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Take part in an eye movement study (£5 per hour)

Posted by rmt22 at Aug 01, 2017 10:19 AM |

Researchers in the department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour are looking for participants to take part in a study assessing eye movements and memory.

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Participants required for a reading study (£7/hr honorarium)

Posted by crm28 at Jul 25, 2017 04:30 PM |

Researchers in the department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour are looking for participants to take part in studies using eye-tracking to examine how we read.

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Newsbites from around the University: 18 May - 24 May

Posted by er134 at May 18, 2017 09:48 AM |

Quickfire stories and successes from staff and students

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Newsbites from around the University: 27 April - 8 May

Posted by es328 at May 08, 2017 03:50 PM |

Quickfire stories and successes from staff and students

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Newsbites from around the University: 19 - 26 April

Posted by er134 at Apr 20, 2017 02:20 PM |

Quickfire stories and successes from staff and students

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Take part in a reading study and get £7!

Posted by rmt22 at Apr 05, 2017 09:00 AM |

Researchers in the department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour are looking for participants to take part in a study using eye-tracking to examine how we read.

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IT and learning technology training

Posted by rmt22 at Mar 22, 2017 04:05 PM |

IT Training Workshops

IT Services in conjunction with Organisational Development provide a range of workshops to develop your IT skills and make the most effective use of technology for your work.  For information about the course content and how to book, please visit the IT Training section [ http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/lli/staff-development/events/courses/it ]

Flipped Classroom Teaching

This session is designed to provide an insight into flipped classroom teaching from a student and staff perspective. You will be provided with an opportunity to explore and evaluate flipped classroom teaching techniques and consider how Lecture Capture can be used as a key resource.  This session is for anyone who teaches including: academic staff, professional services and postgraduate students.  See course description: http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/lli/staff-development/events/courses/lt/sdctr080

Lecture Capture in Context

Lecture Capture has been offered in a number of rooms across campus, as part of a pilot project and limited service since the academic year 2013/14.  Lecture Capture available in all centrally timetabled rooms and at this time will be known as ‘Reflect’.  This workshop provides an opportunity to explore and evaluate how you could use Reflect to enhance your academic practice. This sessions is for anyone who teaches including: academic staff, professional services and postgraduate students.  See course description: http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/lli/staff-development/events/courses/tel/sdctr094

Reflect: Beyond the Basics

In this short course you will have the opportunity to explore Reflect lecture capture in more detail and learn different ways to manage and manipulate your recordings. This course is for anyone who teaches, including academic staff, professional services and postgraduate students.  See course description at: http://www2.le.ac.uk/offices/lli/staff-development/events/courses/tel/sdctr103

Further advice or information:

If you require further advice or assistance contact us at Organisational Development on email:  orgdev@leicester.ac.uk or tel: (0116) 252-5680/ 252-5118/ 223-1257.

Management support training

Posted by rmt22 at Mar 22, 2017 04:05 PM |

This week's update on training available for staff.

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Good Clinical Practice Training

Posted by rmt22 at Mar 29, 2017 09:40 AM |

With effect from the 30 March the University of Leicester will be providing training for studies NOT involving Investigational Medicinal Products.

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Can you lend your brain to science for 20 minutes to help with our research?

Posted by rmt22 at Mar 29, 2017 09:35 AM |

Are you a healthy adult with no known heart problems or brain injuries? If so, can you spare 20 mins to lend you brain to science?

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