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PLEASE NOTE THAT ROOM INFORMATION FOR ALL BOOKINGS IS FOUND ON THE RDP BOOKINGS OUTLOOK CALENDAR. WHEN YOU ENROL IN A SESSION YOU WILL RECEIVE AN OUTLOOK CALENDAR INVITE. please contact rdpbookings@canterbury.ac.uk if you do not receive an invitation.

S1 Open Access & CREATE- Claire Choong- Tuesday December 5th, 9am-10.30pm

Open Access refers to the unrestricted, online access to the published findings of research. In support of the agenda to promote Open Access, CCCU published its Open Access Policy in 2014. This has recently been updated to incorporate HEFCE’s policy on Open Access for the next Research Excellence Framework (REF). This session illustrates the various elements of the policy, it offers the opportunity to discuss the implications of the Open Access agenda and it demonstrates how to comply with the Policy by using the University repository CREATE.


S2 Open Access & CREATE- Claire Choong- Tuesday 17th April 11am-12.30pm REPEAT

AS ABOVE (REPEAT SESSION)


S3 Big Data Claire Choong (Library- Scholarly Comms)- Tuesday 9th January, 11am-12.30pm

This session will focus on Big Data: We will look at what is meant by the term ‘Big Data’ and the advantages and challenges of using them, followed by a look at some examples of Big Data in use


S4 Introduction to the Research Excellence Framework - Dr Chris Pallant - Tuesday 23rd January, 10am-11am

This session will describe to you the processes involved in the Research Excellence Framework exercise and will provide a valuable opportunity to understand the functioning and the implications of this essential aspect of the academic profession. You will be given the opportunity to explore requirements and strategies to deal effectively with REF related issues


S5 Understading Research Impact - Dr Sarah Fullick, Dr Michelle Secker & Dr Abby Foad - Tuesday 28th November, 1.30-3pm

This workshop will explore the importance of embedding impact in research and how to go about this, from the initial conception of the research to the dissemination of findings. It will consider the role of research in influencing and interrogating policy and practice using examples of research conducted within the Centre for Sport, Physical Education & Activity Research (SPEAR) for funders

including the Department of Health, Department for Education, Welsh Government and Youth Sport Trust.

Please register with a valid CCCU email address.

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