Getting Ready for the EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium

Soft-Skills Workshop The Summer School is just in time for the second EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium Deadline. This year the EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium introduces a new “Ideas” Track for early stage Ph.D. candidates. This creates the opportunity for getting valuable feedback in your initial ideas and offers the opportunity to grow

Speakers

Christian Glahn
Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland

Start

May 26, 2020 - 14:00

End

May 26, 2020 - 15:30

Soft-Skills Workshop

The Summer School is just in time for the second EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium Deadline. This year the EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium introduces a new “Ideas” Track for early stage Ph.D. candidates. This creates the opportunity for getting valuable feedback in your initial ideas and offers the opportunity to grow your network in the TEL Research community.

This workshop allows you to get an insight on how the EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium works and how your research benefits most from participating to it. The DC’s call has many points to consider for a submission, because we have found that considering these points helps improving your submission and is the key for gaining the biggest benefit for your research. At the same time, we often hear that candidates struggle answering them appropriately. In this workshop we will work on hardening your research question and expressing the innovative potential of your ideas and refine them into a suitable submission for the EC-TEL Doctoral Consortium. This workshop helps you to give your DC submission the final touch or just to align your ideas to the community. If you plan to submit to this year’s EC-TEL DC, make sure that you already have a draft submission going and your formal recommendation letter signed by your supervisor/adviser. The workshop addresses Ph.D. candidates at all stages of their PhD project.