The Skills Centre, Library Research Support Team and Doctoral School have put together a collection of workshops focused on various stages of the doctoral research lifecycle. From getting on top of the relevant literature and managing your data, to honing your writing and editing skills and disseminating your findings.
These 1-hour sessions will give you some key tips and strategies to try out and discuss with peers. They are all bookable via unihub and you can attend as many or as few as you choose. They will be repeated in the new academic year.
- Finding and managing information
Wednesday 7th August, 11-12, Norfolk 504
- Reading and Synthesis for your Doctorate
Monday 12th August, 11-12, Adsetts Library, Skills Centre classroom (6515)
- Managing research data
Monday 19th August, 2-3pm, Norfolk 504
- Critical Writing for your doctorate
Wednesday 28th August, 11-12, Adsetts Library, Skills Centre classroom (6515)
- Editing techniques for your doctorate
Tuesday 3rd September, 2-3pm, Adsetts Library, Skills Centre classroom (6515)
- Your finished thesis
Thursday 12th September, 4-5pm, Adsetts Library seminar room 6613
- Getting published
Tuesday 17th September, 10-11am, Adsetts Library seminar room 6613