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Workshops & Training Events

03/31/2008 10:34:03

JISC RSC NorthWest Workshops

8 May Risk Management
9.45am – 4.00pm

22 May Change Management
9.45am – 4.00pm

Location: Booths Hall, Knutsford, Cheshire

Each one-day event will include lunch & refreshments. Cost for each one-day workshop: £60 per delegate

Both these one-day workshops are offered by the Regional Support Centre of the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) and delivered by JISC infoNet.

For further details about each workshop & booking (Places are limited)

Please visit:,com_events/Itemid,256/

Or email Helen Metcalfe at

CeMoRe Research Day (IAS)

23 May

The purpose of this day is to encourage short presentations (10-15 minutes) from staff and research students at Lancaster, to facilitate the exchange of ideas and encourage new contacts and collaborations. Papers can be on any theme related to mobilities (broadly defined) and can be used to float new ideas, present research in progress or report on results. For more information about CeMoRe see:

In previous years we have had excellent papers from research students and staff in all Faculties of the University with very productive discussion.

If you would like to offer a paper then please contact Colin Pooley (Geography, Lancaster Environment Centre; with a title and brief (two sentence) abstract. Offers of papers should be submitted by Monday 25th February at the latest.

Please circulate this call for papers widely in your department – we are keen to encourage papers from researchers who have not previously participated in CeMoRe events.

Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CELT)

13 June Supervising research students one-day workshop

Dr Moira Peelo (CELT), Prof Chris Park (Director of the Graduate School) and Dr Louise Innes (CELT) will lead the sessions.

This workshop is designed for academic staff who are relatively new to the role of PhD supervision, more experienced colleagues who have some responsibility for new supervisors, and those who wish to refresh their thinking on supervision with colleagues from other departments and course tutors.

Booking is required for this event, please book at

Enquiries can be addressed to the Teaching Development Administrator, Helen Griffiths,