Training Programmes

Training Programme

 

JRAAS Training Programme (12, 13, 16, 19, 20 of May)

The JRAAS Training Programme was designed to prepare the students to contribute to research and outreach activities promoted by CETAPS, as well as by the AngloAmerican Studies Department at FLUP.

The Training Programme consists of 5 modules, each approaching different areas: (1) Organization of Events; (2) Bibliographic Research: Digital Resources; (3) Academic Writing: Writing a Review; (4) Academic Writing: Submitting an Abstract; and (5) Copy-Editing. Enrolment is free and available for students who are attending (or have completed) their Masters in Anglo-American Studies and Teaching of English at FLUP. PhD students may also attend the training programme provided there are positions available (max. 25 students per module).

 

First contact with Adobe Illustrator software: vectors, infographics and posters (13th -15th April 2016)

8-hour workshop with Cláudia Torres, a Utopia500 trainee.

 

Seminar How to manage a project – Introduction to Goal directed project management (14th June 2016)

Christina Martens, ERASMUS' Intern working for CETAPS and specialist in Project Management, delivered a training session to the JRAAS team.

 

Seminar How to document a work process - Introduction to Event-driven process chains (EPCs) - (22nd June 2016)

Christina Martens, ERASMUS' Intern working for CETAPS and specialist in Project Management, delivered a training session to the JRAAS team.

 

Workshop on Google Advanced Searching (4th August 206)

Sadettin Demirel, ERASMUS' Intern working for CETAPS, delivered a workshop to the ERAMUS trainees and JRAAS team.

 

Workshop on Data Visualization (13th September 2016)

Sadettin Demirel, ERASMUS' Intern working for CETAPS, delivered a workshop on Data Visualization to the ERAMUS trainees and JRAAS team.

   

 

Workshop on Furthering Digital Humanities: Critical Approaches, Projects, and Tools (15th November)

Michelle Lezana, ERASMUS+ Intern working for CETAPS, delivered a workshop on Digital Humanities to the ERASMUS trainees and JRAAS team.

 

 

Workshop on Music (2nd February 2017)

Maria Ionesco, an Erasmus+ trainee, will be delivering a workshop on music (title to be announced)