On The Reg live: podcasting with Inger Mewburn and Jason Downs

On The Reg live: podcasting with Inger Mewburn and Jason Downs

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Join us for a live taping of the 'On the Reg' podcast and ask us all your hard questions about academic productivity!

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In this #whisperfest2020 session, Jason and Inger will take your questions about how to be more productive at work and try to answer them, while showing you how we produce our joint podcast at a distance. You will see us set up, 'tape', unwind and then edit the podcast and put it up online. By the end of this session, you will have the tools and skills to start your own podcast should you so desire!

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https://anu.zoom.us/j/96499110767?pwd=RDhpRFJwOHJrdDBkWS90WTRjSFREdz09

Meeting ID: 964 9911 0767Password: 2602

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Dr Jason Downs is the Director of Programs at Australia's largest Business School - RMIT College of Business and Law. He is responsible for the overall quality of programs and supporting the ongoing development of innovative programs to meet the needs of society, industry and students. He works across the university and with international partners to ensure that students have an awesome and transformative educational experience.

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Since 2006, Inger has worked exclusively with PhD students and early career academics, helping them finish complex research projects with (sometimes very) demanding stakeholders. She’s passionate about helping people reach their potential as researchers and helping to create a kinder, more inclusive academy.

Inger is currently the Director of Researcher Development at The Australian National University where she oversees professional development workshops and programs for all ANU researchers. Aside from creating new posts on the Thesis Whisperer blog, she writes scholarly papers, books and book chapters about research education, with a special interest in post PhD employability. She is the co-inventor of the PostAc platform.

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