Would you like some free training in image-elicitation methods in the social sciences?

OU imageIf you are a research student, early career researcher or just wish to develop your social science methodological expertise you might be interested to know that The Open University is offering free, ESRC-funded, on-line advanced training on image-elicitation methods.

Professor Helen Lomax, from UN, is working with colleagues at the OU to deliver the training. The three short modules will provide opportunities for participants to share their research and explore case studies from contemporary social science research in small groups, facilitated by experienced visual researchers.

This on-line training offers a flexible way to enhance understanding of these important social science methods. The three modules will run for two week periods in February, April and June 2015 respectively and each module will require roughly 10 hours of study.

For more information please see the Open University Image Elicitation course page. To express your interest email SocSci-AIEM@open.ac.uk

 

About Simone Apel

Researcher Developer for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

Posted on November 17, 2014, in Events, Workshops & Training and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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