Tag: research

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PACE Community of Practice: Social Networks and Early Graduate Careers

A. Prof. Kate Lloyd, Dr. Matalena Tofa, and Dr. Chris Bilsland share some of the findings from a multi-institutional study on how graduates in business and creative industries engage with social networks and networking early in their careers.

/ 24 October, 2019
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PACE Community of Practice: Save the Date: Addressing child marriage in Nepal

María Amigó, a PACE academic, shares her findings and experience of conducting evaluation research for one of PACE’s international partners, Restless Development Nepal. This is an example of how the PACE program can be leveraged to create research opportunities for...

/ 7 August, 2019

The two-fold benefit of inviting researchers into MRes Units

The learning and teaching issue for Ben and Danè are two sides of the same coin: How to encourage invited guest researchers to deliver a presentation that is meaningful for student learning; and facilitating a valuable student learning opportunity delivered...

/ 3 May, 2019
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Looking To Engage Your Students (and everyone else) With Your Research?

Some ideas to package research differently and boost the impact of your research ideas in your teaching practice and beyond.

/ 30 November, 2017
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Ten Easy Ways to put Research And Inquiry Into Units – FAQs

Over the last ten weeks Emeritus Professor Angela Brew presented ten simple suggestions to help you change your units or parts of your units to develop students’ research skills and competencies that you can adapt to suit your particular context. Here is...

/ 10 August, 2017
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Ten Easy Ways To Put Research And Inquiry Into Units (3/10)

This series of posts presents ten simple suggestions to help you change your units or parts of your units to develop students’ research skills and competencies that you can adapt to suit your particular context.

/ 8 June, 2017
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Engaging first-year students in research: An example from the Netherlands

Mayke Vereijken, PhD Candidate from Leiden University in The Netherlands, on how to engage first-year students in research through their learning activities, appropriate to discipline.

/ 7 June, 2017
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Ten Easy Ways To Put Research And Inquiry Into Units (2/10)

This series of posts presents ten simple suggestions to help you change your units or parts of your units to develop students’ research skills and competencies that you can adapt to suit your particular context.

/ 31 May, 2017