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Refresh your skills around academic research before embarking on a research project.
In this self study pack, real researchers from Man Met will take you through some of the basic ideas you’ll need to be familiar with to take part in or run your own research project. From theoretical background to practical application and communication, we’ll take you through the full research journey. Importantly, we’ll make this a reflective process by using our own research projects as examples, and encourage you to do the same. No two research projects are identical, so we hope to give you some tools that you can apply to your own context.

If you are taking part in a Rise research internship, this self study pack will set you up to succeed before you begin. Or if you’re just interested in research more generally, it will give you a good place to start with your thinking.

Important: To access this course, you’ll need to enrol:[

Key InformationPoints40Effort10 hoursPrerequisitesnoneRelease Date4th May 2021
Author Info

Claudia Ferreira is a current Phd student at Man Met, researching bilingualism in childhood.

Katrina Ingram is a current PhD student at Man Met, researching the perception of veterans in Medieval England.

Steve Pool is a current PhD student at Man Met, researching the connections between art, children and play.

John Lean is the Unit Leader for Rise, and also co-ordinates research-related activities for Rise. His research focuses on student experiences of higher education.