24th Annual Research Methodology Workshop
PhD candidates and early-stage researchers are often challenged with deciding on which methodology to apply in a given research project. And even after determining the methodology, then comes the issue with how to apply it. Advanced researchers on their part are constantly in need of a refresher or further insights on the use of methodology. In all, having a firm grasp of research methodology remains crucial for both beginner and advanced researchers.
In order to …
provide hands-on exposure to research design alongside the various methodologies used in technology-management-policy research projects;
where sessions are handled by accomplished experts;
with all sessions aggregated into an intensive and enjoyable two-day exercise;
and with abundant opportunity for networking and idea exchange;
in the historic community of the University of Cambridge;
… this year’s Research Methodology Workshop has been arranged.
It is ideal for:
First-year PhD students involved with technology/policy/management-related research, and
Senior Level PhD students or other researchers in similar areas.
• Research Design Foundations
• The Case Study Method
• Action Research
• Qualitative Data Handling
• Quantitative Data Handling
• Interdisciplinary Research
• Working with Industry
• Developing Tools
• Journal Publications
• Research Ethics
• The Doctoral Journey and
• Interactive Sessions
Dates: Thursday, 8 - Friday, 9 June 2017
Last date for application is Thursday 18 May, 2017.
For further information please contact:
T: +44 (0)1223 748267
Location and Enquiries
If you are interested in attending, please complete the web application form by Thursday 23 March.
If your application was successful, please book online here
£135.00 - Price includes snack breakfast, lunch and the workshop dinner.
See here for accommodation information
Substitutions may be made at any time. Bookings cancelled less than two weeks before the event will be charged in full.
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Lucia Corsini: firstname.lastname@example.org
T: +44 (0)1223 766141