Making your research accessible: with Dr Emily Nordmann

Making your research accessible: a guide to publishing opportunities for students and educators.

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In this session we will discuss the good, the bad, the ugly, and the inefficient realities of academic publishing and instead offer alternatives to sharing your work. Preprint servers, teaching and learning journals, and undergraduate research specific outlets and events such as Reinvention or WorldCUR-BCUR can maximise impact, boost your CV, and promote open and reproducible research practices for both students and teachers. Emily Nordmann was awarded the British Psychological Society’s Teacher of the Year in 2020 and has written for national publications such as WonkHE and the Times Higher Education.

Dr Emily Nordmann is a Senior Lecturer & Deputy Director of Education at University of Glasgow. Her research predominantly focuses on lecture capture, how it can be used as an effective study tool by students, and the impact on students from widening participation backgrounds as well as those with disabilities and neurodivergent conditions.


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Location

John Henry Brookes Lecture Theatre , Headington

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