Want to build your professional and research skills? See how others tackle a topic you are teaching online?
The 6th annual Laurier Summer Institute of Research Methods (http://lsirm.ca/) offers a series of half to two-day workshops between July 13 – 24, 2020 – all online. Get training, receive a certificate and add professional development to your resume.
- Save 15% when you register for 3 or more workshops
- Students from any institution with a valid student ID get 20% off for 3+ workshops
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LSIRM workshops include the following, some of which address equity and ethical issues and incorporate current COVID-19 research:
- Develop your intercultural skills – especially relevant for these times and even if you have experience working with people from different backgrounds – in Working Across Difference: An Introduction to Intercultural Learning
- Work with real world examples including the current COVID-19 crisis, the integration of Syrian refugees into Canada, and social impact projects around the globe in We All Count: Quantitative Data Equity & Ethical Issues
- Develop surveys that are both valid (truly answer your research questions) and reliable (respondents understand what you are asking) from the Vice President of Ipsos Public Affairs in Canada in Questionnaire Design, Sampling and Recruitment
- Explore how Indigenous thought and philosophy inform methods, theories and protocols in Indigenous Methodologies
- Hear about the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the mental health of Canadian workers while learning Structural Equation Modeling
- Learn from a comparison of the 1980s AIDS crisis and COVID-19 pandemic about how to mobilize and meaningfully engage communities in Patient-Oriented Community-Based Research
- Learn to making connections between your research or expertise and policy and practice so that your work can have an impact on the audience(s) you want to target in Bridging the Gap: Mobilizing Knowledge
- Think through ethical processes when planning your video to tell a story about the current crises and potential responses, or your community-based work, in Story Creation Through Film in a Time of Crisis
- Creatively share results to participants, industry, research partners, and the general public by Creating Clear Infographics
- What do people wish they had known as a grad student? Find out in Make the Most of Your Graduate Studies: The Professional Approach
- What practical tools and process will help you manage research projects with multiple people, components and goals? Sign up for Project Management 101
- The idealism of AI as benign or objective has led to misuses and abuses of data; learn about what is behind the hype and marketing fiction in Artificial Intelligence/AI, Data and Ethics: An Introduction to Critical Considerations for Real World Settings