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Faculty of Health bitesize: Building Community in Online Learning

This session is aimed at anyone who teaches or supports learning in online courses in the Faculty of Health. We share good practice and ideas for developing an online student community within…

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Faculty of Health bitesize: Responding to the Student Voice

This workshop provides a brief overview of mechanisms, both formal and informal, for engaging with the student voice. We spend time exploring how to meaningfully respond to the student voice and…

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Help is on hand: Can AI help ease the burden of research communications - Singapore Libraries Webinar 2023

Help is on hand: Can AI help ease the burden of research communications? We have long known about AI, largely through science fiction films, but now in 2023 it feels like it has truly arrived. The…

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Faculty of Health bitesize: Classroom engagement

This workshop explores a range of strategies and practical ideas (including University supported polling tools) to promote student engagement and participation in classrooms large and small. The…

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How can I involve patients and the public in literature reviews and why would I want to? - Dr Susan Baxter

AbstractPatient and public involvement (PPI) is now widely accepted to be a standard requirement in health and social care research. While guidance on involvement in primary studies is available from…

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ScHARR Mini Master Class in Health Research - Dr Liz Such - A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?

A public health approach to modern slavery and human trafficking. What is it and (why) is it needed?PresenterDr Liz SuchNIHR Knowledge Mobilisation Research FellowAbstractModern slavery is a serious…

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Materials Science and Engineering Animation

What is Materials Science and Engineering, and why should you study materials at the University of Sheffield.

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New University-wide fundraising campaign

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Koen Lamberts, introduces the University’s first multi-million-pound fundraising and engagement campaign as set out under the philanthropy priority in the University…

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Connecting Places for Nature, People and Peace

This is a story of how researcher Elaine (Lan Yin) Hsiao became enthralled in the ancient elephant and forest corridors criss-crossing continents. The corridors are now divided or destroyed by…

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My journey to using technography in research

This is a story from Tavengwa Chitata about how he has evolved through different experiences and in the process, how his approach to research has evolved with these experiences. The story gives an…

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Solidarity in tourism for development

This is a story about how an indigenous community in Mexico adapts tourism to their culture of solidarity to support their members’ life projects. It centres on Itzel San Roman…

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Water, worldviews, and development

This is a story about people’s worldviews (their beliefs and common sense knowledge), how they fundamentally shape our behaviour and yet how they are so often ignored in development…

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A story of a river, rice and resource management

This story draws on Frances Cleaver’s experience of research in the Usangu Plains in South West Tanzania over 20 years. It tracks how development initiatives for improved land and water…

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A journey toward participatory research

This is a story about Juan Mario Diaz Arevalo's engagement with participatory research in Colombia and the UK. It reflects on the importance of working together with local communities as well…

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Savannas, livelihoods and woody plant encroachment

Suma Mani's story highlights the phenomenon of woody plant encroachment in the savannas of South Africa viewed through the lens of both white and black farmers in the Eastern Cape. The story…

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Permits, geolocation and the forest: the story of a research stay in Indonesia

Laure Joanny recalls her experience of learning about the technologies keeping watch over Indonesia’s forest and wildlife, while having to report to the national authorities.

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