties and Institutes research news, upcoming events and information from across the RSB Office and The Graduate School.

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If you do not receive our monthly e-bulletin, but would like to please email the team at rsb@northampton.ac.uk

July 2018 – Research E-bulletin

Research E-Bulletin – June 2018 (Issue 7)

Welcome to the JuneAll E-bulletin Images - June issue of our Research e-bulletin.

Bringing all the Faculties and Institutes research news, upcoming events and information from across the RSB Office and The Graduate School.

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June 2018 – Research E-bulletin

Research E-Bulletin – May 2018 (Issue 6)

Welcome to the MayAll E-bulletin Images - May issue of our Research e-bulletin.

Bringing all the Faculties and Institutes research news, upcoming events and information from across the RSB Office and The Graduate School.

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May 2018 – Research E-bulletin

Research E-Bulletin – April 2018 (Issue 5)

Welcome to the April issue of our Research e-bulletin.

Bringing all the Faculties and Institutes research news, upcoming events and information from across the RSB Office and The Graduate School.

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April 2018 – Research E-bulletin

UoN’s new Research Conference – call for papers extended to 26th April!

All staff who conduct research and postgraduate researchers are invited to submit an abstract for the first joint Graduate School and Faculty Research Conference, which will be held on 20th and 21st June 2018. The conference offers a chance for researchers to present a paper, a poster or win a 3-minute thesis prize (PGRs only). The deadline for abstracts has been extended to Thursday 26th April.
https://tinyurl.com/UoNResearchconference2018

If you are an offsite postgraduate researcher you can submit a poster or recorded 3-Minute Thesis. Please see the call for papers for offsite students.

Please see the original Hub post for more information.

Finding the Right Funder

This interactive workshop is designed to help you navigate the funding landscape and will cover topics such as identifying the main sources of funding and winning tactics on how to increase your chance of success.  Facilitated by Karen Lewis, Bidding Manager for the Research and Strategic Bidding Office, the session is ideal if you have specific research ideas and would like help in finding external funding.

Wednesday, 25th April from 10am-12pm in the Boardroom on Avenue Campus

Registration is now open, please book your place here

Research E-Bulletin – March 2018 (Issue 4)

March - All E-bulletin Images

Welcome to the March issue of our Research e-bulletin.

Bringing all the Faculties and Institutes research news, upcoming events and information from across the RSB Office and The Graduate School.

Want to receive the e-bulletin?

If you do not receive our monthly e-bulletin, but would like to please email the team at rsb@northampton.ac.uk

March 2018 – Research E-bulletin

Santander Staff Research Award

Santander Universities LogoSantander funding is available for staff that require support for a research project.  The project should be aligned to the University or Faculty’s objectives, and have an international theme or connection with one or more of the countries listed on the application form.  The project should also be in collaboration with a current or potential Partner University.

There are 5 awards of £1,000 available.

Applications using this form should be submitted by 30 April 2018 to corinna.coleman@northampton.ac.uk

Further information can be obtained from
Corinna Coleman
Scholarships Administrator
Direct Line: 01604 893009
Email: corinna.coleman@northampton.ac.uk

Research Seminar – Conceptualising Learning and Teaching in Digital Age within UK Higher Education – Sue Watling

All Welcome:

Monday 19th February 12 pm to 1 pm – T-POD – Park Campus Library

Covering:

  • 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