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January, 2018
24 Wed 2pm - 4pm Managing Risk in Research Design
25 Thu 11:30am - 12:30pm Methodologies for making lasting impact from your research
February
6 Tue 2pm - 5pm Conducting Interviews for Research
13 Tue 10am - 12pm Organising Conferences: the A to Z
14 Wed 10am - 12pm Preparing for the DPhil Viva workshop
26 Mon 10am - 1pm What I wish someone had told me when I started: Reading for a DPhil in the Humanities
27 Tue 2pm - 3pm Palgrave publisher matchmaking
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Managing Risk in Research Design

Wednesday, 24 January, 2018   2pm - 4pm
Colin Matthew Room (ground floor), Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road, OX2 6GG
28 spaces available

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Many researchers in Humanities and Social Sciences will undertake some form of fieldwork during the course of their research. Whether you are going to a local archive or the remote reaches of the Himalayas, fieldwork involves risks – to yourself, to other people, and to your work. This workshop considers how you can incorporate risk management into your research design even from the early stages of planning, and aims to cover:

• Risks to your data (access to resources, data storage, open... [Read more]

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