When: Wednesday 28 January 2015 (week 4) 12.30-2.00pm [Lunch available from 12.15] Where: Room HG21, Heslington Hall Who: Zoe Handley and Lynda Dunlop, Education; Jenny Gibbons, York Law School; Ruth Mewis and Cecilia Lowe, Learning Enhancement Team, Academic Support Office With a growing emphasis on evidence-based practice and policy across disciplines, the development of strong … Continue reading 28/01/15 Key skills in the curriculum: Help! I’m teaching research skills
When: Monday 17 November 2014 (week 8) 12.30-2.00pm Where: Room HG09, Heslington Hall Who: Ted Hewitt, Department of Health Sciences Engaging students with research has often been difficult particularly in nursing for a number of reasons. Primarily because the starting point has usually been a series of lectures describing the main methods employed in health … Continue reading 17/11/14 Teaching research methods: engaging students in an inquiry-based research process
The most recent version of the magazine, edited by Paola Zerilli, focusses on Supervising Independent Work. The articles include subjects such as final year projects, Law School Clinics, Group research projects, Becoming a researcher, Supervising international students and Masters students' views on independent work and supervision.