Upcoming 5 days
David Williamson Shaffer, Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison
Writing seminar aimed at Ph.D. candidates at the faculty of Educational Science. The seminar is loosely based on a "Shut up and Write" structure. The topic of the day is "The value of clear academic writing, and how to approach it" by Vice Dean Professor Erik Knain, Department of Teacher Education and School Research
Further upcoming events
Pandemics, war, climate crises, refugee crises and life crises. After two years in crisis mode, it looks like we are facing an uncertain and challenging time. We should not have to do that alone. Meet faculty employees and students at Helga Eng's house on October 10th!
More information about the event will come spring 2022.
This course is fully booked - register to waiting list
Most academic texts are nothing like Hollywood blockbusters. But a research paper can still benefit from strategic use of storytelling to make the research clear, engaging and readable - all while we as writers get to have fun during the writing process. Come for the stories, stay for the practical tips, and get a head start on writing your next paper.
Når man skal samarbeide om innsamling og bruk av forskningsdata på tvers av institusjoner, er det viktig å ha et godt etablert system for organisering av data. Det er viktig å på forhånd tenke gjennom koding, tilgangsstyring, mappestruktur og filnavngiving. I denne kurset gir vi et praktisk eksempel på hvordan dette kan gjøres.
Editing video and audio can be need when working with research data. Shotcut and audacity is openly available software which allows you to edit videos and audio without prior knowledge of editing in general. The course will cover different methods of masking unwanted data, and of the basic principles of audio and video editing.