Events

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Jan
22
Mon
Copper Coast International Film Festival – Festival Opening and Film Screenings @ Reading Room, Alex Building
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Copper Coast International Film Festival - Festival Opening and Film Screenings @ Reading Room, Alex Building | Wales | United Kingdom

CCIFF Programme for Monday 22nd

10am – Festival opens

The Dean and Kevin Allen

10.30am – Top 40 films (screening one)

Samuel Roberts Theatre – Hal Hartley’s Henry Fool (1997)

James Burns Theatre – Comedy

12.30pm – Interval

1.30pm – Reading Room – Top 40 films (screening two)

Samuel Roberts Theatre – Hal Hartley’s Fay Grimm (2006)

James Burns Theatre – Drama

4.30pm – Close

Jan
23
Tue
Copper Coast International Film Festival: Film Screenings @ Reading Room, Alex Building
Jan 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Copper Coast International Film Festival: Film Screenings @ Reading Room, Alex Building | Wales | United Kingdom

CCIFF Programme for Tuesday 23rd

10am – Opens with Head of School C. Thraves with Clare Sturges

10.30am – Top 20 films (screening one)

Samuel Roberts Theatre – Hal Hartley’s Ned Rifle (2015)

James Burns Theatre – Stories from the Middle East

12.30pm – Interval

1.30pm – Reading Room – Top 40 films (screening two)

4.30pm – Close

Jan
24
Wed
Copper Coast International Film Festival: Industry Talks @ Reading Room, Alex Building
Jan 24 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Copper Coast International Film Festival: Industry Talks @ Reading Room, Alex Building | Wales | United Kingdom

CCIFF Programme for Wednesday 24th

12pm- Awards Day opens with Programme Director Timi O’Neill with BBC Wales Commissioner Christina Macaulay

1pm – Audience with Chris Durlacher

3 – 6pm – Screening of Destiny Ekaragha’s film Gone Too Far with Q&A

Book your free tickets here

Jan
25
Thu
Swansea Animation Days: Talks and Workshops @ Reading Room, Alex Building
Jan 25 @ 10:00 am – 4:30 pm
Swansea Animation Days: Talks and Workshops @ Reading Room, Alex Building | Wales | United Kingdom

The annual animation, games, and visual effects industry event, offers you the opportunity to participate in talks and workshops from industry professionals from all over the world.

This year’s confirmed speakers include;

  • Marie-Claire Isaaman, CEO Women in Games, WIGJ
  • Raphael de Almeida Pimentel, Animation Director, Luma Pictures, LA USA and Melbourne, Australia
  • Becky Graham, Sequence Supervisor, Double Negative, London
  • Lee Greatorex, MPC
  • Richard Baldwin and Alan Rodger, Senior 3D Visualisers, iCreate, Swansea
  • William Gabriele Rigging Technical Director, Framestore, London
  • Matt Rees, Senior Animator, Aardman Animations, Bristol.

Tickets will be available soon. Keep an eye out on our social media @UWTSDStudents for updates

Jan
26
Fri
Swansea Animation Days: Careers @ Reading Room, Alex Building
Jan 26 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm
Swansea Animation Days: Careers @ Reading Room, Alex Building | Wales | United Kingdom

The annual animation, games, and visual effects industry event, offers you the opportunity to participate in talks and workshops from industry professionals from all over the world.

Careers talks will be given by the following speakers:

  • Derek Bainton (UWTSD)
  • Raphael Pimentel (Luma Pictures)
  • Richard Baldwin and Alan Rodger (iCreate)
  • Becky Graham (Double Negative)
  • Lee Greatorex (MPC)
  • Marie-Claire Isaaman (Women in Games)

Tickets will be available soon. Keep an eye out on our social media @UWTSDStudents for updates

Feb
12
Mon
Progress Towards a Theology of Religions @ Halliwell Lecture Theatre, Carmarthen
Feb 12 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Quality over Quantity on the web @ Carmarthen Cwad Room 2
Feb 12 @ 1:00 pm

Why attend this session?

Develop your critical thinking skills and get some practical advice on evaluating the quality of websites, and developing advanced internet searching skills for university.

During the session you will:

  • Explore why quality of information is important
  • Evaluate the quality of websites
  • Develop advanced internet searching skills
  • Learn how to avoid plagiarism
  • Consider the correct use of citations and referencing
  • Address copyright issues

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

‘Political Poetry and Marcher Lordship in the Wars of the Roses’ @ Founders' Library
Feb 12 @ 5:15 pm

Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts Research Lecture Series 2017-2018

Learned Society of Wales Annual Lecture
Prof. Helen Fulton (University of Bristol)
‘Political Poetry and Marcher Lordship in the Wars of the Roses’

Feb
13
Tue
Employability Skills: From Higher Education to the Workplace @ Swansea Business Campus Library Seminar Room
Feb 13 @ 11:00 am

Why attend this session?

Identify the transferable skills developed in Higher Education and explore how digital and information skills specifically can enhance your employability.

During the session you will:

  • Consider the knowledge economy
  • Identify the skills employers want
  • Use resources to develop these skills further
  • Explore transferring academic skills into workplace skills
  • Learn how to use online networks to stay current
  • Develop your information skills in refining results for relevant jobs

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Feb
16
Fri
Employability Skills: From Higher Education to the Workplace @ Carmarthen Cwad Room 1
Feb 16 @ 10:00 am

Why attend this session?

Identify the transferable skills developed in Higher Education and explore how digital and information skills specifically can enhance your employability.

During the session you will:

  • Consider the knowledge economy
  • Identify the skills employers want
  • Use resources to develop these skills further
  • Explore transferring academic skills into workplace skills
  • Learn how to use online networks to stay current
  • Develop your information skills in refining results for relevant jobs

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Feb
17
Sat
PGCE Open Day @ Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea
Feb 17 @ 10:00 am
PGCE Open Day @ Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea | Wales | United Kingdom

PGCE Open Days offer a brilliant opportunity to meet course tutors, receive application advice, participate in teacher training sessions and find out about bursaries.

Book onto the next open day here.

Feb
19
Mon
Quality over Quantity on the web @ Swansea Business Campus Library Seminar Room
Feb 19 @ 10:00 am

Why attend this session?

Develop your critical thinking skills and get some practical advice on evaluating the quality of websites, and developing advanced internet searching skills for university.

During the session you will:

  • Explore why quality of information is important
  • Evaluate the quality of websites
  • Develop advanced internet searching skills
  • Learn how to avoid plagiarism
  • Consider the correct use of citations and referencing
  • Address copyright issues

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Feb
21
Wed
Fake News: How to sort Fact from Fiction! @ Carmarthen Cwad Room 2
Feb 21 @ 12:00 pm

Why attend this session?

Explore the dangers of misinformation & fake news and update and develop your news seeking and handling skills using reliable and high quality online resources and tools.

During this session you will:

  • Explore what fake news means
  • Explore its history and origins
  • Look at examples of fake news stories
  • Consider its causes and effects
  • Learn how to identify fake news
  • Learn how to locate credible sources
  • Develop some practical  search tips
  • Learn to search and set up news alerts using Newsbank

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Feb
28
Wed
Employability Skills: From Higher Education to the Workplace @ Lampeter Library Confucius Institue Reading Room 1
Feb 28 @ 12:00 pm

Why attend this session?

Identify the transferable skills developed in Higher Education and explore how digital and information skills specifically can enhance your employability.

During the session you will:

  • Consider the knowledge economy
  • Identify the skills employers want
  • Use resources to develop these skills further
  • Explore transferring academic skills into workplace skills
  • Learn how to use online networks to stay current
  • Develop your information skills in refining results for relevant jobs

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Mar
5
Mon
Employability Skills: From Higher Education to the Workplace @ Mount Pleasant Owen Library Computer Room
Mar 5 @ 10:00 am

Why attend this session?

Identify the transferable skills developed in Higher Education and explore how digital and information skills specifically can enhance your employability.

During the session you will:

  • Consider the knowledge economy
  • Identify the skills employers want
  • Use resources to develop these skills further
  • Explore transferring academic skills into workplace skills
  • Learn how to use online networks to stay current
  • Develop your information skills in refining results for relevant jobs

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Mar
6
Tue
Quality over Quantity on the web @ Lampeter Library Confucius Institue Reading Room 1
Mar 6 @ 12:00 pm

Why attend this session?

Develop your critical thinking skills and get some practical advice on evaluating the quality of websites, and developing advanced internet searching skills for university.

During the session you will:

  • Explore why quality of information is important
  • Evaluate the quality of websites
  • Develop advanced internet searching skills
  • Learn how to avoid plagiarism
  • Consider the correct use of citations and referencing
  • Address copyright issues

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Mar
8
Thu
Fake News: How to sort Fact from Fiction! @ Swansea Business Campus Library Seminar Room
Mar 8 @ 12:00 pm

Why attend this session?

Explore the dangers of misinformation & fake news and update and develop your news seeking and handling skills using reliable and high quality online resources and tools.

During this session you will:

  • Explore what fake news means
  • Explore its history and origins
  • Look at examples of fake news stories
  • Consider its causes and effects
  • Learn how to identify fake news
  • Learn how to locate credible sources
  • Develop some practical  search tips
  • Learn to search and set up news alerts using Newsbank

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Mar
9
Fri
Quality over Quantity on the web @ Mount Pleasant Owen Library Computer Room
Mar 9 @ 10:00 am

Why attend this session?

Develop your critical thinking skills and get some practical advice on evaluating the quality of websites, and developing advanced internet searching skills for university.

During the session you will:

  • Explore why quality of information is important
  • Evaluate the quality of websites
  • Develop advanced internet searching skills
  • Learn how to avoid plagiarism
  • Consider the correct use of citations and referencing
  • Address copyright issues

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Mar
12
Mon
‘Trust, truth and belief: dialogues between Greeks and early Christians about proper divine-human relationships’ @ Founders' Library
Mar 12 @ 5:15 pm

Faculty of Humanities and Performing Arts Research Lecture Series 2017-2018

Roderic Bowen Library and Archives Annual Lecture
Prof. Teresa Morgan (Oriel College, Oxford)
‘Trust, truth and belief: dialogues between Greeks and early Christians about proper divine-human relationships’

Mar
13
Tue
Fake News: How to sort Fact from Fiction! @ Lampeter Library Confucius Institue Reading Room 1
Mar 13 @ 12:00 pm

Why attend this session?

Explore the dangers of misinformation & fake news and update and develop your news seeking and handling skills using reliable and high quality online resources and tools.

During this session you will:

  • Explore what fake news means
  • Explore its history and origins
  • Look at examples of fake news stories
  • Consider its causes and effects
  • Learn how to identify fake news
  • Learn how to locate credible sources
  • Develop some practical  search tips
  • Learn to search and set up news alerts using Newsbank

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Mar
16
Fri
Getting started with your dissertation drop-in sessions @ Carmarthen Cwad Room 2
Mar 16 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Calling all second years …

Don’t know where to start with your dissertation?
Need to find more information?

Can’t access the information you need?

We can help you to put a plan in place and get started. Come along with your dissertation title and we will help you to:

  • Put together an advanced search strategy to thoroughly search academic literature on your topic and refine the results
  • Locate sources of specialist information on your topic
  • Identify key databases and resources in your subject area
  • Put together a data plan to assist you with keeping track of the information you’re using e.g. using Refworks or Endnote
  • Advise on copyright, particularly if your work involves the use of images

Plan now! Save time, get the best results, get straight to the point.

Mar
19
Mon
Getting started with your dissertation drop-in sessions @ Swansea Business Campus Library Seminar Room
Mar 19 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Calling all second years …

Don’t know where to start with your dissertation?
Need to find more information?

Can’t access the information you need?

We can help you to put a plan in place and get started. Come along with your dissertation title and we will help you to:

  • Put together an advanced search strategy to thoroughly search academic literature on your topic and refine the results
  • Locate sources of specialist information on your topic
  • Identify key databases and resources in your subject area
  • Put together a data plan to assist you with keeping track of the information you’re using e.g. using Refworks or Endnote
  • Advise on copyright, particularly if your work involves the use of images

Plan now! Save time, get the best results, get straight to the point.

Mar
20
Tue
Getting started with your dissertation drop-in sessions @ Lampeter Library Confucius Institue Reading Room 1
Mar 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Calling all second years …

Don’t know where to start with your dissertation?
Need to find more information?

Can’t access the information you need?

We can help you to put a plan in place and get started. Come along with your dissertation title and we will help you to:

  • Put together an advanced search strategy to thoroughly search academic literature on your topic and refine the results
  • Locate sources of specialist information on your topic
  • Identify key databases and resources in your subject area
  • Put together a data plan to assist you with keeping track of the information you’re using e.g. using Refworks or Endnote
  • Advise on copyright, particularly if your work involves the use of images

Plan now! Save time, get the best results, get straight to the point.

Mar
26
Mon
Getting started with your dissertation drop-in sessions @ Townhill Campus Swansea
Mar 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Calling all second years …

Don’t know where to start with your dissertation?
Need to find more information?

Can’t access the information you need?

We can help you to put a plan in place and get started. Come along with your dissertation title and we will help you to:

  • Put together an advanced search strategy to thoroughly search academic literature on your topic and refine the results
  • Locate sources of specialist information on your topic
  • Identify key databases and resources in your subject area
  • Put together a data plan to assist you with keeping track of the information you’re using e.g. using Refworks or Endnote
  • Advise on copyright, particularly if your work involves the use of images

Plan now! Save time, get the best results, get straight to the point.

Mar
29
Thu
Getting started with your dissertation drop-in sessions @ Dynevor Campus Swansea
Mar 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Calling all second years …

Don’t know where to start with your dissertation?
Need to find more information?

Can’t access the information you need?

We can help you to put a plan in place and get started. Come along with your dissertation title and we will help you to:

  • Put together an advanced search strategy to thoroughly search academic literature on your topic and refine the results
  • Locate sources of specialist information on your topic
  • Identify key databases and resources in your subject area
  • Put together a data plan to assist you with keeping track of the information you’re using e.g. using Refworks or Endnote
  • Advise on copyright, particularly if your work involves the use of images

Plan now! Save time, get the best results, get straight to the point.

 

Book a place: InfoSkills@uwtsd.ac.uk 

Jun
23
Sat
PGCE Open Day @ Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea
Jun 23 @ 10:00 am
PGCE Open Day @ Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea | Wales | United Kingdom

PGCE Open Days offer a brilliant opportunity to meet course tutors, receive application advice, participate in teacher training sessions and find out about bursaries.

Book onto the next open day here.

Sep
15
Sat
PGCE Open Day @ Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea
Sep 15 @ 10:00 am
PGCE Open Day @ Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea | Wales | United Kingdom

PGCE Open Days offer a brilliant opportunity to meet course tutors, receive application advice, participate in teacher training sessions and find out about bursaries.

Book onto the next open day here.