JOIN THE CENTRAL SIPS ZOOM
The Central SIPS Zoom is a combination "work and chat" zoom which runs for three hours daily starting at 9am GMT+10.30. We use the recommended "chunking" strategy to keep being focused while allowing time for everyone to touch base, check in, catch up, and have a bit of a gab. Writing sessions run for 25 minutes each, inter spaced by chat sessions which vary in length depending on the number of people and the discussion that is happening. These Zooms are password protected to keep attendees safe and to allow for a collaborative environment. To access these sessions, please complete the form below.
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Are you a higher degree research student or an academic?
Final year undergraduates and honours students are welcome if you are considering a research pathway.
What University are you from?
Please provide the institution where you work or are completing your studies (e.g. "University of South Australia.")
What is your area of study
Please provide your field of study (e.g. "Allied Health.")
Preferred Name and Pronouns
Please provide your preferred name and pronouns (e.g. Jane Smith, Her/They.)
Please provide an email for us to contact you on to provide the SIPS login details. This does NOT have to be your university email.
By submitting this form and receiving the password to entering a SIPS, you are agreeing to abiding by our Code of Conduct. Our Code of Conduct is as follows:
Comments which include offensive or inappropriate language, or are considered to be rude and offensive, will be edited or deleted.
Personal attacks are not permitted. Responses may question/argue/critique the content, but not attack members of the SIPS.
Any comment which does not continue the conversation or goes off topic may be edited or deleted.
Individuals who violate this code of conduct will be removed from the chat system and they will not be allowed to re-enter.
Hosts can remove participants at their own discretion without explanation.
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