This section aims to see you through the period after your first four weeks, through to the end of Probation and beyond. It aims to build on the basic information provided during your workplace induction and give you a range of important information that you help you fully integrate.
Programme of events
NB - our Transitions Programme is currently under review and being up-dated.
We have a number of “bite sized” events (between one and two hours in duration) that are repeated throughout the year, designed to increase your understanding of DMU.
As an example these have included:
- An introduction to Higher Education (for those who have not worked in this sector before).
- League Table essentials:
- Exploring the Strategic Framework
Explore the various development opportunities available to you.
See the opportunities with IT, Health and Safety, Research Development and CELT (Centre for Enhancing Learning through Technologies).
Find our regular programme of courses, workshops and events as well as our “e-resources” and the Managers’ Toolkit.
This is a site within “Blackboard” containing a number of learning resources:
- Equality and Diversity Essentials (an online course)
- Safeguarding Essentials (an online course)
- The Leadership and management Development Framework
- Constructive Conversations (resources to support the course of the same name)
- Personal tutoring (resources to support this role)
To access MyDevelopment please visit vle.dmu.ac.uk
Once signed in, scroll down to My Communities, then click on MyDevelopment.
Copyright for teaching staff
Various licences can help you to use printed and electronic copyright material safely in support of teaching and learning. Gain an overview of how best to use electronic resources and links in your Blackboard module, and how to go about obtaining permission to use sources that are not covered by the law or by licence.
More information is available from the Copyright Guide on the library website here.
Research Integrity guidelines for Academics and Research staff
The Guidelines for Good Research Practice provide information on the standards researchers are expected to adhere to. Additionally, the Guidelines outline the responsibilities DMU has to support best practice.
The Misconduct in Research – Investigation Procedure has been developed for investigating allegations of research misconduct at DMU. The procedure covers anyone conducting research under the auspices of DMU, including research degree students.
For more information on why research integrity is important, online training and resources available please click here.
Explore the different ways in which you can help DMU become a more sustainable university
See the opportunities to get involved and meet new colleagues through Green Impact, and the Environmental Champions network
Find out about we can support you to make greener travel choices and how we manage environmental issues at DMU