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Programme: Atlas 2018-19
Course: Teaching Cafe: Teaching research methods and open educational resources

The students’ research diary for Research Methods for Social Policy (SA201) is designed to  promote reflexivity both about the research process itself, the students’ role in shaping it, as well as their feelings and thoughts about it. The structure of the diary also helps students with their time-keeping, recording their decisions and keeping track of their progress. The diary was compiled by Amanda Sheely and Marco Palillo, with support from the Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC). Subsequently the TLC has produced an open educational resource (OER) version of the research diary which can be re-versioned by colleagues to suit a range of teaching contexts.

At this Teaching Café Amanda and Marco will outline how they went about creating the research diary, and will answer any questions you may have about this process. The OER version will also be available for you to look at, and Jenni Carr (Academic Adviser, TLC) will discuss how you might adapt this resource to your teaching context. Details of possible funding to help support this development will be available.

There will also be an opportunity to discuss any other OERs that might be developed to support teaching research methods across the School.


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