**SGSAH Studentship Opportunities 2022**
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Wed, 26 May 2021 16:18:00 BST
This session will introduce students to digital mapping techniques and tools, and how they can be used to disseminate their research.
This session will explore the development of academic voice and the communication of research, providing tools and techniques to improve your practice.
This workshop provides visual mapping techniques to identify value creation from academic research in creative and cultural contexts, which can inform the design and dissemination of meaningful impact.
This session offers an interdisciplinary and in-depth approach to reflecting on migration, encouraging doctoral researchers to develop skills for engaging within and beyond academia.
Getting your work on social media may be easy, but making it popular is more challenging. This workshop takes you through the main social media channels and looks at how to create short, sharp, sharable messages. Discover how to use social media to foster meaningful interactions and share your work with as many people as possible.
Fri, 29 May 2020 16:18:00 BST
This session examines the central role which research fulfils within broadcasting and particularly within BBC programmes and content production.
Thu, 20 May 2021 09:24:00 BST
This workshop is part of the International Summer School programme. It will explore exchanges between Scotland and Europe through the Demarco archives.
Tue, 25 May 2021 10:52:00 BST
Online video exhibition from six contemporary European artists at different stages of their careers, daily artists talks, and discussion session on digital curation.
Mon, 01 Jun 2020 14:43:00 BST
In Britain today, historical research is under threat: history departments are being closed, historical research projects are being defunded, and historians are being demonised by politicians and newspapers. This talk will outline how this has unfolded, and will make a case for historians responding not by retreating and hoping not to be noticed, but by working to defend their public role.
This presentation and discussion will look at what the law says and what researchers can do to maximise their chances of accessing original sources from the last 100 years and to work ethically and legally with information captured directly from individuals.
This workshop creates a space for sharing notes about techniques to stimulate the 'deep work' that is at the core of academic research.
If you’re interested in international opportunities during your PhD (virtual or in-person, once safe), come have your voice heard at this consultation event!
Working alongside BBC staff, this is a chance to take part in a practical session, pitching your ideas to a BBC Scotland programme commissioner.
In this fast-paced and highly interactive masterclass series we’ll provide a clear overview of how to take your events online.
This workshop discusses the importance popular outreach in archaeology and provides some good examples.
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