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Research Ethics in Humanities and Social Sciences

These resources are from a session with PGR students in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Southampton. They provide information on required paperwork for PGR students in Humanities at Southampton, as well as tools and resources to reflect more generally on the ethical dimensions of research.

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Mapping your experience and development needs to the UKPSF

I developed this poster for participants on the University of Brighton Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching to map their experience and development needs against the UK Professional Standards Framework. Could also be used at any level for the Professional Recognition Route to the HEA Fellowships as well. Best printed off in A2 but can be done on six sheets of A4 taped together. Originally created in MS Publisher.

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Memorial to Colonel Philip van Cortlandt.

In memory of Colonel Philip van Cortlandt of the Manor of Cortlandt. A retired royalist officer of the American War. Died at Hailsham, May 1814, Aged 74 years. The memory of the Just is Blessed. Prov, X, vii Memorial in the interior of St Mary Church, Hailsham, East Sussex, UK

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Presenting your research outside your discipline (group exercise)

These materials were used at a workshop of Heads of Languages Departments to practice presenting content-based research to people outside the languages department/ university.

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Scenarios for Heads of languages department: Strategic

A series of strategic scenarios for language leader in higher education to discuss.

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Scenarios: Dealing with difficult people or having difficult conversations in academia.

Scenario discussion exercises. Designed for languages department heads, but will work in other disciplines.

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Scenarios: Designing/ reviewing a curriculum

This resource consists of three scenarios where a radical curriculum review is required. The exercise was designed for helping staff in modern languages respond to senior management directives/ strategies, but can be adapted for other disciplines.

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Scenarios: Managing a department's reputation

Three scenarios for group discussion in which a department's/ university's reputation is challenged. Examples from languages, but useful for other disciplines.

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Scenarios: You are the Head of Department

Designed for languages, but adaptable to other disciplines these scenarios/dilemmas relate to widening participation, student fees and marketing the course/ university. NB: some of the scenarios might be 'dated' due to recent policy changes/ clarifications.

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Student voice: student choice

A brief presentation of ideas about how students choose a university.Presentation given at Heads of Languages event 2012.

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Sustainable development in the humanities.

This is a (non-live) mp3 recording of a lecture I gave in 2012 on sustainability in the humanities. A word document with a trasnscipt is also here.

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Ten useful things to remember when applying for HEA Fellowship¬ (D1 and D2, Professional Recognition Route)

The following list is ten things I believe it is particularly useful to remember when applying for Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, through the Professional Recognition Route. My thoughts are focused particularly on the Associate (D1) and Fellowship (D2) levels though they apply to Senior (D3) and Principal (D4) as well. Here at Brighton it is our aspiration that all teaching staff have, or are working towards, a recognised teaching qualification by 2015, and the HEA’s Professional Recognition is likely to be the main route for more experienced academic staff.

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Thinking critically about published research

I've developed this resource for use with M-level physiotherapy students. It can be adapted to other disciplines.

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Voices students hear when applying to university

This resource is simply some quotes or advice or comments a student might hear when applying to a particular university. Could be used as a group exercises by staff, students or potential students to think through responses/issues

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Motivation Workshop for research students

This presentation was delivered to doctoral research students as part of the University of Southampton's Faculty of Humanities research training programme

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Planning and Time Management for Researchers

This presentation is part of a research training session I teach on planning & time management for doctoral students in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Southampton. It is adapted from a workshop I developed for Masters students at SOAS.

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OpenLIVES Interview with Lara Gállego at the University of Leeds

Entrevista de Historia Oral a Lara Gállego. Fue realizada por estudiantes de la Universidad de Leeds el 26 de enero de 2013. Forma parte de la asignatura "Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES)", de último año de las Licenciaturas en Español (BAs in Spanish) de la Universidad de Leeds. Contiene archivo de sonido completo, transcripción (en documento word y en pdf) e hipervínculo al libro Case Studies of Openness in the Language Classroom (2013, editado por Ana Beaven, Anna Comas-Quinn y Barbara Sawhill) en el que aparecen dos estudios sobre OpenLIVES, uno de ellos sobre esta asignatura publicado por Antonio Martínez-Arboleda. Atribución y licencia de la entrevista y su transcripción: : Abreu, J., Morgan, L., Richardson, J., Steel, A., Wright, D. and Gállego, L.. Entrevista OpenLIVES with Lara Gállego. OpenLIVES project (2013). An open collection of research data and teaching materials relating to Spanish migrant stories. JISC. University of Leeds ©. Licence: CC-BY-NC-SA

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Pedagogía Crítica en Humanidades: Historia Oral Digital en OpenLIVES

Charla en la Universidad Carolina de Praga el 26 de mayo de 2014 en las I Jornadas de Hispanismo, Edición y Cultura Digital en la República Checa.

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OpenLIVES: Interviews and documentaries produced by University of Leeds students

These are the interviews and documentaries published by students at the University of Leeds as part of their work in the module SPPO3640 Discovering Spanish Voices Abroad in a Digital World (OpenLIVES). You can find other resources, such as class materials, presentations or academic references in other folders and resources in HumBox. There is another collection of interviews of emigres who left Spain between the 1930's to the 1960's published by the HumBox team: http://humbox.ac.uk/3790/

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Synopsis of Tennyson's 'The Princess'

This is a detailed part-by-part synopsis of what happens in Tennyson's long poem 'The Princess', keyed to line numbers in the standard text (ie most texts from 1853 on). I prepared this resource to support a shared reading aloud of the poem at Leeds Trinity in June 2014. It is designed to help readers check they have understood the details of the narrative, or (if they do not have time to read the whole poem) find out more about the context for shorter extracts.

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Back to Basque

Dr. Dacia Viejo-Rose in conversation with artist Tracey Moberly. Presentation of a multi-platform art project initiated by Spain NOW!, visual artist Tracey Moberly and Dr. Dacia Viejo-Rose, University of Cambridge. This project will look at the formation of identity, memory and displacement and commenced in autumn 2013. It is expected that the first results of the three-year-long project will be showcased at Spain NOW! 2014.

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Silenciadas y olvidadas. 13 años en la exhumación de fosas comunes en España

Presentación de Jimi Jiménez (arqueólogo, País Vasco) en LSE, Londres, el Jueves 6 de Febrero de 2014. Desde que tuvo lugar la primera exhumación de una fosa común con metodología científica (arqueólogos, antropólogos, forenses, genetistas…) en la España del año 2000, se ha venido trabajando de manera ininterrumpida hasta hoy, lo que arroja un saldo dramático y estremecedor. A los ojos de cualquier ciudadano que pueda presumir de habitar en un lugar donde son ampliamente respetados los derechos humanos, el hecho de que este coexista con cientos de fosas comunes exhumadas que contienen miles de víctimas en su interior, es un tema escalofriante que no puede ignorarse. Jimi Jiménez es técnico investigador y arqueólogo en el Grupo de Trabajo para el estudio de desaparecidos y fusilados de la Guerra Civil y del franquismo, dependiente del departamento de antropología física que dirige el profesor Francisco Etxeberria en la Universidad del País Vasco desde el año 2003. Thursday 6 February 2014 Jimi Jiménez (arqueólogo, País Vasco) Silenciadas y olvidadas. 13 años en la exhumación de fosas comunes en España

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