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Thread: Windows 10

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16-Jun-16, 22:15
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It seems you can download and save on a DVD or pendrive for later installation:

Thread: Tips for presenting without Powerpoint screen

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16-Jun-16, 20:31
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Thanks. Guess I will just see how it goes. Funny - online there is heaps of advice for powerpoint presentations but can't seem to find any for a good old fashioned talk with handouts. Think it is a different dynamic altogether though really. No visual effects etc.

Thread: Should the sample size be given in the proposal itself?

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16-Jun-16, 15:46
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It is good if you can state a target sample size and some justification as to why (e.g., what other studies did or even better power analysis - if its quantitative that is).

It can change later but defo good to put it is as it shows you know what you're aiming for (what you need to detect an effect) and whether it can be achieved in the given time frame.

Thread: Tips for presenting without Powerpoint screen

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16-Jun-16, 15:43
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I've been told no computer is available in the room and asked to forward the slides so that the host can print them and hand them out!

Thread: Tips for presenting without Powerpoint screen

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16-Jun-16, 12:11
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Hi all

Does anyone have any tips for presenting to a small group without slides on screen but with slides printed and handed out? Has anyone here done this before? Did you stand up/sit down, etc?

Cheers
Tudor

Thread: Windows 10

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16-Jun-16, 11:05
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Judging by Microsoft's sheer desperation to get people upgrading to Windows 10, it wouldn't surprise me if after the free period ends they actually start paying people to do it!

Thread: Windows 10

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16-Jun-16, 11:02
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Everyone I know who has upgraded to Windows 10 so far has regretted it. One even paid money to have it restored to her previous version as it kept crashing and she couldn't do the downgrade herself. One says he can't find anything on there and simple things takes ages to do now (probably just a learning curve thing that will get better).

The IT services at my university strongly advised us not to upgrade if we can help it (despite aggressive marketing from Microsoft). There are issues with privacy among other things. Google it! If you are happy with your current version, I'd say keep it!

Thread: Postgrads & the EU Referendum

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15-Jun-16, 18:41
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That is a really good point! I only found that out recently.

Thread: APA referencing question

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15-Jun-16, 16:31
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Hi all

I can't seem to find the answer to this when I google, so does anyone know... if you are referencing a published assessment in the text, do you need to state it is the first edition (i.e., when others have been published after)? I somehow think you shouldn't unless it is a later edition, but am not 100% sure. Does anyone know?

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Thread: Postgrads & the EU Referendum

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15-Jun-16, 15:43
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A problem with this article is that it does not frame the debate within the dynamic context of UK politics (just my humble opinion). We have to remember that current and future elected UK governments can and will make decisions about university fees. And this is the same of course for other EU (and non-EU) countries across the world. Fees can and will change.

Hope it is OK to be critical : )

Thread: Postgrads & the EU Referendum

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15-Jun-16, 13:45
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Thanks for posting. Good to know that that Erasmus is independent of EU membership!

Thread: Need support in picking a PhD title/area

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14-Jun-16, 18:21
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Hi Friz

I agree that the above are very important considerations.

Regarding the topic. Did the Masters go well? If so, are there any academics you worked with/were taught by who you could talk to about potential topics or more general advice? That is what I found most helpful, as once you have someone who is willing to support you, they can give you guidance and help you secure a place or funding, as well as giving feedback on your proposal/development of ideas.

Best
Tudor

Thread: What's it like teaching for the first time?

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14-Jun-16, 08:45
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Every class is different. I was teaching 5 seminars each week (all the same content - what a bore), and each class always went so differently. I basically stuck to the plan but whereas one group were enthusiastic and participated, another would be quiet and you'd have to work really hard to get them to contribute. Then next week it might be the other way round. Videos work a treat. A sense of humour is good too, once you know them a bit. It's fun! My only advice is prepare well (e.g., activities and back up activity in case you finish too soon) and enjoy yourself. Everything else will fall into place.

Thread: Masters in Professional Accountancy

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13-Jun-16, 16:20
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In my MRes I had ideally wanted to dedicate about 10h per credit as AOE26 has said. But when it came to it, it was so full on that that was impossible. I ended up dedicating about 4h per credit I'd say, and less than that for the larger modules (e.g., >20 credits).

Thread: Transcription madness

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10-Jun-16, 08:27
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Doolally is exactly the feeling! I don't use the official pomodoro technique, as I am a pretty strict worker (generally), working with set short breaks etc. I don't think I can apply it to my transcription. When I feel like screaming and getting up from the desk, or browsing the web for a longer time, I just have to. Even though I know it'll take me longer.
Good idea about getting rid of the "transcription phase". I need to stop letting it build up and do it "as and when" it comes in.
Have a good weekend all.
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