The Writing and Communication Centre will be hosting its fall iteration of Speak like a Scholar from Monday, July 15th to Thursday, July 18th from 9am to 3pm each day.
This program is designed to help doctoral researchers develop their voices as independent scholars and give academic presentations such as dissertation defenses and conference papers with confidence.
The students of ENGL 799: Making Media Theory are pleased to present the results of their course-based work at the Communitech Hub. These hacked-together, interactive projects reflect on complex theories such as brainwave storytelling, conductive upcyclying, technosexuality, automated genocide, dirty media, digital devolution, and the value of uselessness.
What? Conferences present excellent occasions to network with a variety of people, but many are unfamiliar with what to expect at conferences and how to maximize opportunities to engage. We will explore some networking basics with a focus on how to maximize the opportunities that present themselves during academic and professional conferences.
When? Tuesday, July 30, 1:30pm-3:30pm
Where? TC 2218 (Tatham Centre)
This session will provide a simple overview of copyright, and the implications it has in your teaching. By the end of this session you will be better prepared to:
- Use copyright protected works in the classroom, on LEARN, or through Course Reserves, and
- Choose alternate options for using materials, if necessary
Connecting to the Webinar
This webinar will be hosted using Skype. There are two options to join the webinar: