Epigeum Online Training

Epigeum Online Training

SHU staff and students have access to a number of online courses provided by Epigeum / Oxford University Press hosted on an external platform https://courses.epigeum.com/. To access the courses listed below you will need to register for an account using your shu.ac.uk email address and enter the relevant token. You do not need to pay for these courses. Please see here for details on how to do this. The course hyperlinks below will work once you are logged in (they work best in Chrome, Firefox or Edge).

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Introduction to Research Skills

  • The importance of skills training and features of the Research Skills programme (60 mins)

Becoming an Ethical Researcher (150 mins)

  • Ethical decision-making
  • Underpinning values for ethical research
  • Ethical concerns associated with different forms of research
  • Ethical concerns associated with different research methods and activities

Research Ethics in Practice (105 minutes)

  • Working with human participants
  • Understanding research ethics approval
  • Working ethically in challenging circumstances
  • Working ethically in a global environment

Research Integrity, Second Edition

Enhancing Research Impact 

  • An introduction to research impact (55 mins)
  • The research impact process (120 mins)
  • Tools and techniques for research impact (155 mins)
  • Writing about impact:  Guidance and templates (55 mins)

Research Methods, Second Edition

Transferable Skills

  • Getting published in the arts (150 mins)
  • Getting published in the sciences (120 mins)
  • Intellectual property in the research context (150 mins)
  • Career planning in the sciences (150 mins)
  • Career planning in the arts, humanities and social sciences (150 mins)
  • Working with your supervisor (120 mins)
  • Managing your research project (180 mins)
  • Conferences, presenting and networking (120 mins)

Entrepreneurship in the research context

  • Academic entrepreneurship:  An introduction (150 mins)
  • Entrepreneurial opportunities:  Recognition and evaluation (180 mins)
  • Entrepreneurial resources:  People, teams and finance (180 mins)

Professional Skills for Research Leaders

  • PSRL – Introduction (90 mins)
  • Developing and consolidating your research career (165 mins)
  • Funding your research (120 mins)
  • Managing a research team (180 mins)
  • Research collaboration (150 mins)
  • Communicating your research (210 mins)

Statistical Methods – Biomedical Sciences / Business / Engineering / Natural Sciences / Social Sciences

  • Introduction – Statistics in the context of research (135 mins)
  • Thinking statistically – Describing data well (105 mins)
  • Thinking statistically – Making good generalisations (115 mins)
  • Which hypothesis test should I use? (108 mins)
  • Statistical modelling (101 mins)
  • Analysis of categorical data (91 mins)
  • Conclusion:  Putting your skills into practice (86 mins)

Supervising Doctoral Studies

  • Introduction:  The doctoral context (60 mins)
  • Attracting and selecting doctoral applicants (75 mins)
  • Approaching supervision (75 mins)
  • Setting your candidate on the right course (90 mins)
  • Managing progress (105 mins)
  • Expectations and preparing for examination (90 mins)
  • Issues in supervision (90 mins)
  • Continuing your supervisory development (60 mins)
  • Conclusion:  Practice scenarios and full programme resources (25 mins)

 Teaching and Development

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Teaching Online (960 minutes)

  • Introduction to teaching online
  • Mastering online pedagogy
  • Designing and developing your online course
  • Being a successful online teacher
  • Using technology tools for teaching online
  • Studying online – a guide for students

University Teaching: Core Skills (replaces University and College Teaching)

Strand 1: Introduction: Your Role in University Teaching and Learning (56 minutes)

  • Thinking about teaching
  • The higher education context
  • Your training needs

Strand 2: Planning and Preparing Learning Activities (241 minutes)

  • Introduction to key principles
  • Planning and contextualising
  • Approaches to active learning
  • Active learning for online or blended delivery
  • Developing learning resources

Strand 3: Teaching and Supporting Learning (80 minutes)

  • Engaging and motivating learners
  • Group work that works
  • Laboratory and practical settings
  • Environments outside of the university

Strand 4: Assessment and Feedback (94 minutes)

  • Assessment for learning
  • Feedback
  • Marking and grading

Strand 5: Addressing Barriers to Student Success (75 minutes)

  • Including all students
  • Supporting students’ wellbeing
  • Looking after yourself and looking out for others

Strand 6: Reviewing your Teaching (68 minutes)

  • Evaluating your teaching
  • Rethinking and redesigning
  • Milestones and pathways for professional development

Teaching and Assessment for Nursing and Allied Health Educators (309 minutes)

  • Clinical teaching and learning
  • Clinical assessment, feedback and evaluation