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  1. Academic Development Community Focus Group (in person)

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Tuesday 5 March 2024

    Times: 13.00 to 14.00

    Key details: Focus group to contribute to research and evaluation of the Academic Development Community. This is only open to students who have attended an Academic English Language or Study Skills tutorial with AES/CEED in the last semester. Lunch provided.

  1. EndNote: an introduction

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024

    Times: 11.30 to 13.00

    Key details: Online class via Microsoft Teams. Introductory class for students new to EndNote. EndNote can be used on a PC or Mac to store the references that you have used and insert them into your work in the correct style.

  1. EndNote: an introduction

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Monday 11 March 2024

    Times: 14.00 to 15.30

    Key details: This class is taught in person. Introductory class for students new to EndNote. EndNote can be used on a PC or Mac to store the references that you have used and insert them into your work in the correct style.

  1. Referencing and citing at university

    Audience: UG

    Date: Tuesday 12 March 2024

    Times: 17.15 to 18.15

    Programme: U-Skills

    Key details: This interactive workshop will help you build your confidence in referencing and citing at university level.

  1. Academic Development Community Focus Group (virtual- Teams)

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Tuesday 12 March 2024

    Times: 13.00 to 14.00

    Key details: Focus group to contribute to research and evaluation of the Academic Development Community. This is only open to students who have attended an Academic English Language or Study Skills tutorial with AES/CEED in the last semester.

  1. Writing conference abstracts, proposals and bios

    Audience: PG research, PG taught

    Date: Wednesday 13 March 2024

    Times: 13.00 to 14.30

    Programme: GRADskills

    Programme: MSkills

    Key details: In this workshop, we will look at techniques to help you navigate how to write conference Abstracts and Proposals. We will reflect on their purpose while analysing examples to better understand the characteristics of successful Abstracts and Proposals. We

  1. PGT Writing: Editing and proofreading

    Audience: PG taught

    Date: Tuesday 19 March 2024

    Times: 17.15 to 18.30

    Key details: An informal workshop to improve your confidence in writing at PGT level.

  1. EndNote: an introduction

    Audience: PG research, PG taught, UG

    Date: Friday 29 March 2024

    Times: 11.30 to 13.00

    Key details: Online class via Microsoft Teams. Introductory class for students new to EndNote. EndNote can be used on a PC or Mac to store the references that you have used and insert them into your work in the correct style.