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Cross-disciplinary Postgraduate Modules

We are pleased to be able to offer a number of postgraduate modules to students from across the university for 2016-17, in association with the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (IATL). Students are welcome to audit the modules.

Other IATL modules on offer include:
IL901 - The Medical Mind in Literature and Culture

IL904 Experimental Ecologies in Practice

IL905 Thinking Water


Click on the module titles below for further information, and if you are interested in studying for any of these modules please email Lydia Mizon who will be able to give further details as to place availability.

Please note that this information is PROVISIONAL and subject to final confirmation.

IM902 Approaches to the Digital

Autumn Term

Lecture
Mondays 10:00 - 12:00

Seminars
You will attend one of these seminars - you will be told which session you should attend

Group 1: Mondays 13:00-14:00

Group 2: Mondays 14:00-15:00

Group 3: Mondays 15:00-16:00

Group 4: Mondays 15:00-16:00

Lab Sessions
You will attend one of these sessions - you will be told which session you should attend

Group 1: Tuesdays 10:00-11:00

Group 2: Tuesdays 11:00-12:00

Group 3: Wednesdays 10:00-11:00

Group 4: Wednesdays 11:00-12:00

IM903 Complexity in the Social Sciences

Easter Vacation

Five day intensive course: Monday 16th April 2018-Friday 20th April 2018

09:00-18:00

IM904 Digital Objects, Digital Methods

Spring Term

Lectures 
Mondays 11:00 - 12:00

Seminars
You will attend one of these sessions - you will be told which session you should attend

Group 1: Mondays 13:00-14:00

Group 2: Mondays 14:00-15:00

Group 3: Mondays 15:00-16:00

Group 4: Tuesdays 10:00-11:00

Lab Sessions
You will attend one of these sessions - you will be told which session you should attend

Group 1: Tuesdays 11:00-13:00

Group 2: Tuesdays 13:00-15:00

Group 3: Thursdays 14:00-16:00

Group 4: Fridays 13:00-15:00

IM913 Spatial Methods and Practice in Urban Science

Autumn Term

Lectures and Seminars
Wednesdays 14:00-17:00

IM919 Urban Data - Theory and Methodology

Spring Term

Lectures and Seminars
Wednesdays 14:00 - 17:00

IM920 Digital Sociology

Autumn Term

Lectures and Seminars
Thursdays 10:00-12:00

Lab Sessions
You will attend one of these sessions - you will be told which session you should attend

Group 1: Thursdays 12:00-13:00

Group 2: Thursdays 13:00-14:00

IM921 Visualisation

AutumnTerm

Lectures and Seminars
Tuesdays 14:00 - 17:00

IM922 Playful Media: Ludification in the Digital Age

Easter Vacation

Monday 19 March 2018 - Saturday 24 March 2018

09:00-18:00

IM923 User Interface Cultures: Design, Method and Critique

Autumn Term

Lectures and Seminars- commencing week 2

Fridays 09:00-12:00

IM927 Digital Cities: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Spring Term

Thursdays 16:00-18:00

IM928 Urban Resilience, Disasters and Data

Easter Vacation

Monday 09 April 2018-Friday 13 April 2018

09:00-18:00

QS903 Advanced Quantitative Research

Spring Term

Lecture

Fridays 14:00-15:00

Lab Sessions

Fridays 15:00-17:00

QS905 Fundamentals in Quantitative Research Methods

Autumn Term

Lecture

Wednesdays 10:00-11:00

Lab Sessions

Group 1: Wednesdays 11:00-13:00

Group 2: Thursdays 09:00-11:00

Group 3: Thursdays 11:00-13:00

Group 4: Thursdays 13:00-15:00

QS906 Big Data Research: Hype or Revolution?

Autumn Term

Lecture: Thursdays 14:00-17:00

Important Information:

Please be advised that you may be expected to have access to a laptop for some of these courses due to software requirements; the Centre is unable to provide a laptop for external students.

Gaining the permission of a member of CIM teaching staff to take a module does not guarantee a place on that module. Nor does gaining the permission of a member of staff from your home department or filling in the eVision Module Registration (eMR) system with the desired module. You must contact the Centre Administrator (J.Sharp@warwick.ac.uk) to request a module place.

Please be advised that some modules may have restricted numbers. Places are not allocated on a first-come first-served basis, but instead all external students requesting a CIM module as optional, who submit their request by the relevant deadline are given equal consideration.

We are normally unable to allow students (registered or auditing) to join the module after the third week of it commencing. If you have any queries please contact the Centre Administrator.