Please fill in our Readership Poll! It's been 9 months since the launch of the Humanities PGR Doc Blog and I want to run a readership poll to find out who you are and where you come from - so please take a few minutes to fill it in, the results will be extremely useful to us in developing this blog as a resource for doctoral researchers. It doesn't matter whether or not you … [Read more...] about Readership Poll!
Researchers at The University of Manchester are invited to attend a series of Social Media "How To" Workshops: - How to blog - How to create research presentations for sharing - How to Twitter All workshops are designed with the researcher in mind, using relevant examples and practical applications. The workshops will be hosted at the University of Salford. Venue details … [Read more...] about Social Media Courses
Want to reduce your stress levels? Thinking of a lunchtime activity that's free and near to/on campus? Then look no further than Fitness Manchester Walks! Walking has many benefits and can help you to get your research in perspective without taking up too much of your time. The University of Manchester has teamed up with the Ramblers Association to bring all staff and students … [Read more...] about Get walking, keep walking…
The Engaging Researcher – Booking now open Are you interested in engaging the public in your research but not sure where to start? Have you done some public engagement activity but would like to improve your knowledge and skills? Do you have significant experience of achieving mutually beneficial public engagement activity but want to improve your practice? 6 July … [Read more...] about The Engaging Researcher – Book Now!
The Blogger’s Guide to Public Engagement Guest post by Sabina Shah, MPhil/PhD candidate Subject: Islamic Feminism and its role in cinema Recently I sent my academic poster to the Muslim Council of Britain (MCB) in order to share my research with them. To my surprise they decided to include my research on their website which was a small but major triumph for a researcher like … [Read more...] about The Blogger’s Guide to Public Engagement