AHRC UK-Ireland collaboration in the digital humanities – joint networking call

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is pleased to announce a call for Networking Grants as part of its ‘UK-Ireland Collaboration in Digital Humanities’ programme funded through the UKRI Fund for International Collaboration. This collaborative funding programme between the AHRC and the Irish Research Council (IRC) aims to deliver a transformational impact on Digital Humanities research in the UK and Ireland.

https://ahrc.ukri.org/funding/apply-for-funding/current-opportunities/uk-ireland-collaboration-in-the-digital-humanities-networking-call/

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Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Research Governance and Ethical Approval Processes

Research Governance and Ethical Approval Processes

Wednesday 18 December 2019, 09:00-10:20

This is an introduction to the University’s Code of Practice for the Conduct of Research which is where we lay out the expectations of how researchers should engage with the research process. The nature and purpose of ethical approval will be considered so that you appreciate why ethical scrutiny of proposed research is necessary and what those conducting such scrutiny are looking for. In addition, the requirements of the formal processes and procedures in relation to research ethics will be introduced. The session reflects national benchmarks including those of the UK Research Integrity Office, UKRI and the Concordat to Support Research Integrity.

Please visit My View to book a place or contact the Research Office

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Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Research Data Management

Research Data Management

Wednesday 18 December 2019, 12:40-14:00

Starting by answering the questions ‘what is research data?’ and ‘what does research data management look like?’ this session covers various issues, good practice examples and funder requirements in this emerging area before explaining how to write a data management plan.

The session includes class discussion, small group activities and writing a basic data management plan using the DMP Online tool.

Attendees will understand what research data means in their discipline, will have considered key considerations such as data security, and gain practice of writing a basic data management plan.   

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Pure: Student Users – Access Granted

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From 8th January 2020, all students enrolled on an EHU doctoral research degree will have a user account in the University’s research information system, Pure.

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Is my H-index showing correctly in Pure?

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You may notice that the H-index in your Pure profile shows a different number to the one on Google Scholar. Learning Services explain over on their blog just why that is…

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Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Equality and Diversity in Research Design

Equality and Diversity in Research Design

Wednesday 11 December 2019, 10:30-11:50

Attendees will consider how equality and diversity factors apply and impact on research proposals; planning; methodology; data collection analysis and evaluation.

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Researcher Development Programme (RDP): NVIVO follow up session

NVIVO follow up session

Thursday 5 December 2019, 13:00 – 14:30

This is a relaxed hands-on workshop, no didactic teaching will take place, this session is designed to support you individually with working on your own NVIVO project using your own data.

You must have your own data to bring to this workshop with you.

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Research and External Funding workshop: Becoming a Reflexive Researcher

ISR & the Business School present:

Becoming a Reflexive Researcher 

Wednesday 4 December 2019, 13:15-15:15

Delivered by Prof Helen Woodruffe-Burton, Director, EHU Business School

This workshop introduces and develops the concept of reflexivity and what it means to become a reflexive researcher through Personal/Self-Reflexivity, Epistemological/Epistemic reflexivity and Methodological reflexivity. This workshop will enable you to explore the application of reflexivity to your research project through the illustration of reflexivity in practice.

Please visit My View to book a place or contact Danny Harkness

The Institute for Social Responsibility

Edge Hill University’s cross-disciplinary research and knowledge exchange initiative. Established in 2013, as the Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice, the Institute’s remit has grown to critically examine broad conceptualisations of social responsibility across the social sciences, arts and humanities. The Institute is committed to exploring the opportunities for cross sector collaboration and co-operation and to draw on the experience of practitioners as well as academic researchers to inform new ways of working and learning.

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Pure: First Contact

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Some of you may have noticed a change to your public-facing profiles in Pure recently: gone is your visible e-mail address, to be replaced by a new Contact Expert button beneath your photo.

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Researcher Development Programme (RDP): Research Ethics and the Approval Process

Research Ethics and the Approval Process

Tuesday 19 November 2019, 12:00-13:00

The session will begin by attempting to de-mystify research ethics. It is a commonly held misconception that research ethics requires considerable specialist knowledge (for example, of the kind moral philosophers have); this is not the case. As a consequence, the session will focus on practicalities by outlining the structures, policies, procedures, documentation and timescales about which it is important for those seeking ethical approval for their research to be familiar.

Please visit My View to book a place or contact the Research Office

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