Graduate Research Seminars 2017
Graduate Research Seminars
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The Graduate Research Seminars runs for three hours each week over nine weeks in Semester One only. The first hour will be a lecture. This is followed by a Question and Answer session by several academics on the topic of the lecture. The last hour is set aside for workshopping activities. Prof Michael Keane, from the School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts, is the Graduate Seminar Co-ordinator.
Watch for announcements via your student email, flyers in the Graduate Research Hub and our Facebook page – Humanities Research and Graduate Studies. Seminar times/and or venues may change and details will be sent via email and posted on Facebook.
For enquiries please contact Julie Lunn at email@example.com
|Orientation/Candidacy Workshop||1 March||N/A|
Quality Research Information and Literature Reviews
|Research Data – Planning and Management||29 March||N/A|
|Research Design and Development||5 April||Listen|
|What Makes a Good Research Question||12 April|
Varieties of Methods (i)
|Varieties of Methods (ii)||3 May|
|Research Integrity and Human Research Ethics||10 May|
|Academic Writing||17 May|