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A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH

CCETR0FY

Date: 18-10-2019 | Time: 10:00 am
Session Leader: Dr. Simon Watts
Date: 13-01-2020 | Time: 10:00 am
Session Leader: Dr. Simon Watts
Date: 13-05-2020 | Time: 7:00 pm
Session Leader: Dr. Kimberley Bartholomew

Topic: Statistics

Credit Value: 0.5
Gained By: Attendance Register


Personal and Professional Development Aims:

- To help students understand important concepts in quantitative research - To introduce students to a range of statistical tests that can be used to examine both significant associations and significant differences in a data set - To enable students to choose an appropriate statistical test relative to their own research questions/hypotheses - To enable students to interpret the results/output of each of a range of statistical tests and to report their findings in an appropriate format

Research Development Framework: A1|C2
Stage of Research: Starting your research

Research Ethics Guidance

HUMPR097

Date: 21-10-2019 | Time: 7:00 pm
Session Leader: Dr. Matthew Sillence
Date: 21-11-2019 | Time: 7:00 pm
Session Leader: Dr. Matthew Sillence
Date: 07-02-2020 | Time: 7:00 pm
Session Leader: Dr. Matthew Sillence
Date: 05-03-2020 | Time: 7:00 pm
Session Leader: Dr. Matthew Sillence

Topic: Research ethics/governance

Credit Value: 0.5
Gained By: Attendance Register


Personal and Professional Development Aims:

Develop an understanding of key ethical questions that can be applied to research; Improve awareness of the University's ethical approval process; Ability to produce a draft of an ethical approval application.

Research Development Framework: B1|B2|C1
Stage of Research: Starting your research

Project management and planning your research in the arts and humanities: a workshop for first year PGRs

HUMPR025

Date: 22-10-2019 | Time: 11:00 am
Session Leader: Dr. Louise Atherton
Date: 06-02-2020 | Time: 11:00 am
Session Leader: Dr. Louise Atherton

Topic: Supporting your PhD

Credit Value: 0.5
Gained By: Attendance register


Personal and Professional Development Aims:

1. Understanding of the elements of good project management and how this can be applied to research and career planning. 2. Awareness of some of the techniques and methodologies of planning. 3. Practical experience in constructing a personal project plan.

Research Development Framework: B1|B2|B3|C2|C3
Stage of Research: Starting your research

Preparing and Conducting Fieldwork

HUMPR054

Date: 22-10-2019 | Time: 7:00 pm
Session Leader: Dr. Matthew Sillence
Date: 05-02-2020 | Time: 7:00 pm
Session Leader: Dr. Matthew Sillence

Topic: Communication skills

Credit Value: 1.5
Gained By: Gained by: Attendance and participation at each day of the event.


Personal and Professional Development Aims:

PPD Aims: An understanding of the ethical obligations of research conducted in the field, institutional and personal responsibilities; Awareness of potential cultural differences when working with individuals, groups and institutions, and the opportunities and challenges this provides for the researcher; An ability to identify appropriate and effective documentation practices and reflect on the value of information for the research project.

Research Development Framework: A1|A2|A3|B1|B2|B3|C1|C2|D1
Stage of Research: Starting your research

Getting started with R

SCI8RB8Y

Date: 23-10-2019 | Time: 9:30 am
Session Leader: Dr. Catriona Morrison
Date: 06-11-2019 | Time: 9:30 am
Session Leader: Dr. Catriona Morrison

Topic: Statistics

Credit Value: 0.5
Gained By: Attendance register


Personal and Professional Development Aims:

1.To demonstrate how to use the software R via Rstudio. 2.To provide an understanding of how to import data into R and data manipulation using basic functions. 3.To introduce visualisation of data using different graphics functions.

Research Development Framework: A1
Stage of Research: (None)