IAD Masters network
This network is for Programme Directors, administrators, course organisers, and learning technologists who deal with Masters students. There are lunchtime seminars and a mailing list to enable discussion, collaboration and sharing of information.
Masters network seminar series 17/18
20:40 PGT Lunchtime Session - Professor Jonathan Seckl (Vice-Principal Planning, Resources and Research Policy)
Date: Wednesday 28th February 2018
Time: 12:30-14:00 (Please note lunch will be at 12:30 and the session will commence at 13:00)
Venue: BLT (Basement Lecture Theatre) - Doorway 6, (Medical School, Teviot) (Central Area) Find on campus map
Professor Jonathan Seckl will be addressing the new City Deal and how it will impact on all disciplines across the university (both PGT students and staff).
Please note we may provide further information on this event at a later date.
To book: book online now (EASE log in required)
PGT Teaching Admin Network (PTAN) meeting - aimed at PGT administrators
Meet and network with other PGT administrators across the University. Topics / speakers include: IAD support for PGT students writing dissertations; hear from Andy Shanks, UoE Director of Student Wellbeing; and Abby Shovlin, Academic Developer (Student Transitions) on student induction.
Date: Tuesday 27th February 2018
Time: 09:15 -13:30 - Refreshments and lunch will be provided
Venue: B1.11-2 Outreach Centre, 9C Holyrood Road (Holyrood) Find on on campus map
Information & booking: read an overview of the schedule and book online (EASE log in rquired)
Previous Masters network seminar series
Copies of presentations and handouts from earlier years are also available on request. A list available presentations are available below:
Please email us at the address below with any requests; please note requests may take up to 14 days to process.
Email mailing list
The email mailing list (iad_masters_network) is aimed at programme directors, administrators, course organisers, and learning technologists who work with taught postgraduate students.
The list will be used to keep you up to date with events, workshops and resources.
If you would like to join the mailing list please email sign up via the University mailing list service: