RESEARCHER DEVELOPMENT: Upcoming in January

Research Funding from the NIHR

This session will provide an overview of NIHR funding streams and how to make an application. It will also explain how to seek support from the Research Design Service.

Date: 5th January 2017

Time: 12:15-1:15

Location: JL G014

 

CVs for Researchers

This practical workshop session will start by looking at the ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ of CV writing before looking at the particular requirements for non-academic (reverse chronological) CVs and academic CVs. Bring your CV along.

Date: 10th January 2017

Time: 12:15-1:45

Location: EE 1102

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Research Ethics (Half-Day)

This workshop explores core ethical issues and how researchers can address theses issues with a primary focus on case-studies.

Date: 17th January 2017

Time: 1:15-4:15

Location: EE 1102

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Research Funding from the British Academy

This session will outline the funding opportunities available from the British Academy and how to make an application for funding.

Date: 19th January 2017

Time: 1:15-4:15

Location: EE G169

Writing for Journals

Writing for academic audiences is very different to writing for non-academic audiences, but there are additional differences within academic writing itself. There are very specific requirements to writing for academic journals and this session will focus on the specific skills you will need to develop to write for such journals. Discipline variations will be emphasised.

Date: 24th January 2017

Time: 12:15-1:45

Location: EE 1102

 

Work-based Research

This session will cover key issues to be considered when planning and carrying out work based research (WBR). The main focus will be on WBR in the researcher’s own organisation. Questions covered will include:

  • Does WBR challenge traditional higher education?
  • Is it helpful to conceptualise WBR as reflective practice?
  • WBR – doing to or doing with?
  • Who needs to negotiate the WBR contract?
  • What are the ethics of care in participant observation and WBR?
  • How do I develop a WBR proposal and thesis?

The session will draw upon material from the first UK textbook on work based research jointly authored by the tutor:

Costley, C, Elliott, G and Gibbs, P (2010) Doing Work Based Research: approaches to enquiry for insider researchers, London: Sage.

Date: 31st January 2017

Time: 1:00-2:30

Location: EE 2019

All information correct at time of posting. For the most up to date information and to book your place, please visit the student portal: http://www.worcester.ac.uk/workshops or the staff development workshop booking portal, located under ‘Your Online Services’.

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