Just to let you know that the presentations from the Annual Conference are up on the website now, so those who were unable to attend might find them useful to take notes. http://www.the-sra.org.uk/presentations.htm
The recorded presentations from the 4th ESRC Research Methods Festival (5-8 July 2010, St Catherine’s College Oxford) are now up on the News section of the website along with past copies of our E-Bulletin as well as the most recent. To see all this: http://www.the-sra.org.uk/news.htm
The recordings of the ESRC presentations include:
- Filmed sessions (Prospects for research methods in the coming decade; In conversation with Tom Cook; In conversation with Michael Agar; In conversation with Ann Oakley; Maximising the impact of social science)
- Audio & power point recordings of ‘What is?’ sessions (applied psychometrics; CAQDAS; collaborative research; community studies; discourse analysis; e-lab; e-research; event history analysis; framework; imitation games; meta-analysis; missing data in qualitative research; multilevel modelling; on-line research methods; participatory video; qualitative inquiry; qualitative longitudinal research; sensory ethnography; social network analysis; visual methods; web link mining; webometrics)
The SRA office will be closed from the 22nd Dec 2010 – 4th January 2011, so if you have any queries regarding activities that we are holding it is advised that you contact us before then, otherwise please leave an e-mail and we will get back to you when the office is re-opened on the 4th January.
All the best,