Research Skills Webinar Series 2022

Dr Jonathan Drane provides research skills training to  Honours, Masters and Doctoral students with an emphasis on social research methods.

This can be applied to:

thesis, article, paper and book publishing.

This includes:

  • Social Research Methods
  • Literature Review and Mapping
  • Case Study Methods
  • Interview Methods
  • Content Analysis
  • Research Tools- e.g. NVivo, Scrivener, Endnote.
  • Academic Writing
  • Research Planning and Proposals
  • Topic definition
  • Time management
  • Programming
  • Work Shopping with other students

Which skills area are you interested in?

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    Upcoming Webinar

    PhD Autumn Bootcamp 2022: Book now for one of our Free Information Sessions

    You will need to get prepared and talk to your supervisor or research lead to get a place at the bootcamp.

    It runs from March to June and includes a face 2 face one day workshop , monthly webinar workshops and a final presentation day in June.

    Lets get this going! Book now on Eventbrite. There are four free sessions to choose from.

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    PhD Summer Bootcamp: Starter Session

    Wednesday 17th January 2021, 7pm to 9pm

    PhD students are likened to the marathon runners of the academic world. However not all students know how to train for this experience.

    We all know that long distance athletes attend bootcamps for fitness, agility and endurance.

    Our Summer bootcamp for PhD students is just like that. Here are the key activities:

    Get Started and Register Here

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    Webinar Programme To Date

    How to Project Manage Your PhD

    Wednesday 24 November 2021, 7pm to 8.30pm AEDT

    Learn more on our Youtube Series


    How to Create a Literature Map 

    Wednesday 22 September 2021, 7pm AEST, and run for 1.5 hours.

    Literature Map
    Literature Map Basic Principles

    Learn More on our Youtube Video Series


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