Holiday reading… and watching for PGRs!

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If you are looking to develop some research skills during the Easter (or summer!) holidays we have a wide range of courses, slides and other resources on offer online, as well as recordings of Graduate School webinars. Read on to find out where you can access these….

In Gateway, in the Online courses section, you will find a series of research methods courses, and others on research ethics, research integrity and literature review. If the link above doesn’t work for you, you can find these by logging into Gateway and going to Online Courses.

In NILE RES001 (Workshop Materials) you will find Powerpoint slides from workshops and recorded webinars, including Advanced Writing of the Literature Review, The Balanced Researcher from Hugh Kearns, Qualitative Research Methods, Developing an Online Profile as a Researcher, Getting Published, NVivo, Preparing for Transfer, Writing your First Article for Publication, Preparing for the Viva. And much more….

On the Library and Learning Services Web you will find Skills Hub. Here you can learn research methods basics, how to use SPSS and other statistical tools. The University has a subscription to LinkedIn Learning, where you can find courses on lots of different topics, including statistical analysis, SPSS and R. If you have never used Linkedin Learning before here is how you access it.

If you feel your skills are up to scratch why not refresh your memory on the research degree processes and what is required at each stage of your doctorate. You will find that and other useful information, including policies, here in the Research Student Toolkit.

And don’t forget to keep an eye out for news and information from the Graduate School via this Graduate School Blog and our fortnightly newsletter (see below). You can also follow Graduate School Facebook and Twitter. And don’t forget to regularly check your UON email address!

About Simone Apel

Researcher Developer for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

Posted on April 6, 2022, in Graduate School, Research, Support and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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