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Competence development

OsloMet Academy

OsloMet Academy will offer competence and career development initiatives to all employees at OsloMet. Specific courses and programs will be made available for managers, lecturers, researchers and administrative staff across the organization. The academy’s role is to give you the opportunity to develop your knowledge, skills and abilities in order to adapt to the current and future tasks and requirements at work.

NOTE: The English page will only show courses and programs conducted in English.

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Calendar
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Tuesday 29.10.19 kl. 12.00-15.00
To be announced
Are you a PhD-candidate writing an article-based dissertation? In many fields you are required to write a “kappe” as a part of you dissertation, a genre that many candidates find challenging.
Wednesday 30.10.19 kl. 11.35-12.30
What kind of grammar do we need when we write academic texts, communicating with other researchers in our field? The kinds of sentence we write in theses or articles are not necessarily the same kinds of sentence we speak aloud in conversation, or write in emails, blogs or newspaper articles. This course explores the particular kinds of grammar and sentence structures common in English academic prose, and aims to increase participants’ ability with the more complex sentence structures academics often use in English.
Thursday 31.10.19 kl. 10.00-12.00
P46, PA329
Bibliometric analysis and researcher profiles on various web sites are useful tools for making you and your research visible. This course helps you get started and gives you some tricks on the way.
Wednesday 27.11.19 kl. 09.00-15.00
PA46-PA329
How to write a competitive ERC proposal? This training presents the ERC to top researchers that are interested in applying to ERC funding.
Thursday 05.12.19 kl. 09.30-14.30
To be announced
Participants will get an introduction to the use of Geographical Information System (GIS) software (Course Part 1), and introduced to the usage of GIS for the exploration of space and place in ethnographic fieldwork (Course Part 2).
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