Charles University (CU) is closely monitoring the covid-19 situation and is keeping the academic community continually informed with up-to-date information. CU is following, and will follow, the recommendations of the relevant state bodies and is prepared to react promptly to developments.12 April 2021
Charles University urgently warns against fraudulent e-mails that were sent on the night of 25 March 2021. These e-mails contain a false request for a price quote and misuse the name of CU and its e-mail addresses, both fictional and real. This is a scam. These e-mails have nothing to do with Charles University.26 March 2021
Based on the Czech government’s Emergency Measure, starting on 17 March 2021 employees shall not be admitted to workplaces without confirmation that they have tested negative for SARS-CoV-2. For this reason, Charles University is initiating the large-scale testing of its employees.22 March 2021
The goal of this appeal is to support student clubs and associations at CU (and/or related activities by individuals), particularly in the following areas: online getting-to-know-you events and information activities for first-year students, activities for caring for students’ mental health, sports and introductory activities for students, activities for support and popularisation connected to study.29 March 2021
Speakers at a one-day conference at Charles University focusing on the pandemic more than a year on agreed: an outbreak such as the one we have seen was a ticking time bomb. Despite how prepared we might be in terms of knowledge, virologist Ladislav Machala said globalisation had shown we have never been “more vulnerable.“25 March 2021
Last year, the Open Science Support Centre launched a popular e-learning course on Research Data Management. We are happy to announce that the course is now available in English, too! The Research Data Management course introduces basic concepts of research data management as well as some specific tools that can help you manage your data effectively.22 March 2021
For many of us the way we present our ideas is crucial to our relationships. Having the ability to communicate confidently and correctly in English can enhance your personal effectiveness and work performance, as well as having a big impact on how you are perceived by others.
This practical and interactive webinar will introduce you to some of the skills you need to communicate more effectively at work. The training is hands-on - providing time for reflection, a bit of practice, and some feedback.
Course focus areas:
• Communication Styles – understanding and adapting to communication preferences
• Positive influencing skills
A CEF level of B2(high)/ - C1/C2 is needed to participate, as it will be taught entirely in English.
Participants will be asked to bring a mobile phone with a recording device to the webinar for one of the tasks