Dates and times: Thursday 12th March and Friday 13th March, 2020
Live video stream via Zoom link : Important: Join meeting (click the link), and join with your real name (Last name, First name)
Programme – Day One
Obligatory attendance for all
Thursday 12th March, 101A Leena Palotie Audtiorium, Aapistie 5A Kontinkangas
The name of the game - Key players, their roles and goals
The DSS: Influencing the development of the graduate school
|9:40-10:00||Been there, done that (part 1)||Teemu Tuovinen|
The game plan - Rules of play
|12:45-13:05||Been there, done that (part 2)||Kaisu Jansson|
Time management and motivation - getting it together, keeping it together
|13:35-13:55||Been there, done that (part 3)||Mikko Karpale|
|BREAK (coffee/tea provided by UniOGS)|
Programmes of UniOGS
|Mirja Peltola, Mirjami Jutila, Riitta Kamula, Janne Kurtakko|
Funding and mobility - Money talks
|15:30-16:00||Summary and closing words of the first day||UniOGS coordinators|
Programme – Day Two
Attendance is strongly recommended (but not obligatory) for all, and particularly for all those who have recently arrived in Oulu University
Friday 13th March, P117, Kontinkangas
|Session 4: Systems and devices|
The support and safety offered by the FUURT for your academic career
WebOodi and Personal Study Plan (PSP)
Library and publishing services
|Ursula Heinikoski & Mari Katvala|
|10:50-11:00||Problems & solutions, Questions & answers||UniOGS coordinators|
Post-assignment of the course – Obligatory for all
Reflective Learning Diary – My doctoral training as part of my career
Analyze your expectations towards your own doctoral training and how it impacts on your future career.
- What expectations do you have towards the doctoral training in general? What kind of role will your attitudes have on conducting the research project?
- What role do you think your doctoral training will have in your future career? What actions could you take to maximize the positive outcomes? How could you use your personal competence and skills portfolio to achieve your goals?
- What do you consider as the most important questions at the moment related to your doctoral training process? What is getting you closer to your goals? What is standing in the way of your success? What would be important to get more information or knowledge about?
- What is your research environment like? How do you interact with these different groups? How do the different groups help you to become a specialist in your field?
- How are your own research group and principal supervisor affecting the way you do your own research?
- What do you expect from UniOGS?
What is a reflective learning diary?
A reflective learning diary is not an essay. In a reflective learning diary, the key factors are what you have learned and how. Reflect on what you have learned and describe what the learning process has been like for you.
Length: 2 pages (A4, 1.5 line-spacing).
Language: English or Finnish
Deadline: Monday 13th April 2020
Submission: As an e-mail attachment addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject bar of the e-mail must include only the following: “Learning diary Spring 2020 – LastName, FirstName” (replace LastName, FirstName with your own name).
Last updated: 18.3.2020