Search Results for Category: Presenting

MethodSpace: Space to Pursue a Passion for Inquiry

Are you new to SAGE MethodSpace? Wondering what we are trying to accomplish? This site is home to three areas: the main MethodSpace blog (with its interest groups, resources links and events calendar) , MentorSpace, and the Big Data Hub. Visitors can learn about emerging and well-tested methods and approaches on MethodSpace, gain practical how-to […]

Categories: Editorial, MentorSpace, Presenting, Research, SAGE Posts, Teaching

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Online Collaboration & Learning: Highlights from e/merge Africa Festival

In this series of posts we shared resources and ideas presented at summer festivals. Can’t fly around the world to attend? No worries–  MethodSpace readers can learn from the presentations and related resources made available online. The first, the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Research Methods Festival occurred July 3-5. Researchers gathered for a face-to-face conference at […]

Categories: Careers, Presenting, Social Issues, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources

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RMF Highlight: Fuzzy Cognitive Systems Mapping and Evaluation

The Economic and Social Research Center is hosting the biennial Research Methods Festival at the University of Bath this week. If you aren’t able to attend in person, enjoy this series of posts. I had the very good fortune to study with Joseph Novak many years ago at Cornell University. He came up with a concept […]

Categories: Participatory Methods, Presenting, Research Skills, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Visual Maps

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4 Steps to Designing an Award-Winning Poster

A good academic conference poster serves a dual purpose: it is both an effective networking tool and a means by which to articulately communicate your research. But many academics fail to produce a truly visually arresting conference poster and so opportunities to garner interest and make connections are lost. Tullio Rossi offers guidance on how to produce an outstanding conference poster, considering the scripting, concept, design, and logistics.

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Benefits of Transdisciplinary PhD Programs

Anna-Sigrid Keck and colleagues designed a structured doctoral program focused on transdisciplinary research and compared students’ publication patterns to students in traditional programmes. While rates of productivity were broadly similar, citation rates were found to be higher for transdisciplinary students, as were indicators of collaboration such as co-authorship.

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More than a Month: Black History

This series of posts corresponds to the 2018 SAGE Research Methods Open House. If you would like to access the SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets mentioned in these posts, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial. The courage of those who fought against slavery and for civil rights In the United […]

Categories: MentorSpace, Presenting, Research, Social Issues, Students, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised

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Data Visualization & Presentation With Microsoft Office: Read on SRM

This series of posts corresponds to the 2018 SAGE Research Methods Open House. If you would like to access the SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets mentioned in these posts, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial. Visual communications are more important than ever. We need to draw readers into our articles, […]

Categories: Big Data, Creative Methods, MentorSpace, Mixed, Presenting, Qualitative, Quantitative, Research, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, Visuals

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Visual Methods Resources on SRM

This series of posts corresponds to the 2018 SAGE Research Methods Open House. If you would like to access the SAGE e-books, articles, case studies, videos, and datasets mentioned in these posts, explore SAGE Research Methods with a free trial. We increasingly share our thoughts visually, given that phones and devices now make it easy […]

Categories: Creativity, MentorSpace, Presenting, Research, Teaching, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, Visuals

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What Does Research Impact Actually Do?

Kristel Alla, Wayne Hall, Harvey Whiteford, Brian Head and Carla Meurk find that academic literature discusses research impact but often without properly defining it. The authors highlight four core elements that comprise most research impact definitions and propose a new conceptualization of research impact relevant to health policy.

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Academic ≠ Boring: Presenting Your Research

November is Academic Writing Month #AcWriMo at Methodspace! This post was part of the 2017 #AcWriMo series. The theme of week five was: Publishing and Presenting. You write about your ideas, research, and findings. But sometimes you also need to present your research. Presentations might include conferences or meetings of professional societies, in face-to-face or online […]

Categories: ACWRIMO, Creativity, Presenting, Tools and Resources, Visual Maps, Visuals, Writing

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