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Research > Research Integrity: Concise
Conflicts of interest occur when personal interests and other interests, such as financial interests, conflict with professional interests and responsibilities. This course summarises your responsibilities for identifying and disclosing your conflicts of interests.
Research > Responsible Conduct of Research: Concise
“Conflicts of interest” occur when personal interests and other interests, such as financial interests, conflict with professional interests and responsibilities. This course summarises your responsibilities for identifying and disclosing your conflicts of interests.
Support and Wellbeing > Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention, First Edition
Consent matters is an engaging online course with three main aims. Firstly, to help you understand sexual consent, so that you know when you have it and how to recognise situations when it can and can't be given, whatever your gender or sexuality. Secondly, to support you in thinking about your own boundaries and how to talk about them. Thirdly, to demonstrate different ways you could step in if you see or hear something you're uncomfortable with and make your university community a better place.
Support and Wellbeing > Consent Matters: Boundaries, Respect and Positive Intervention, First Edition
Consent matters is an engaging online course with three main aims. Firstly, to help you understand sexual consent, so that you know when you have it and how to recognise situations when it can and can't be given, whatever your gender or sexuality. Secondly, to support you in thinking about your own boundaries and how to talk about them. Thirdly, to demonstrate different ways you could step in if you see or hear something you're uncomfortable with and make your university community a better place.
Research > Supervising Doctoral Studies, First Edition
The aim of this unit is to encourage participants to reflect on the programme as a whole and to establish an action plan for the ongoing development of their supervisory skills. Participants will be encouraged to: think about how to elicit feedback on their supervisory practice; explore the benefits of working within a supervisory team and developing a community of practice; and consider the benefits and responsibilities involved in becoming a doctoral examiner.
Studying > Skills and Attributes for Career Success: Developing an Enterprising Mindset
This course defines creative and innovative thinking, and their importance in the workplace. Learners will be given strategies to encourage creative and innovative thinking and approaches.
Research > Advising Doctoral Students
Cross-cutting challenges covers issues that advisors may need to consider at various stages of their students’ progress. In particular, the course focuses on helping students plan for and develop their careers, whether academic or non-academic; managing relationships with students and colleagues; and providing support to students who struggle with personal difficulties, learning disabilities, health issues, or an overall lack of motivation.
Studying > International Student Success
This module provides guidance to international students as they adapt to life in Australia. Key topics include an introduction to Australian culture, engaging with the community, understanding culture shock, building confidence, and advice for succeeding in a new learning environment.
Studying > International Student Success
This module provides guidance to international students as they adapt to life in the UK. Key topics include an introduction to British culture, engaging with the community, understanding culture shock, and advice for succeeding in a new learning environment.
Studying > Research and Writing Skills for Dissertations and Projects: An Introduction
This module introduces some main points related to quantitative and qualitative data analysis and suggests how data can be presented. It looks at data types and statistical tests, as well as data reduction, conclusion drawing and the limitations of qualitative and quantitative approaches.