Date: April 8-9, 2019
Venue: The Grand Hotel, Malahide, Dublin, Ireland
|Full Conference - Member (Earlybird)||£435|
|Full Conference - Non-member (Earlybird)||£505|
|Day 1 - Member Price (Earlybird)||£255|
|Day 1 - Non-member Price (Earlybird)||£295|
|Day 2 - Member Price (Earlybird)||£255|
|Day 2 - Non-Member Price (Earlybird)||£295|
Call for Papers: November 9, 2018
Submit a paper (a 300 word abstract): Here
Info and registration: Here
ICDDET4 will explore the wider impact of structured doctoral training, for candidates, supervisors and universities, through the following broad conference themes:
What are the benefits and disadvantages of structured training for individual doctoral candidates?
Diversity and wellbeing
What impact do structured training programmes have on inclusivity and diversity? Does a structured approach support or detract from student wellbeing?
What are the similarities and differences among structured training models in different disciplinary groups?
Supervisors, trainers and development
Who are other key stakeholders in a structured approach? How can they be best supported?
Evidence and value for money
What data exists to support the claims that structured training is effective? Are the additional costs of structured training justified?
What are the most novel and/or effective approaches to structure that are currently being used or developed?