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  • NVivo: Software for Qualitative Data Analysis

    Date: 17 May - 18 May 2018
    Venue: Room 3S703, Level 3, S Block, Frenchay Campus

    NVivo is designed to facilitate the management of qualitative research and analysis. This two day workshop will introduce you to the principles, functionality, and application of NVivo in the context of real research projects.

  • The people's music: from street ballads to music hall in nineteenth century Bristol

    Date: 17 May 2018
    Venue: M Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol BS1 4RN

    In partnership with M Shed, the Regional History Centre, runs a monthly evening research seminar. Free to attend.

  • Introduction to Doctoral Supervision: Pedagogy and Practice

    Date: 23 May 2018
    Venue: UWE Bristol, Frenchay Campus, Bristol Business School (X Block), Level 6, Room 6X270

    This one day course is designed for new doctoral supervisors. The course covers the key aspects of the doctoral journey from admission to completion. It provides participants with an opportunity to discuss the practice of supervision with a range of other academics. Those who have not yet supervised a PGR through to completion in the UK must complete this course before PGRs they will be supervising submit their RD1 forms.

  • Housekeeping for your data

    Date: 24 May 2018
    Venue: UWE Bristol, Frenchay Campus, Bristol Business School, Level 6, Room 6X107

    Based on guidance from the Digital Curation Centre, this introductory session will look at some of the practical activities that relate to data management, preservation, and potential sharing and re-use.

    This event is aimed at postgraduate researchers and early career researchers, and useful basic background knowledge for any researcher.

  • Therapeutic landscapes: the design and use of Bristol's hospital gardens since 1800

    Date: 21 June 2018
    Venue: M Shed, Princes Wharf, Wapping Rd, Bristol BS1 4RN

    In partnership with M Shed, the Regional History Centre, runs a monthly evening research seminar. Free to attend.

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