Monthly Archives: February 2013

You log in, you create and Waoh!

I am pleased to blog that I will be presenting my work so far during my placement at the Digitally Ready showcase event on 1st March. Interestingly, I will be the only student presenting on that day. The synopsis is … Continue reading

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Lessons learnt the hard way last forever

Hello, I am Katerina Lazidou, a research student working on a small project funded by the Digitally Ready team. This small project is being conducted for the School of Biological Sciences, with Dr Teeroumanee Nadan and Dr Kimberly Watson. This … Continue reading

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My start in the world of publication and interviewing

My step into academic writing started last week when Tee informed me that we are going ahead with publishing my summer work and further work on the Existing and Emerging Biotechnology framework in an appropriate journal. Obviously, Tee could have … Continue reading

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Challenges to Internationalisation

End of last month Simon Sweeney, Higher Education Academy (HEA) Associate, visited us at Reading in his capacity as advisor for the Internationalisation Change Programme initiative. The visit started with a 2-hour meeting with members of the ICP team followed … Continue reading

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The use of technologies among like-minded people

It was early January, even before the term started, when I met with Dr Geoff Taggart (Lecturer/Co-Director BA CDL, Institute of Education) and Enza Siciliano Verruccio (Italian Language Coordinator, Modern Languages and European Studies) with regards to future directions and … Continue reading

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