A selection of videos from Oxford researchers sharing their fieldwork experiences covering a range of countries
New job or direction in mind? Do you want to brush up on the practicalities of preparing for interviews and presentations?
During this introduction to citation tracking and bibliometrics we will use a range of 'impact factor' tools to find top journals and conferences, count…
This Elsevier-sponsored event combines short plenary talks with three interactive break-out panels on 1) Choosing journals to maximise your
Are you being invited by journal editors to review research manuscripts? Do you find reviewing a time-‐consuming, difficult or stressful activity?
Whether the idea of non-academic impact leaves you depressed, enthused or just plain confused, there’s no way of avoiding it in
This session is about understanding how to write a case for support for a funding application.
Quantitative research has been by far the dominant approach in economics, with qualitative studies few and far between. But this is changing.
Personal Professional Development courses: Springboard & Navigator
It is increasingly recognised that some social sciences research places exceptional emotional demands on the researcher, and that managing these emotional…
Some people experience upper limb problems and backache from overuse or improper use of computers.
A day long workshop on media engagement with two experienced former BBC journalists. Claire Bolderson and Caroline Finnigan.