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Methods News covers methodological developments in the social sciences and beyond, across all disciplines and sectors. We publish NCRM-related stories as well as updates from external organisations and individuals working with or researching quantitative, qualitative, digital, creative, visual, mixed and multimodal methods.

Panel discussion to explore research transparency, reproducibility and impact

A panel of experts will explore the topic of research transparency, reproducibility and impact at an NCRM roundtable. The free event, which is open to anyone …

MethodsCon - SAVE THE DATE

A new event hosted by NCRM will provide an opportunity for researchers to collaborate across sectors and disciplinary boundaries. MethodsCon will take place in Manchester between 12 …

NCRM/Exeter Computational Communication Methods Spring School - SAVE THE DATE

Researchers interested in computational social science will be given the chance to learn new skills at a spring school in April 2022. The NCRM/Exeter Computational Communication Methods …

Tell us what you think about the NCRM website

NCRM is inviting users of its website to complete a short, anonymous feedback form. This feedback will help us to improve the site and make it …

PhD researchers discuss COVID-19 challenges in blog series

PhD researchers in Wales are publishing a series of blog posts about how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the methodology of their research projects. The researchers, who …

Watch Professor Vineeta Sinha’s talk on decolonial research methods

A video of the first event in NCRM’s webinar series on decolonial research methods is now available on our website. Professor Vineeta Sinha from the National University …

New book explores research in times of crisis

One of NCRM’s regular trainers, Dr Helen Kara, has co-edited a new book that explores the creative ways in which researchers have adapted methods in response …

Guide published on in-situ methodologies during COVID-19 pandemic

NCRM has published a new guide on in-situ methodologies and how they can be adapted for research conducted during the COVID-19 pandemic. The publication, titled The NCRM …