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Accelerator: Increase your Productivity
Microsoft Teams

Accelerator Series: Increase your Productivity 

How do you fit the diverse demands on your time into your day? In this session you will get tips on how to manage your tasks, find extra time in the day, improve your planning and achieve your objectives.
Accelerator is a series of sessions which we think is invaluable to getting your PhD off to the best start. There’s no need to attend all of them, and some are repeated at different times/ days throughout the 10 weeks of term.
Who is this for? 
Early Stages of PhD (0-14 months)
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Using Storytelling to Communicate your Research
Microsoft Teams

This workshop teaches various concepts of storytelling as a means to make your research more engaging. Whether writing your final chapters or preparing for a conference, skillful storytelling has widespread applicability throughout our lives. This workshop provides: Concepts of Storytelling that you can use as a tool to structure the delivery of your research; an opportunity to discuss the layout of your research as a group and to find ways to improve upon it; a method of structuring your research, the Storyboard, which you can use in the workshop to work on your current project.

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Stages of PhD

Early 0-14 months

Mid 12-24 months

Late 24-finish