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10.08./17.08./24.08./31.08./07.09.2021 - Online-Seminar: "Netzwerk Wissenschaft" - Soziale Medien im akademischen Kontext gewinnbringend nutzen

10.08.2021 um 19:00 bis 07.09.2021 um 20:30

Dr. Mirjam Gleßmer, Fascinocean

Zielgruppe

Lehrende

Kursbeschreibung

Soziale Medien wie Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Research Gate und viele andere können effizient dafür genutzt werden, um sich quasi in Echtzeit über neue fachliche Entwicklungen zu informieren, um eigene Arbeiten sichtbar zu machen und um Netzwerke aufzubauen und zu pflegen.

Über die ersten vier Termine hinweg entwickeln wir individuelle Strategien, um einen geeigneten Kanal auszuwählen (dabei werden alle möglichen Kanäle unterstützt, die Beispiele kommen vorwiegend aus Twitter und Instagram), aus Kommunikationszielen abgeleitete Zielgruppen zu definieren und erste Schritte in die aktive Nutzung zu gehen. Der fünfte Termin ist ein Angebot zum Austausch mit anderen Mitarbeiter*innen der CAU, die ebenfalls auf Social Media aktiv sind, und die zu diesem Termin mit eingeladen sind.

Lernziele

Die Teilnehmenden ...

  • kennen die Potenziale, die unterschiedliche Social Media Plattformen im akademischen Kontext bieten
  • haben für sich Ziel, Zielgruppe und Nachricht entwickelt
  • haben auf der Plattform / den Plattformen ihrer Wahl ein Profil eingerichtet und erste Schritte in eine aktive Nutzung gemacht

 

Organisatorisches

  • Datum und Uhrzeit: 10.08./17.08./24.08./31.08./07.09.2021, jeweils 19:00 - 20:30 Uhr (10 AE)
  • Ort: Der Zugang wir Ihnen per E-Mail bekannt gegeben
  • Modulanrechnung Zertifikate H4; F3; F5 (siehe Modulübersicht)
  • Kursnummer: F212032
  • Gebühr: 300,00 €. Kostenlos für Mitarbeiter*innen der CAU sowie Doktorand*innen, die im Graduiertenzentrum registriert sind.

 

Anmeldung

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27./28.09.2021 - Online-Seminar: "Starting a career in the non-academic labor market: Matching market needs and self-presentation"

27.09.2021 um 09:00 bis 28.09.2021 um 16:30

Dr. Monika Clausen

Target group

Postdocs

Course description

In the course of the two-day workshop, the participants will
deal with:

  • The labour market and the labour market situation for
    academics
  • The expectations of personnel managers
  • The requirements for meaningful application documents
  • The importance of skills and personal strengths as selling
    points
  • The questions asked in job interviews
  • The hidden labour market and alternative ways of applying for jobs

 

Learning Targets

With successful participation, participants will have achieved
the following goals by the end of the workshop:

  • Linking profiles and labor market: realizing differences in
    expectations
  • Learning how to apply successfully: the documents, the
    interviews, the follow-ups
  • Training self-marketing: skills and practice interviews
  • Learning tools to answer difficult questions convincingly

 

Organisational details

  • Date: 27./28. of September 2021, daily 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Place: We will announce the place in an e-mail about 10 days before the date
  • Fee: 500,00€, free for employees of CAU and PhD students who are
  • Course number: F212020

 

Regristration

To enrol for this course, please use our online registration form.

(Registration deadline: 14 days before the course starts)

 

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09.11.2021 - Online: „Networking in academia“. How to build a supportive network

09.11.2021 von 19:00 bis 20:30

Dr. Mirjam Gleßmer, Fascinocean

Target group

Courses for all academic staff (from research and teaching)

Course description

Good mentorship can make or break careers, but it is almost impossible to find one mentor to fulfill all mentoring needs. Therefore, an alternative approach is to build and actively participate in a network of (peer-)mentors.

In this workshop, we first map out mentoring needs that typically arise in the course of a scientific career, like, for example, strategic advice, professional development, accountability, feedback, and emotional support. We then consider our existing networks under the lens of how a person or a resource can help fill specific needs. Lastly, we look at gaps in the mentoring map and discuss how they can be filled: what quality in person or resource is needed, where it could be found, and how it can be approached and integrated into our mentoring network. While the focus is on your needs and how to get them met, in the context of this workshop, networking is always as much about giving as about receiving.

The workshop “Networking in academia: Social Media” (which runs over the following Tuesday nights) works well in combination with this one, especially in times of social distancing and for participants who are not able to travel. It gives a practical, hands-on introduction into how to build your network online.

 

Learning targets

Participants

  • understand their own mentoring needs
  • can identify who in their network can contribute in what way
  • know what gaps there are still to fill
  • can apply strategies how to fill those or future gaps

 

Organisational details

  • Date: 9th of November 2021, 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.  (2 AE)
  • Place: We will announce the place in an e-mail before the date
  • Modules H4; F3; F5 see synopsis (in German)
  • Kursnummer: F212029
  • Fee: 75,00 €. Free for employees of CAU and PhD students who are registered in Graduiertenzentrum.

 

Registration

To enrol for this course, please use our online registration form. (Registration deadline: 3 days before the course starts)

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16.11./23.11./30.11./07.12./14.12.2021 - Online: "Networking in academia: Social Media"

16.11.2021 um 19:00 bis 14.12.2021 um 20:30

Dr. Mirjam Gleßmer, Fascinocean

Target Group

Courses for all academic staff (from research and teaching)

Course Description

Social media like Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Research Gate and many more are great tools to – pretty much in real time – learn about new developments in the field, showcase own work or ideas, and build a network.

Over the first four meetings we’ll develop individual strategies to choose the platform that works best for your goals, audience and message, and we’ll take first steps into actively using that platform. While all platforms are supported, examples are mainly drawn from Twitter and Instagram.

The fifth meeting is a networking meeting with other CAU employees that are active on social media and who are invited to join and contribute on that day.

Learning Targets

Participants

  • understand the potential of social media for academic networking
  • develop their communication goal, audience, and message
  • have created a profile on the platform of their choice and have done first steps towards actively using

 

Organisation details

  • Date and time: 16.11./23.11./30.11./07.12./14.12., daily 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (10 AE)
  • Place: We will announce the place in an e-mail about 10 days before the date
  • Modules: H4; F3; F5 see synopsis (in German)
  • Number of the course: F212033
  • Fee: 300,00 €. Free for employees of CAU and PhD students who are registered in Graduiertenzentrum.

 

Registration

To enrol for this course, please use our online registration form. (Registration deadline: 14 days before the course starts)

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