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Upcoming methods@manchester workshops for Nov/Dec/Jan

You may be interested in some of the free methods@manchester workshops which are being run in the next few months. For more details and to book a place for these events please go to http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/workshops/ Internet ethnographies Tuesday 27 November, 9am – 12.30 Basement Lab, Humanities Bridgeford Street This half day workshop offers an introduction to … Continue reading

Three Day Course: Quantitative methodology and statistical modelling course

Three-day course in quantitative methods and statistical modelling. 28, 29 & 30 January 2013 This courses provides a comprehensive introduction to quantitative methodology and statistical modelling and is open to staff and students across the University. A limited number of places are available.  For further information and booking, see the following link: http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/2013-01-28/

Reminder: methods@manchester “What are Citizens’ Juries?” event 16th Feb

Title:  What are Citizens’ Juries? by Kingsley Purdam of CCSR. All are welcome and no booking is required. 16 February 2012, 1 – 2pm Room 1.69/1.70, 1st Floor, Humanities Bridgeford Street In the UK Citizens’ Juries have involved members of the public, researchers and policy makers coming face to face to deliberate research, policy evidence and … Continue reading

Event: “Researching the City” – Thursday 14 Dec 12:30 – 4:00pm

A reminder about our upcoming ‘Researching the City’, our interdisciplinary methods workshop in collaboration with methods@manchester. This workshop will be held on 14 December 2011, 12.30 – 4:00pm. Places are limited – full details and registration via methods@manchester: http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/2011-12-14/index.shtml

Reminder: Methods Fair is on today!

In collaboration with The University of Lancaster and The University of Liverpool, methods@manchester are organising Methods Fair on5th October 2011. This is open researchers, PhD students and supervisors who are involved in the social sciences. The programme is now available on the web site at http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/2011-10-05/index.shtml.  This is a free event, however participants are encouraged to register as soon … Continue reading

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