Institute for Academic Development
Institute for Academic Development

Pop-Up IAD for researchers

About the Pop-Up training from IAD - a new initiative for researchers at the University of Edinburgh.

Although we've successfully moved most of our training provision online, we recognise that the current situation is making additional demands on the University's researchers. This led us to start the "Pop-Up IAD" on March 19th.  It’s growing into a library of online training and resources:

iad4researchers blog - pop-up training

The library includes short workshops on a range of topics including:

  • Career planning
  • Resilience
  • Fellowships
  • Productivity

Every session has a dedicated blog post with a recording of the session, supporting materials and useful links.

How to find out more and book

The sessions are bookable through the MyEd events booking section, and listed on our “at a glance” summary of workshops:

'At a glance' workshops summary - for research staff

We’ll keep you up to date with information via our social media channels:

Twitter for research staff

Twitter for doctoral researchers

Got ideas for other sessions we could run?

You can submit your ideas for future sessions to our Doctoral Programme on IAD.PhD@ed.ac.uk and for Research Staff on IAD.Researchers@ed.ac.uk

We're also developing a new stream of training by Research Staff for PhD researchers. If any research staff would like to be part of this, email sara.shinton@ed.ac.uk

Infographics

Various infographics which summarise discussions and insights emerging from a number of our Pop-Up IAD sessions

Related Links

Inspired by the Institute of Academic Development’s pop-up training, Evidence Base is proud to bring you Pop-Up Inclusion Matters! This is a programme of presentations, seminars and workshops which will showcase the work of the Inclusion Matters programme as well as other related work at the University of Edinburgh.

Evidence Base is one of 11 projects funded by the EPSRC Inclusion Matters programme, all designed to improve different aspects of equality, diversity and inclusion in the Engineering and Physical Sciences.

Pop-Up Inclusion Matters November 2020 - find out more