Tag: Researcher development framework

Project Management in a Nutshell

PM in a nutshell Recently we ran our regular half-day workshop for researchers on “Project Management in a Nutshell”. The purpose of this workshop is to de-mystify some of the jargon which surrounds project management, and to consider some practical ideas for managing your project, be it a PhD or other research project. The discussion…

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Research in Contemporary Context #vitae13

Using ‘Research-Based Learning’ to Enhance Doctoral Skills Development At the recent Vitae Researcher Development International Conference myself and Neil Willey presented a workshop outlining our approach to a new module aimed at doctoral students. The Prezi we used can be found here: Research in Contemporary Context module prezi. In October 2012 in the Graduate School at UWE…

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What makes a good researcher?

One of the things that is central to the world of researcher development is the question of “what makes a good researcher?” In other words, what are the skills and/or competences that researchers should aspire to or seek to acquire to become good at what they do? Around 10 years ago a bunch of folks…

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