Ed Works are organised monthly, every 2nd Wednesday at 1:10pm, to provide an informal platform to share news of initiatives, teaching practice, works in progress, technology innovation and research projects. They are primarily aimed for our colleagues at FoLSM although are open to all King’s staff. A standard session has 2 to 3 speakers.
More information can be found in this document.
Registration is mandatory. Prospective attendees will be sent a Teams link upon registration. You can book your Ed Works tickets below:
- Wednesday 9th November 2022 13:10 – 14:00: ‘Training Technical staff in an “academic” subject’ - David Parry & Kirsty Massetti
Video of the presentation
- Wednesday 14th December 13:10 – 14:00: 'Did you hear the one about the stand-up, the script writer and the preacher? What can we learn about teaching from those outside HE.' - Dr Simon Lygo-Baker
Video of the presentation
Thank you for attending our talks.
Ed Works complement the Lightning Lunch sessions and KED Talks hosted by King’s Academy. You will find more information about King’s Academy events here:
Previous Ed Works Talks
Social Science Research Seminars: Cross Faculty: FoLSM, FoDocs, IoPNN
Across the Health Faculties at King’s, there are social science researchers and social science PGR students. This is a small but growing group. The majority of research undertaken within the health faculties focuses upon clinical and bio-science research.
A recurring issue for social science PGR researchers, is a feeling of being an isolated minority. The majority of PGR students undertake clinical and bio-science research with most support and activities focusing upon their needs.
To address this sense of isolation, a social science seminar series will be launched for the academic year 2021-22.
The seminar has four main aims, to:
- Provide a safe space for social science and mixed methods PGR students to present their evolving research for discussion.
- Invite social science researchers across health faculties to discuss their research methodologies and research projects.
- Invite external social science researchers to discuss their research.
- Encourage networking across the social science health faculties, creating a climate of conversation and support.
Seminars will be held every two months, rotating between students and supervisors / researchers. Should government guidelines allow, the seminars will be in person with the option to be online and recorded, presenters agreeing.
Next session: 17th March 12:30 – 13:30 Click here to join the meeting
Please download the abstract here: Meta-ethnography for systematic reviews
For further information please contact: Dr Anne McKee: firstname.lastname@example.org