Category research training

STEPS (Skills Training Essentials for PGR Students) Blog Re-launch: Contributors Needed!

The STEPS (Skills Training Essentials for PGR Students) newsletter will be re-launching solely as a blog in September 2014 and we need enthusiastic postgraduate bloggers from all faculties and DTCs to help provide the content. The STEPS Newsletter carried material written by PGRs for PGRs on all aspects of career development and the common challenges […]

FREE 3-day course in quantitative analysis: 27-th – 29th Aug

Wednesday 27th- Friday 29th August , 9:30- 5pm Venue: Basement Cluster, Humanities Bridgeford Street Tutor: Graeme Hutcheson This course provides a general introduction to analysing data using statistical models. Over three days, participants are guided through the process of defining statistical models, inputting these models into a statistical analysis package and then interpreting and presenting […]

Multiple regression seminar 17:30 – 20:00, Thursday 19th June in B3.17 Ellen Wilkinson.

Michael Wigglesworth shall be running a multiple regression seminar 17:30 – 20:00, Thursday 19th June in B3.17 Ellen Wilkinson. This is an optional seminar run for the M.Ed Psychology of Education, but he would like to extend an invitation to others if they would find this useful. The session is primarily aimed at students who currently have […]

Research Matters: Pretty pictures and parameters – understanding statistics using graphics – Wed 11 June

Research Matters: Pretty pictures and parameters – understanding statistics using graphics (Research Counts) Dr. Graeme Hutcheson Wednesday 11th June 2014, 12-1pm Room AG3/4, Ellen Wilkinson Building Using statistics effectively in education involves applying a range of analyses to model many different types of data; linear models for variables measured on a continuous scale (eg. OLS […]

REMINDER – Upcoming PGRSN Sessions: Pre-panel prep – Thursday 5 June

Just to let you know of the upcoming PGRSN session – although these sessions are aimed at pre-panel students everyone is welcome to attend! Thursday 5 June, 1.30-3.30pm, room: C2.17, Ellen Wilkinson Practice panel session for students going to panel in June: This is an opportunity to present your panel presentations to a group of […]

Places available on workshop Impact, research and YOU – making impact personal – Wed 21 May 2014 (University of Manchester)

There are places still available on the workshop Impact, research and YOU – making impact personal, Date Wednesday 21/05/2014 Time 9:30 – 12:30, Venue Uni Place 5.211 Book a place here Overview – Being able to convincingly articulate the impact you want to create, or are already creating, can be more than just a box-filling exercise for Grant applications or […]

Mendeley Training, University of Manchester Library, first session Friday 11th April 2pm

Mendeley Training, University of Manchester Library, first session Friday 11th April 2pm, book now http://tinyurl.com/q74vjen Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network that can help you organise your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research. Information about how Mendeley can help you in your research and guidance on getting started […]

Seminar: Manchester Rasch Research Group seminar series ‘Measurement models in empirical research’

Please, join us for the fourth event of the Manchester Rasch Research Group seminar series ‘Measurement models in empirical research’, funded by the North West Doctoral Training Centre. The seminar will be held on Monday the 7th of April 2014 from 12:00 to 2:00 P. M. in room 1.69-1.70 at the Humanities Bridgeford Street building, […]

Manchester Methods Summer School – Registration Open (The University of Manchester)

Manchester Methods Summer School University of Manchester 7 -11 July, 2014 Join us for the second Manchester methods summer school from 7-11 July 2014 and select one of the following courses: Advanced methods for social network analysis (SNA) Advanced Structural Equation Modelling and Generalized Latent Variable Modelling Creative Approaches to Qualitative Researching Integrated Mixed-Methods Research Including […]

Workshop: Engaging with gender issues: A knowledge exchange with women’s community groups (University of Liverpool)

Engaging with gender issues: A knowledge exchange with women’s community groups. 8th & 9th April 2014 Blackburne House, Blackburne Place, Liverpool, Merseyside L8 7PE This two day workshop has been funded by the AHRC Collaborative Skills Development fund and offers North West Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences postgraduate students and early career researchers (ECRs) with […]