Past workshops 2009

Doctoral Studies Workshops - 2009 Archive

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Below are seminars/workshops/colloquia that were offered in 2009 by the Faculty of Education and Social Work for our higher-degree-research students (HRDSs): students enrolled in a PhD, EdD, DSW, MPhil or MEd(Research).

February

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Every Thu

Office of Research & Office of Doctoral Studies

Consultancy support with eResearch provided by Dr Lina Markauskaite

3–6pm


March


April

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Every Thu

Office of Research & Office of Doctoral Studies

Consultancy support with eResearch provided by Dr Lina Markauskaite

3–6pm

Fri 3

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction seminar 2: Panel discussion – managing your student-supervisor relations
Coordinator: Suin Jung

4–5.30pm

Tue 14,
Wed 15 &
Thu 16

Office of Research & Office of Doctoral Studies

Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo (daytime sessions)
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

10am–1pm

Fri 17

Office of Research & Office of Doctoral Studies

Follow-up handling data with NVivo session: exploring qualitative data
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

10am–1pm

Mon 27

Social Policy Research Network

Seminar: Domestic violence, child contact and family law (pdf, 37kB)
Speakers:

5.30–8pm

Thu 30

Youth, Sport and Health Research Network

Seminar: Barriers to health care in obese women
Speaker: Associate Professor Nancy K Amy, Department of Nutritional Science and Toxicology, University of Berkeley, California

noon–1pm

Thu 30

 

Roundtable: Choices facing senior high school students in China – where to go for higher education overseas?
Chair: Professor Hung Fan Sing, Department of Educational Administration & Policy, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 


May

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Every Thu

Office of Research & Office of Doctoral Studies

Consultancy support with eResearch provided by Dr Lina Markauskaite

3–6pm

Wed 6

 

Presentation: Exhibiting research about caregiving and Alzheimer's Disease – a virtual tour of 'putting care on the map'
Speaker: Professor Ardra L Cole, Co-director, Centre for Arts Informed Research, University of Toronto

10–11.30am

Thu 7

Social Policy Research Network

Seminar: Preventing or limiting hospitalisation with Community Treatment Orders
Speaker: Professor Steven P Segal, Director, Mental Health and Social Welfare Group, University of Berkeley, California

2–4pm

Thu 7

 

Seminar: Drawing on the arts, transforming research – possibilities of arts-informed perspectives
Presenters: Professor Ardra L Cole and Professor J Gary Knowles, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Respondent: Professor Robyn Ewing

10am–1pm



July

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 2

USNCYR

Seminar: Innovative community approaches to the problem of intra- and intercultural youth conflict and violence
Speaker: Dr Peter Westoby, School of Social Work & Human Services, University of Queensland

2–4pm

Thu 2

 

Workshop series: Part 3 – thesis and dissertation writing
Instructor: Dr Lindy Woodrow

5–7pm

Mon 6

 

Translating childhoods: immigrant youth as language and culture brokers
Speaker: Associate Professor Marjorie Faulstich Orellana, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, UCLA

5–6.30pm

Wed 15

YSH

Presentation by Dr Caroline Fusco,
University of Toronto

1–2pm

Wed 29

CoCo

CoCo Centre Postgraduate Research Colloquium
Presenter: Puji Rahayu

11.30am–1pm

Thu 30

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Mid-plenary: Digital knowledge and
educational research

Presenter: Dr Lina Markauskaite
Post-presentation panel discussion chair:
Professor Peter Freebody

5–6.30pm


August

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Every Wed

CoCo

Consultancy support with eResearch provided by Dr Lina Markauskaite

3–6pm

Fri 14

TESOL

Deadline for submission of papers for the TESOL Research Network Colloquium

 

Wed 19

CoCo

CoCo Seminar Learning Series
Presenter: Dr S Dawson

11am–12.30pm

Thu 20

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Title: Quantitative-substantive synergies in social science
Speaker: Professor Herb Marsh, Professor of Education, University of Oxford

5–6.30pm

Wed 26

CoCo

CoCo Postgraduate Research Colloquium
Speakers: Kashmira Dave and Puji Rahayu

11am–12.30pm

Thu 27

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Title: Comparative research
Speaker: Professor Tony Welch
Respondent: Dr Nigel Bagnall

5–6.30pm

Fri 28

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction seminar 1: Being a research student at the Faculty of Education and Social Work
Chair: Professor Brian Paltridge

4–5.30pm


September

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Every Wed
except 30/9

CoCo

Consultancy support with eResearch provided by Dr Lina Markauskaite

3–6pm

Mon 1

 

Public lecture: Student evaluations of university teaching – recommendations for policy and practice.
Speaker: Professor Herb Marsh, Professor of Education,
University of Oxford

5–6pm

Fri 4

Office of Doctoral Studies

Induction seminar 2: Panel discussion – managing your supervisor-student relations.
Chair: Dr Sue Goodwin

4–5.30pm

Sat 5

TESOL

TESOL Research Network Colloquium

all day

Tue 15

CoCo

Registration for the Learning Technology Research Symposium closes.

 

Fri 18

 

Workshop: Methods and approaches to meta-analysis
Instructor: Professor Herb Marsh, Professor of Education,
University of Oxford

9am–12.30pm

Wed 23

CoCo

CoCo Postgraduate Research Colloquium
Presenters: Nino Aditomo and Amanda LeRoy

11am–12.30pm

Thu 24

 

Seminar discussion: Implementing an ePortfolio in an education faculty – Wollongong experience
Presenter: Dr Nicola Johnson, School of Education, University of Wollongong

1–2pm

Thu 24

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Title: Policy analysis
Presenter: Dr Sue Goodwin
Respondent: Professor Phillip Jones

5–6.30pm

Mon 28

Office of Doctoral Studies

Workshop: What examiners are looking for
Facilitator: Professor Phillip Jones

10–11.30am

Mon 28

 

Public lecture: Improving the peer-review process for ARC grant applications – reliability, validity, bias and generalisability
Presenter: Professor Herb Marsh, Professor of Education,
University of Oxford

1–2pm

Mon 28,
Wed 30 &
Thu 1 Oct

CoCo &
Office of Doctoral Studies

Workshop: Introduction to computer-assisted text analysis – handling data with NVivo
Instructor: Dr Lina Markauskaite

2–5pm

Wed 30

CoCo

CoCo Seminar Learning Series
Title: Blended learning in higher education – some key aspects and their relationships to approaches to study and learning outcomes
Presenter: Dr Paul Ginns

11am–12.30pm


October

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Every Wed

CoCo

Consultancy support with eResearch provided by Dr Lina Markauskaite

3–6pm

Thu 1

CoCo

Learning Technology Research Symposium

9.30am–2pm

Fri 2

CoCo &
Office of Doctoral Studies

Workshop: Follow-up NVivo session –
exploring qualitative data

Facilitator: Dr Lina Markauskaite

10am–1pm

Fri 2

Office of Research

Seminar: Getting credit for research work – publishing from your thesis at the very moment you don't feel like it!
Presenter: Professor Peter Freebody, Professorial Research Fellow

2–3.30pm

Wed 7

USNCYR

Seminar: The social ecology of resilience
Presenter: Dr Michael Ungar,
Dalhousie University

2–5pm

Fri 9

Office of Research

Seminar: Building a research profile and track record – part 1
Presenter: Professor Phillip Jones

10.30am–1.30pm

Fri 9

Office of Research

Seminar: Hey teacher, who are you?
Presenter: Dr Denise Stanley

2.30–4pm

Tue 13

 

Workshop: Introducing statistics into your research – a jump-start for beginners
Facilitator: Dr Salvatore Babones,
Department of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Sydney

3pm

Wed 14

CoCo

CoCo Seminar Learning Series
Speaker: Yael Kali, Associate Professor, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

11am–12.30pm

Wed 14

 

Challenges and opportunities – creating a learning society through non-traditional higher education; a case study of Shanghai
Presenter: Associate Professor Ran Zhang, Shanghai TV University

1pm

Wed 21

CoCo

CoCo Postgraduate Research Colloquium
Speakers: Shannon Kennedy-Clark and
Nani Handayani

11am–12.30pm

Thu 22

Office of Doctoral Studies

Research Students' Forum

4–7pm

Tue 27

 

Seminar: Show and tell – an arts-informed
thesis unpacked

Speaker: Alexandra Cutcher, head teacher, creative and performing arts, Banora Point
High School

9–10.30am

Thu 29

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Title: Quantitative methods and modeling
Presenter: Associate Professor
Andrew Martin

Respondent: Professor Gabrielle Meagher

5–6.30pm

Fri 30

Office of Research

Seminar: Level of engagement in self assessment and its relation to progression in writing and problem solving skills, and overall achievement.
Presenter: Dr Kathryn Bartimote-Aufflick

2–3pm

Fri 30

Office of Research

Seminar: Producing the self-managing girl-citizen in a climate of 'healthy' living
Presenters: Dr Kellie Burns and
Dr Kate Russell

3.30–4.30pm


November

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Every Wed
until 18

CoCo

Consultancy support with eResearch provided by Dr Lina Markauskaite

3–6pm

Wed 4

CoCo

CoCo Postgraduate Research Colloquium
Speakers: Susanna Mann and Yahya Qenaey

11am–12.30pm

Fri 6

Office of Research

Seminar: Building a research profile – part 2
Presenter: Professor Phillip Jones

10.30am–1.30pm

Fri 6

SPRN

Seminar: Professionals' perceptions of their work within families including children and parents with intellectual disability
Speaker: Dr Mikaela Starke, Department of Social Work, University of Gothenburg

3–5pm

Wed 11

CoCo

CoCo Seminar Learning Series
Speaker: Professor Philippa Levy, Information School, The University of Sheffield, UK

11am–12.30pm

Wed 18

SPRN

Seminar: Pathways to prison
Speaker: Associate Professor Eileen Baldry, School of Social Sciences, University of NSW

3–5pm

Thu 19

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Title: Ethnomethodology and classroom interaction
Speaker: Professor Peter Freebody

5–6.30pm

Mon 23

Office of Professional Learning

Conference: Internationalising learning and teaching in academic settings – engagement, collaboration and sustainability
Keynote speaker: Professor Hans de Wit, Professor of Internationalisation of Higher Education, Centre for Applied Research in Economics and Management, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

 

Wed 25

CoCo

CoCo Seminar Learning Series
Speaker: Dr Karl Maton

11am–12.30pm

Thu 26

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Title: Critical ethnography and post-structural narrative approaches
Presenter: Associate Professor Debra Hayes
Respondent: Ken Johnston

5–6.30pm

Fri 27

Office of Research

Seminar: Can multiple intelligence theory give insight into a student's propensity to study science or pursue a career in science?
Presenter: Alex Hugman

2–3.30pm


December

SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, COLLOQUIA and CONSULTANCIES

Thu 3

Office of Research

Methodological Colloquia 2009
Closing plenary: TBA
Presenter: TBA
Respondent: TBA

5–6.30pm


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