How to be an effective researcher
A one-day workshop for postgraduate researchers in the first year of their doctorate drawing on the experience of their first few months. The course approaches the PhD as a project and engages with students to address issues of planning, time and resource management, problem solving and creativity. The supervisor and student relationship is also tackled, focusing on assertiveness and communication skills. This is a workshop focused training session and is only suitable for those who enjoy this kind of experiential learning.
Aims and Objectives
Enhance your effectiveness as a postgraduate researcher
Build upon understanding, skills and confidence in communication, problem solving, planning, leadership and assertiveness
Have a greater self-awareness of learning and working styles
- Tuesday, June 11, 2019
- 9:30am - 4:30pm
- Student Skills Centre Room 1, City Campus Library
- City Campus
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