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July 2019

Research Methods

July 10 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

The Teaching Research Methods Forum is organised by the Research Methods @ SHU Hallam Guild group, and is open to anyone involved in dissertation supervision or teaching research methods at any level. The forum provides an opportunity for members to meet together to discuss common challenges and share approaches to the design and delivery of research-focused teaching. The theme of the next forum is 'Encouraging Students to Engage with Research'. In this session, we will discuss the techniques we use…

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Consistently Outstanding Online Distance Learning – Collegiate

July 23 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
HC.0.14 United Kingdom + Google Map
Free

Come along and co-create operating standards for distance learning - Consistently Outstanding Online Distance Learning (COOL DL) After a very successful first meeting we would like to extend an invitation for two further events to develop an ever growing group of academic, technology and professional services staff for COOL DL. Here we will take some time to connect and share work that's going on across the university. This will be followed by a co-design workshop to draft COOL DL course design principles. The…

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September 2019

Developing authentic, interdisciplinary and collaborative assessment

September 5 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Free

This Hallam Guild Assessment for Applied Learning Forum (AfL) event offers the possibility of exploring and sharing practices with members of the Interdisciplinary Network for Research-Informed Assessment Practices. Programme 10.00 Welcome and Coffee 10.30-12.30 Workshop led by Prof Carol Evans (Birmingham University) and members of the Network exploring and sharing practices around authentic, interdisciplinary and collaborative assessment for applied learning. 12.30-1.30 Networking lunch with members of INRAP

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Staff Development Day – Assessment Behaviours & Outcomes

September 11 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Free

Applied clinical assessments are widely used across the Nursing & Midwifery and Allied Health Departments at both UG and PG levels. As someone involved in practical clinical assessments we would like to invite you to a staff development day designed to evaluate our current practice and consider approaches to practical assessments which may enhance our practice. Andrew Coleman, an external speaker with an extensive background in practical assessment will be facilitating the event. Please see Andrew's Biography here. Andrew has…

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Professors in Preparation Workshop

September 12 @ 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Free

Please find attached details of an upcoming Hallam Guild event taking place on 12th September. This workshop is aimed at colleagues aspiring to become professors through Teaching and Learning or Professional Practice routes. Participants will be given the opportunity to explore how they might develop their own narrative with peers and existing professors through these routes. Existing professors appointed through the Learning and Teaching or the Professional Practice routes will share their journey and experiences as well as provide some…

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Equity across the student life cycle: lessons from Australia

September 16 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Free

On Monday 16th September, Dr Andrew Harvey from La Trobe will be visiting Sheffield Hallam.  Andrew is the Director of the Centre for Higher Education Equity and Diversity Research at La Trobe and has published widely in areas of higher education policy, including student equity, admissions, retention, and globalisation.  For more information please access https://scholars.latrobe.edu.au/display/acharvey and https://www.latrobe.edu.au/cheedr. You are warmly invited to his lunchtime seminar at 12.30-2pm on the following topic areas: Equity across the student life cycle: lessons from…

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November 2019

Sheffield Hallam User Experience (SHUX)

November 6 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Free

Sheffield Hallam User Experience (SHUX) is a community of practice designed to bring together staff and students who have an interest in user experience (UX) and user-centred design. It provides a forum for individuals to share their knowledge, expertise and resources. To celebrate the launch of SHUX, we will be holding a free event, open to staff and students. This will be on Wednesday 6th November, 1.00 pm - 5.00 pm in Charles Street building. The event gives staff from…

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How to start your research

November 13 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cantor 9025 United Kingdom + Google Map
Free

The Hallam Guild Group Research Methods @SHU has just launched monthly 'Ideas Incubator' sessions. These are informal lunchtime meetings for SHU staff members designed to support staff, particularly those who do not have extensive research experience in developing their research. We aim to create a friendly space to share best practice and talk to other researchers from a variety of disciplines. We would like to invite staff from all SHU faculties who are interested in research methods or the research process to come and chat…

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Teaching Research Methods Forum

November 27 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Free

Finally, many of you have already attended our regular 'Teaching Research Methods Forums' open to anyone involved in dissertation supervision or teaching research methods at any level. Our next event, organised by Dr. Kerry McSeveny is titled 'Supporting Students with Literature Reviews'. We will be joined by Diana Ridley (Senior Lecturer in TESOL), who will talk about her book "The Literature Review: A step by step guide for students", and Kirsty Hemsworth (Academic Skills Advisor) who will outline the support available…

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December 2019

Qualitative Research – Teaching Methodology

December 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free

The Hallam Guild Group Research Methods @SHU has just launched monthly 'Ideas Incubator' sessions. These are informal lunchtime meetings for SHU staff members designed to support staff, particularly those who do not have extensive research experience in developing their research. We aim to create a friendly space to share best practice and talk to other researchers from a variety of disciplines. We would like to invite staff from all SHU faculties who are interested in research methods or the research process to come and chat…

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