WORKSHOPS 2018 (ARCHIVE)

Working with School Teachers to Create Impact - Introduction

When: Monday 22 October, 10:00-11:30
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, College of Arts Office
Description: This workshop, led by Dauvit Broun and Joanna Tucker, introduces an ArtsLab scheme with Education Scotland which has 12 projects completed since it was begun in 2014. The scheme has been developed to fit with new ideas about 4* impact. Come and find out about the scheme, and whether you would like to get involved.


Introduction to Collaborative Projects and Developing an Effective Research Proposal (Two workshops available)

When (1): Tuesday 30 October, 15:30-17:00
When (2): Wednesday 5 December, 09:30-11:00
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by Arts Lab Director Professor Dauvit Broun


Introduction to Data Management (including storage and management of electronic research notebooks, and the data management plan in AHRC project proposals) (Two

When (1): Tuesday 30 October, 14:00-15:30
When (2): Wednesday 5 December, 11:00-12:30
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by Valerie McCutcheon, Research Information Manager & DMA Team members, and Brian Aitken.


Developing International Networks

When: Thursday 1 November, 11:00-12:00
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop in which staff with experience of international collaboration (especially beyond Europe and North America) discuss their experiences of developing an international network, and some of the ‘dos’ and ‘don'ts’ to look out for.


Understanding 4* Research and How to Achieve It (Two workshops available)

When (1): Thursday 1 November, 12:00-13:30
When (2): Thursday 6 December, 11:00-12:30
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by ArtsLab Director Professor Dauvit Broun.


Understanding and Influencing College and School Strategies

When: Thursday 1 November, 14:00-15:00
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by Arts Lab Director Professor Dauvit Broun with (provisionally) Professor Dimitris Eleftheriotis, Head of School of Cultural and Creative Arts (until 1 October).


Balancing Researching and Teaching: A Guide for Lecturers

When: Thursday 1 November, 15:00-16:30
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by Dr Karin Bowie, Deputy Dean of Learning & Teaching. This session is aimed at Grade 7 and 8 Lecturers on the R&T or TLS track. With the promotion criteria for Grade 8 and 9 in mind, we will discuss how to think strategically about teaching and leadership in teaching, how to generate evidence for your promotion application, and how to balance these activities with your research.


Unlocking the Potential for Impact from your Research

When: Friday 2 November, 11:00-12:00
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by Dr Fraser Rowan, College Knowledge Exchange & Impact Manager. All research can have impact. Let’s not confuse that with ‘All research can (should) be a REF impact case study’. Key to driving impact is understanding the potential of your research and knowing who might reap benefit from your research. Attending this workshop will assist you to better understand the role of the stakeholder (non-academic partner) in the delivery of impact and the communities of interest that your research might affect.


Introduction to Research Funding

When: Friday 2 November, 12:00-13:30
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by Arts Lab Director Professor Dauvit Broun & Michael McGuigan of the UofG EU Team


Staff Profiles: Thinking about our Online Presence and How to Improve It

When: Thursday 22 November, 10:30-12:00
Where: Library, Room 1022 (Level 10)
Description: Your University Staff Profile will almost certainly be the first thing people find when they search for you on the web. Is your profile up to date and does it give the right impression about you, your work and your interests? Finding time to update your profile can be difficult; this session will give you the opportunity to get away from your desk and focus on improving your staff profile with hands-on support to help you edit and upload using T4. The workshop will start with a very short presentation looking at some good examples of staff profiles and then move into an instructor-led session on using T4 to make changes to your Profile, with hands-on support.


Fellowships I: Choosing a Funder

When: Thursday 4 December, 11:00-12:00
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: This workshop, led by Faye Hammill, presents the British Academy, Leverhulme, UKRI and AHRC fellowship schemes, to help you choose the most appropriate funder for your project.


Fellowships II: (AHRC Leadership Fellowship ECR & Normal Route)

When: Tuesday 4 December, 12:00-13:00
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop by Dauvit Broun and Head of College of Arts Research Support, Ashley Theunissen.


Introduction to the Global Challenges Research Fund

When: Thursday 6 December, 14:00-16:00
Where: College of Arts Office, 6 University Gardens, Meeting Room 204
Description: Workshop on a major source of funding led by Dauvit Broun and Faye Hammill, and including John Reuben Davies, Zoe Strachan, Mia Perry (School of Education) and Mary Ryan (GU International Committee). If you have attended the workshop on 'Developing international networks' on 1 November then this is a good follow-up on how to put that into action for funding. (You do not need to have attended ‘Developing international networks’ in order to benefit from this one on GCRF.)