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Advanced training 2015-16

 

Title of event

Date and time

Location

Organiser

Webpage

(for programme, pre-reading requirements etc)

Booking form

1 Quantifying methods for discourse studies in the Social Sciences and Humanities

Wed 4th May

10am-4pm

A1.11 Social Sciences Dr Ronny Scholz Quantifying Methods for Discourse Studies webpage Booking form - CLOSED 
2 'A good thesis but under-theorised': Where, When and How Does Theory Come Into Doctoral Research Wed 15th June

10am-3pm - TBC

Wolfson Research Exchange Dr. Michael Hammond 'A good thesis but under-theorised' webpage Booking form - CLOSED - Workshop Full
3 Mixing it up: an advanced level introduction to Mixed Methods Research in the Health and Social Sciences. Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st June

9:30am-4:30pm

R1.13 Dr Felicitiy Boardman and Prof Frances Griffiths Mixing it up: an advanced level introduction to Mixed Methods Research webpage Booking form - CLOSED - Workshop Full
4 How to Map Issues: Mixed Methods for Tracing Topical Affairs Across Settings Wed 14th and Thurs 15th September MS.05 Zeeman Building Dr Noortje Marres How to Map issues: Mixed Methods for Tracing Topical Affairs Across Settings webpage Booking form - CLOSED - Workshop Full
5 Python/PsychoPy programming for behavioural science studies Wednesday 8th - Friday 10th June R0.39 (library) Dr Jon Peirce - University of Nottingham Python/PsychoPy webpage Booking form - CLOSED - Workshop Full

 

For more informaton about each Advanced Training event please click on the 'webpage' link in the above table.

To make a booking, please use the 'booking form' link for the event you are interested in. Please note that each event will have its own separate booking form.