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Replacement Learning Events
Domain: A1 Knowledge base

The Doctoral Academy is working hard to find alternates to support PGR students during the Covid-19 lock-down.

This a one stop list of Replacement Learning Events that are now available.

We are in communication with many of our presenters about setting up alternative remote learning opportunities. Some via Webinars on set dates and others online via a link sent out after bookings. The list and links below will be updated frequently when we have replacements for our popular sessions or we gain access to other sessions you can book onto.

Where available the original session descriptions have been updated with a selection of external learning resources related to the subject that you may find useful. For more information on identifying and accessing online learning resources, click here

As we don’t currently have physical space for research students across campus/disciplines to connect, we have set up some social communities to keep the PGR community connected. These include weekly Twitter Chats, MS Teams, and the Doctoral Academy blog with a range of advice and tips.

Follow the links below to find out more information and to express your interest or book a place on replacement learning events arranged by the Doctoral Academy.

* Mentoring and Coaching - Virtual Coaching
* Practical Project Management for Your Research - Online Module
* Be a Better Writer - Online Module
* Data Clinic
* Health and Wellbeing Resources and Workshops
* SPSS: An Introduction - Online via Teams
* * * Focus On Writing Week - 1 - 5 June * * *
* Academic Writing: Reduce Anxiety - Webinar - Monday, 1 June
* Writing & Structuring an Effective Thesis - Webinar - Monday, 1 June
* English for Research Writing (Non-native Speakers) - Five week Tuesday series starting 2 June
* The PhD Viva (Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences): Webinar - Tuesday, 2 June
* What Should a Literature Review Do? - Webinar - Tuesday, 2 June
* Academic Writing: Reduce Anxiety - Webinar - Wednesday, 3 June
* Writing Effectively - Webinar - Wednesday, 3 June
* Writers' Retreat: Online - Thursday, 4 June
* Word: Working with Long Documents, Microsoft - Webinar - Friday, 5 June
* Word: Working with Long Documents, Microsoft - Webinar - Monday, 8 June
* R Package for Statistical Analysis: Intermediate - Webinar - Wednesday, 10 June
* Researching and Writing a Literature Review in the Social Sciences: An Introduction - Via Teams
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Writers' Retreat: Online - Thursday, 18 June
* R Package for Statistical Analysis: An Introduction - Webinar - Thursday, 18 June
* Word: Working with Long Documents, Microsoft - Webinar - Tuesday, 23 June
* R Package for Statistical Analysis: An Introduction - Webinar - Thursday, 25 June
* Writing a Literature Review in the Sciences - Webinar - Monday, 29 June
* Writing and Publishing Your Research (Sciences) - Webinar - Tuesday, 30 June
* Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) Virtual Competition - Tuesday, 30 June - Deadline for entries is Friday, 19 June
* R Package for Statistical Analysis: Intermediate - Webinar - Wednesday, 1 July
* Word: Working with Long Documents, Microsoft - Webinar - Thursday, 2 July
* Recognition as a Teacher in Higher Education - Individual Route: Coaching Session

Handouts for a limited number of sessions that cannot be replaced have been made available by the presenters, by request only. These are EndNote Desktop: For Experienced Users, Mendeley: An Introduction and Zotero: a Free Alternative to EndNote

Follow the links below to find out more information on replacement learning events arranged by externals.

* Collection: FutureLearn - English Language, Preparation, and Study Skills courses
* The Institute of Leadership & Management - Daily Webinar Series
* Virtual Writers Group
* Vitae Live Lectures - Intellectual Property for Research for Art, Humanities and Social Sciences researchers - Monday, 1 June
* Vitae Live Lectures - Intellectual Property for Research Virtual Live Lecture for STEM researchers - Friday, 5 June

Updated - 29/05/2020

Presenters
* Various Resources


Sessions
For more information follow the links.