Crafting digital research projects: Data, design and methods
Level 2 of the Digital Studio
West Wing of Arts West
(access via the rear lift)
Are you planning a research project using data or digital tools and methods? This workshop will provide the language, frameworks, and strategies to give your application the best chance of success.
The workshop will introduce principles for digital research project design, with a focus on shaping and articulating the use of data and the digital environment in grant applications. Working from current application examples, we will examine how to frame and translate terminology and provide advice for completing grant templates and budgets to enhance your project proposal and refine its scope. The workshop will conclude with a panel discussion about the role of data and digital methods in the national research landscape, and provide pathways for further support from the Faculty and the wider University.
Spaces are limited, to be considered you must be planning to submit a grant application in 2020 or 2021 and complete an Expression of Interest before Friday 1 November.
Principles of Digital Research Project Design
Learning the Language: How to frame and translate the terminology of a digital research project
Focus Groups: Reboot Your Proposal
5 x 5 minute lightning talks
Project templates and budget
Open Discussion / Panel Q&A