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The aim of this conference is to advise researchers on the preparation and presentation of their research projects, based on our experience in the Unit. The aim is to avoid the mistakes made in previous calls for proposals and to achieve greater success in the awarding of projects and more funding for new ones. Contents: How to successfully prepare a research project, What's new in the call, Evaluation criteria, Deadlines, Types of projects, Participation requirements, Electronic processing of applications, At the Vice-Rector's Office, Recommendations.


A single Royal Decree has finally made the Digital University a forced reality. Although the response of the teaching staff in this transition has been admirable and teaching is being developed from day one through the network, this session will review some fundamental keys to e-learning and will review the contributions of the "emerging pedagogies" for these times of confinement.

By Daniel Torres Salinas. Workshops given in the context of the "ERA CAREER DAY TOLEDO" with the title The Research Career in Europe: Is it (im)possible in Spain? It is a day with European funding in the framework of the EUESCADA Project - FECYT. In the presentation, the five basic stages to become a researcher and the skills to be acquired in each of them are presented. Special emphasis is placed on the ability to publish in high impact journals, to lead research and to maintain solid and productive international scientific relations. Finally, a series of tips related to scientific careers.