Work with NCRM to bring your methods to a wider audience

NCRM news
Ed Grover

Researchers who are interested in introducing their methods to wider audiences are being given the chance to work with NCRM on developing courses and resources.

A new collaborative initiative will match researchers with members of the NCRM Pedagogy Network to create robust new training opportunities.

The scheme is the latest NCRM project aimed at supporting the pedagogic development of trainers in research methods.

Previous initiatives have included Train the Trainer sessions, accessible resources such as bitesize lessons and case studies, and in-depth resources such as the Handbook of Teaching and Learning Social Research Methods.

NCRM education specialists have also worked in collaboration with the research team that developed the big qual breadth-and-depth method on how best to train others in the method. The centre now wants to develop this collaborative model further.

To find out more, contact NCRM’s pedagogy lead, Professor Melanie Nind:

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