The deadline for applications for the Mike Daniel Research Degree Scholarship is the 15th May 2015. Find out how you can apply.
Dr Mike Daniel was Pro Rector (Academic Quality) from 1993-2002 and played a major role in guiding the institution towards taught degree awarding powers and university college designation. At his untimely death in 2002 he was preparing the case for full university designation, friends and colleagues raised sufficient funds to create a research degree scholarship to be named after him.
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The School of Education have announced their seminar and colloquium programme for May 2014.
The details of each event are listed below, if you’d like to find out more, the posters for each are available to download at the bottom of this post.
The School of Education look forward to welcoming you to an event soon. Read the rest of this entry
(posted on behalf of Dr Ali Al-Sherbaz, Dr Wanda McCormick and Dr David Preece)
We are re-launching the University’s PhD Supervisor’s Forum.
The purpose of the forum is to enable doctoral supervisors to meet with colleagues from within and outside their disciplines, to share ideas and practice, to problem-solve with peers, to network and to have a nice lunch. Read the rest of this entry
Johnson Jament graduated with a PhD from The University of Northampton in 2009. His new book ‘Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in Indian Education’, based on his PhD research, has been published this month by Lambert Academic Publishing (LAP). Read the rest of this entry
A message from Georgina Dimmock, Head of Academic Liaison in Library and Learning Services:
The Skills Hub is a new open access resource from Library and Learning Services containing videos, guides, interactive tutorials and blog posts on study skills topics. The material covers an array of levels and is for use by students, schools, researchers and the community. Academic staff are welcome to link from within NILE to specific materials on the Skills Hub. Library staff will also be publicising and tweeting links to timely resources on the hub at targeted points throughout year.
You can visit the Skills Hub at http://skillshub.northampton.ac.uk
INTED2014 (8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference) will be held in Valencia (Spain), on the 10th, 11th and 12th of March, 2014.
This will be of interest for professionals in the area of Education, Technology, Innovation and New Learning Technologies.
This annual event brings together professionals in the field of Education and Technology. It will be an excellent opportunity to share your experiences and projects with educators and researchers from all parts of the world. The attendance of 700 participants from more than 75 countries is expected
The deadline for abstract submissions is December 5th, 2013
Abstracts should be submitted on-line at inted2014.org/online_submission
More information is available at: inted2014.org