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If you're intending to look for/ starting work as a lab demonstrator, tutor or class assistant, then you may wish attend a workshop in the Oxford Preparing for Learning and Teaching programme.

Course Details

If you’re intending to look for or start work as a demonstrator in the next term or so, and you’d like to learn more about how to demonstrate effectively, then this hands-on workshop is for you. During the course you will work with your peers to:

  • Learn about lab demonstrating in the Oxford science/engineering context;
  • Think about the purposes of undergraduate labs; and
  • Develop your own demonstrating skills.

Intended for

Graduate research students and postdoctoral researchers

Number of Places

25

Speaker(s)

Dr. Proochista Ariana

Resources

The MPLS DLT Handbook is available here.

Date/Time

The course last took place on Tuesday 13 January 2015 between 2-4pm.

Venue

Michaelmas Term: Garden Room, Careers Service

Hilary Term: Wolfson Seminar Room, CRL

RDF Skills Codes

B3, D3

 

Booking

TBC