***Please note: in Semester 1 2020/1, the AKC programme will be delivered solely via KEATS.***
Lectures will be released on the AKC KEATS area at 12 noon on Mondays from Monday 5 October and videos will remain available to students for two weeks.
There is one weekly AKC lecture during the first two semesters each year; a total of 18 lectures per year. Each lecture lasts for 50 minutes.
We provide video recordings of the lecture for students who cannot attend the lecture at the Strand campus. These are shown at the Waterloo campus on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, the St Thomas' campus on Tuesdays, the Guy’s Campus on Thursdays and Fridays and the Denmark Hill campus on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Every department will allow you the opportunity to study for the AKC. If your lecture programme clashes with the AKC lecture and all video recordings, please contact the AKC Office as early as possible.
The AKC lecture is delivered live at Strand Campus on Mondays:
12.00 noon in the Arthur & Paula Lucas Lecture Theatre (S-2.18).
The video recordings are repeats of the lecture. If you cannot attend on Mondays, or miss the lecture slot you would normally attend, simply go to one of the video showings listed below.
Denmark Hill (IoPPN and WEC)
Mondays, 12.00 noon in the Arthur & Paula Lucas Lecture Theatre (S-2.18)
In weeks 1-4 the live lecture will also be streamed to the Edmond J Safra Theatre, S-2.23 and S-3.20.
Wednesdays, 10.00 in Room K2.31 (Nash Lecture Theatre)
Tuesdays, 13.00 in Seminar Room 5, IoPPN Main Building
Fridays, 12.00 in Classroom 2, Weston Education Centre
Thursdays, 16.00 in Lecture Theatre 1, New Hunts House
Fridays, 09.00 in the Gowland Hopkins Lecture Theatre
Tuesdays, Classroom 3, 13.00, Prideaux Building except on the following dates:
AKC Lecture 1, Tuesday 1 October - Classroom 2
AKC Lecture 4, Tuesday 22 October - Classroom 1
AKC Lecture 5, Tuesday 5 November - Classroom 1
AKC Lecture 9, Tuesday 17 March - Classroom 1
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This video showing is preceded by lunch at 12.00 and followed by a discussion group from 14.00. All students and staff are welcome to both.
Tuesdays, 12.00 noon in FWB G.73 (Semester 1) and FWB 1.10 (Semester 2)
Wednesdays, 09.00 in FWB 1.16