Tag: events

Sheffield session tweets

Whilst messing with Storify, I realised that I cannot get it to ‘speak to’ my wordpress.com blog. So until I have figured it, or moved to wordpress.org, I will have to mess with Storify and then re-collate, or re-curate, the relevant tweets using the embed codes in a […]

Demystifying the viva

Our School of Education Research conference keynote on 9th May is entitled: Demystifying the viva Professor Peter Hartley will talk about common problems that doctoral students experience with the viva examination, and suggest strategies for overcoming these. This will include a demonstration of a recent software to help […]

Less is more…

          “PechaKucha” is a presentation style in which a topic is presented concisely and clearly in 5 minutes. The format, which keeps presentations concise and fast-paced, allows for multiple-speaker events sometimes called “Pecha Kucha Nights”. Such events are subsequently great places for a snapshot […]

World Café

Gosh it’s been a while. From organising and presenting at academic conferences, I now have to do the toughest job of all – facilitating a ‘World Café’ session for academic staff. Why did I even bother suggesting it??? A World Cafe approach is designed to focus and enhance […]