Author Archives: Lydia Richardson

National Research Landscape Survey

In preparation for the post-REF2021 assessment cycle, Research England have commissioned a survey of researchers within Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in England. The survey will help further understand what the research landscape might look like over the next 10 years … Continue reading

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Common Data Mistakes to Avoid

Geckoboard have released a list of statistical fallacies that can crop up while analysing data sets, which could lead to misinterpretation of what the data is actually saying. Make sure you take this into account before interpreting your data. See … Continue reading

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Call for Applications: British Library PhD research placements scheme

The British Library has just announced a new Call for Applications for its PhD research placements scheme. This is open to all current PhD students (as long as they have the support of their PhD supervisor) and offers opportunities to … Continue reading

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How to do a PhD on a budget

Times Higher Education (THE) has published some key tips to consider for individuals looking to continue in higher education while on a budget. You can click here to find out more.

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Analysing Qualitative Data – Advance HE resource

Advance HE have released a brief the benefits of qualitative data and guidance on how to gather and analyse this data type. For more information on this resource please visit the Advance HE website or click here to access the resource.

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