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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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On Track - Referencing and Plagiarism
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Do you have questions about referencing? Are you concerned about plagiarism?

Join our Academic Support Librarians at a Q&A session offering general advice about referencing and plagiarism. If there are questions we can’t answer in the session, we will get back to you afterwards.

Don’t forget that our RefWise and PlagiarWise tutorials are available 24/7 and are full of useful tips and advice.

This workshop will be held as a webinar via Microsoft Teams.

Join the Q&A via Microsoft Teams.

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Midlands Medical Imaging Network (MMIN) Lunchtime Postgraduate Careers Series

The next session of MMIN ECR/PGR Student Careers event on Wednesday 15 July will be hosted by University of Warwick students. Find out more.

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PGR matters: Doing your viva online

Hear a PGR student's experience of doing their Viva online and information from the Doctoral College. Do you have any questions?
These mini information sessions are for you to find out more about topics important to Researcher life. They give you the opportunity to meet other PGR's (online) and have a break! Book onto the sessions by clicking here and selecting the sessions you want to join. You will then receive the Teams meeting request to allow you to join the session.

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Post Graduate Research (PGR) Wellbeing Masterclasses

This masterclass is aimed at Post Graduate Research (PGR) students to provide a snapshot of strategies and tips that you can use to look after your wellbeing.

We understand that as a PGR student you may be faced with challenges throughout your course both academically and personally; juggling study with work or family commitments, stress surrounding future career choices or pressures of a financial nature for example.

The session will provide you with advice on how to manage some of these and other challenges that may arise during your Post Graduate course. You will come away with a range of practical tools and resources that you can use to remain motivated, productive and that can help you to manage competing demands.