News from the UK National Centre for Research Methods

Categories: Research

The UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) set up the National Centre for Research Methods (NCRM) “to increase the quality and range of methodological approaches used by UK social scientists through a programme of training and capacity building” as described on their website. Luckily for those of us outside the UK, an extensive collection of resources they’ve created are freely available online. See the recent newsletter and explore the site.

Download the newsletter to read about these topics:

  • Indigenous and non-indigenous research partnerships – resources for transformation
  • Was there a ‘Youthquake’ in the 2017 general election?
  • Seeing the changes that matter: qualitative longitudinal research focused on recovery and adaptation
  • Research challenges for using the UK Web Archive for social science research
  • Want to make surveys more fun? Maybe ditch the radio buttons
  • Learning about culture through physical participation
  • The Collaborative Poetics project: developing methodological resources for collaborative arts-based research
  • NCRM Training and Events 2019

One thought on “News from the UK National Centre for Research Methods

  1. Thanks Janet, an invaluable resource.

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