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  1. Training for New PGR Supervisors

    Audience: Academic staff, External, Research staff, Research supervisors

    Date: Thursday 28 March 2024

    Times: 14.00 to 16.00

    Programme: Academic Staff Development Programme

  1. NVivo (day 1): Introducing the software and qualitative analysis

    Audience: PG research, PG taught

    Date: Thursday 28 March 2024

    Times: 13.00 to 15.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Programme: MSkills

    Key details: Online event. Demystify NVivo to carry out efficient, timely and organised qualitative analysis. You must install NVivo ahead of time (see Apps Anywhere) and register for both days of this two part training.

  1. Submitting your final thesis to the Library: What you need to know

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Friday 29 March 2024

    Times: 14.00 to 15.30

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: An essential workshop for all St Andrews research postgraduate students. This event will take place online via Microsoft Teams.

  1. NVivo (day 2): Advanced features and customising your approach

    Audience: PG research, PG taught

    Date: Friday 29 March 2024

    Times: 13.00 to 15.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Programme: MSkills

    Key details: Online event. This is the second day of this workshop. Demystify NVivo to carry out efficient, timely and organised qualitative analysis. (Part 1 required before part 2.) You must install NVivo before the workshop (see Apps Anywhere)

  1. Booking available from Wednesday 6 March 2024

    Submitting your final thesis to the Library: What you need to know

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Wednesday 10 April 2024

    Times: 10.00 to 11.30

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: An essential workshop for all St Andrews research postgraduate students. This event will take place online via Microsoft Teams.

  1. Booking available from Wednesday 6 March 2024

    Research data: why, when and how to publish them

    Audience: Academic staff, PG research, PG taught, Professional staff, Research staff, Research supervisors

    Date: Thursday 11 April 2024

    Times: 14.00 to 16.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: Microsoft Teams. Find out how to publish your research data to increase your visibility, choose an appropriate licence and understand funders' requirements on data sharing.

  1. Booking available from Wednesday 6 March 2024

    An introduction to Endnote

    Audience: PG research, PG taught

    Date: Friday 12 April 2024

    Times: 10.00 to 12.00

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: EndNote x20 is a sophisticated referencing service, particularly suited for PhD students. It can be used in conjunction with the web-based version EndNote Web.

  1. Data management plans: writing workshop for first year reviews

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Wednesday 24 April 2024

    Times: 09.30 to 11.30

    Key details: Live in-classroom session. This workshop provides a devoted study space and in-person support for writing the mandatory first-year review data management plans.

  1. Booking available from Wednesday 20 March 2024

    Research data underpinning theses: requirements and submission process

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Wednesday 24 April 2024

    Times: 14.00 to 15.30

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: Find out how to submit research data/digital outputs that underpin your thesis, including how request an embargo and how to deposit them in Pure, the institutional repository.

  1. Booking available from Wednesday 3 April 2024

    Preparing for your Viva

    Audience: PG research

    Date: Tuesday 7 May 2024

    Times: 13.30 to 16.30

    Programme: GRADskills

    Key details: This workshop will run online. Demystify the viva process - a workshop for final year students in all disciplines.